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The traditional streets of Piale Pasha area in Larnaca have seen their local character given a new makeover via a slew of projects in recent years that have respectfully upgraded the area in-line with its traditional character, including two projects completed at the start of this year. 

Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) held its annual trade tour for employees in the tourism and hotel industry today with the aim of familiarising them with new or lesser-known places of interest and tourist activities within Larnaca region.

For the fifth consecutive year, the Bee Villages of Mountainous Larnaca, are inviting people to the area, as they are preparing to honour this treasure of nature with the Honey and Beekeeping Festival, which is hosted at the most mountainous village of the bee villages in the region, in picturesque Odou.

Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) scooped its fourth consecutive win at the recently held Cyprus Tourism Awards with a Gold award for its ‘Larnaka Sensory Tour for the Blind’.

Yiannades (Goldfish) Beach has officially become Larnaca’s first ‘plastic free beach’ encouraging an ethos of 'refuse, reduce, reuse and recycle' as part of Larnaca Tourism Board’s (LTB) ongoing sustainability and coastal protection plans. 

Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) organised its annual familiarisation trip on March 15 for personnel of Larnaca hotels, local travel agencies, tour guides and other employees within the tourism industry. The annual trip aims to acquaint participants with new points of interest added to the Larnaca region tourism product each year. 

The upgrades and improvement made to the existing beach volley and beach tennis courts at Foinikoudes (Palm Tree) Beach have been completed.

Significant conclusions and data regarding tourism in a digital era emerged from the presentations recently given at an informative event held by Larnaka Tourism Board (LTB) and MMC (Mediterranean Management Centre) in cooperation with the university UCLan Cyprus.

A sustainable action aimed at increasing both marine life and interest in diving in Larnaca region was implemented today by Larnaka Tourism Board through the submerging of amphorae at the natural reef located by the LEF1 wreck within the Larnaca Marine Protected Area (MPA) that was established by the Department of Fisheries and Marine Research in 2020.

The online competition of Larnaka Tourism Board and Cyprus Airways for a prize draw of five airline tickets was successfully completed, marking the airline’s five successful years of operation at Larnaka International Airport, and also providing the tourism board with the opportunity to highlight its advantageous characteristic of combining traditional and authentic areas and attractions with the modern, vibrant face of the city.