Within easy walking distance as a small number of eateries
again The Sussex Pub offering English Cooking gives you an idea of the typical clientele. Walk further towards Larnaca and you come across a couple of reasonable Tavernas, and when you get to the 3 big Hotels Lordos, Sandy Beach etc., opposite is a good Italian Style restaurant (Dianas sp?)
food was really good, but service was terrible, 20 mins to get then to take drink order
The place was very much aimed at the German tourist with menus in German, so perhaps atrocious German waiter service is to be expected
but food was good.
Many of bars & restaurants in this ...
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There is a bus service into Larnaca from outside the Hotel (No.18)
but it is not very frequent after 6pm .. every 2 Hrs or so, but it does get you to the Promenade easy enough
and at fixed price of £0.70 its good value.
Plenty of eateries & drinking places on the promenade, but it is also popular with Greek guys driving cars with as much noise as possible .. either from huge customised engines, or from full volume sound systems
1970s style car cruising is alive and well in Larnaca.
There are only really 2 streets with shops in, roughly parallel to sea front
most shut around 7.30
If you do miss the bus
a taxi is not that expensive, around £6 (BTW all prices are in Cypriot pounds
equal to about £1.20 gbp when we were there)
As mentioned my reason for being there was to dive
and I dived with a set up in Larnaca called Dive In
if you have any questions about the diving feel free to drop me a mail.
There appears to be plenty of beaches
either shingle or coarse sand near the hotel
or better quality down near promenade, no shortages of sunbeds for hire
or so it seemed
we did not use the beach.