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Larnaca District is one of the six districts of Cyprus. Its capital is Larnaca. A small part of the district was occupied by the Turkish army in 1974, and is now de facto administered as part of Northern Cyprus' Lefkoşa District. Located in the district are Larnaca International Airport, the island's primary airport, and the Hala Sultan Tekke. In 2011, Larnaca District had a population of 143,192, of which 59% was urban.
Cities, towns & villages in Larnaka
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XylotymbouXylotymbou (Greek: [locally [ksiloˈtimbu]] or is a small town in Larnaca District in south-eastern Cyprus. It is one of the three enclaves surrounded by the Eastern Sovereign Base Area of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, a British Overseas Territory, administered as a Sovereign Base Area. The others are the village of Ormidhia and Dhekelia Power Station. It is administered by the internationally recognized government of Cyprus, the Republic of Cyprus. Show Xylotymbouon the map
MosfilotíMosfiloti (Greek: Μοσφιλωτή, Turkish: Mosfiloti) is village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus. The village is named after the Mosfilo, a variety of White Hawthorn making a delicious jelly, which grows abundantly in the region. For a village of its size, it is richly doted with a wide variety of retail commerces, public establishments and a restaurant noted for traditional food at reasonable prices. Show Mosfilotíon the map
TochniTochni (Greek: Τόχνη; Turkish: Dohni or Taşkent) is a village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, about halfway between the cities of Larnaca and Limassol. Prior to 1974, Tochni had a mixed Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot population. In August 1974, 85 Turkish Cypriot inhabitants of this village and of neighboring villages were massacred by Greek Cypriot militias. There is also a mosque, madrasah and Muslim burial ground in the eastern part of the village, though these are in varying degrees of disrepair. Show Tochnion the map
AnafotídaAnafotia (Greek: Aναφωτιά or Αναφωτία; Turkish: Akkor) is a village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, west of Larnaca. In 1994, the official name of the village became Anafotida following a decision by the then-government of Cyprus to make the names of villages on the island more Greek. However, locally the village is still referred to as Anafotia. In the 2008 presidential election the village voted overwhelmingly for the right-wing DISY candidate Ioannis Kasoulidis (68 percent), against the Communist Party AKEL candidate Dimitris Christofias (32 percent). Show Anafotídaon the map
PýlaPyla (Greek: Πύλα; Turkish: Pile) is a village in Larnaca District, Cyprus. It is one of only four villages located within the United Nations Buffer Zone, the other three being Athienou, Troulloi and Deneia. Pyla is located in the eastern part of the island, adjacent to the British Sovereign Base Area of Dhekelia. From a legal point of view, it is administered as all other areas controlled by the government of the Republic of Cyprus. Pyla-Kokkinokremos is an archaeological site dating to the Late Bronze Age. Show Pýlaon the map
Kato DrysKato Drys (Greek: Kάτω Δρυς) is a small village in Cyprus, southwest of Larnaca. It is near the villages of Pano Lefkara (4 km), Kato Lefkara (4 km), and Vavla (6 km). Its average altitude is 520 meters above sea level. The village is set in hilly terrain with narrow, deep valleys, through which flows the Agios Minas river. Kato Drys is pictured on the Cyprus one pound note. A significant figure from the village is Saint Neophytos, born in Kato Drys in 1134. The house in which he was born still stands today. Sir Reo Stakis (1913–2001) was also born in the village. Show Kato Dryson the map
OrmidhiaOrmideia (Greek: Ορμήδεια [locally [oˈrmiθca]]), sometimes also spelled Ormidhia, is a village in Larnaca District in south-eastern Cyprus. It is one of the three exclaves surrounded by the Eastern Sovereign Base Area of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, a British Overseas Territory administered as a Sovereign Base Area. The others are the village of Xylotymvou and Dhekelia Power Station. It is administered by the Republic of Cyprus. Its population in 2011 was 4,189. Show Ormidhiaon the map
LarnacaLarnaca (Greek: Λάρνακα [ˈlarnaka]; Turkish: Larnaka or İskele) is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus and the capital of the eponymous district. It is the third-largest city in the country, after Nicosia and Limassol, with an urban population of 84,591 (2011). Larnaca is known for its palm-tree seafront, the Church of Saint Lazarus, the Hala Sultan Tekke, the Kamares Aqueduct and its medieval fort. It is built on the ruins of ancient Citium, which was the birthplace of Stoic philosopher Zeno. Show Larnacaon the map
TremetousiáTremetousia (Greek: [locally [tremetuˈʃa]]; Turkish: Tremeşe or Erdemli) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 7 km east of Athienou. It is one of only four villages in the district under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus, the other three being Arsos, Melouseia and Pergamos. Show Tremetousiáon the map
OdoúOdou (Greek: Οδού) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 8 km northwest of Ora. Its population in 2011 was 213. Odou takes its name from the ancient road running from Amathous (Agios Tykhonas) on the south coast to Tamassos (Politiko), which passes through the village. Odou is a traditional Cypriot village. Οδού πήρε το όνομά του από τον αρχαίο δρόμο που από την Αμαθούντα (Άγιος Tykhonas) στη νότια ακτή για να Ταμασσού (Πολιτικό), το οποίο περνά μέσα από το χωριό. Οδού είναι ένα χωριό της Κύπρου. Show Odoúon the map
AthíenouAthienou (Greek: Αθηένου or Αθηαίνου [locally [aθiˈenu]]; Turkish: Kiracıköy) is a village in Larnaca District, Cyprus. It is one of only four villages located within the United Nations Buffer Zone, the other three being Pyla, Troulloi and Deneia. Today, Athienou has a population of around 5,000 people and since 1990 has been home to Davidson College's Athienou Archaeological Project. The town's city hall includes a museum of local history and culture that was established in 2008. Show Athíenouon the map
TroúlloiTroulloi (Greek: Τρούλλοι [locally [ˈtrulːi]]; alternate Latinized spelling Trulli, meaning Domes) is a village in Larnaca District, Cyprus. It is one of only four villages located within the United Nations Buffer Zone, the other three being Pyla, Athienou and Deneia. In 2011 Troulloi had a population of 1,175 people according to the Statistical Service of the Republic of Cyprus, 2014-04-17 . The village's patron saint is Saint Mamas, celebrated on 2 September each year. Show Troúlloion the map
Páno LéfkaraLefkara (Greek: Λεύκαρα) is a village on the island of Cyprus famous for its lace, known as lefkaritika in (Greek: and silver handicrafts. The village takes its name from the white of its silica and limestone: Lefkara is derived from a combination of the Greek words \"lefka\" (Greek: λευκά, Translation: white) and \"ori\" (Greek: όρη, Translation: mountains, hills). It has been listed among \"The 30 most beautiful towns in Europe\" by the Japanese Association of Travel Agents. Show Páno Léfkaraon the map
KóchiGoşşi or Goshi (Greek: (η) Κόση [locally [ˈkʰoʃːi]]; Turkish: Goşşi or Üçşehitler) is an abandoned village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, about 15 km north-west of Larnaca. It was originally inhabited exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. Nearly all of them were displaced during the 1974 Turkish invasion; most resettled in Exometochi. In 1973, Goşşi had an estimated population of 244. It is now the location of a Greek-Cypriot army camp. Show Kóchion the map
MenógeiaMenogeia (Greek: Μενόγεια; Turkish: Ötüken or Mennoya) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 2 km west of Anglisides. In 2011, it had a population of 50. Menogeia was a mixed Greek- and Turkish-Cypriot village until 1946. Between 1960 and 1974, it was inhabited exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. Following the Turkish invasion in 1974, they were all displaced; most settled in Spathariko in the north. Show Menógeiaon the map
KelliáKellia (Greek: Κελλιά [locally [t͡ʃeˈʎa]]; Turkish: Yıldırım) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located north of Larnaca. Prior to 1974, the village was inhabited mostly by Turkish Cypriots. In 2011, its population was 387. St Antonios is the church name of the village and was built at around the 19th century. Kellia is thought to come from 'cells', a reference to the monastic cells found at the church. Show Kelliáon the map
AplántaAplanta (Greek: Απλάντα; Turkish: Aplanda) is an abandoned village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 4 km south of Anglisides. Aplanta was inhabited exclusively by Turkish Cypriots; in 1960, they numbered 55. They fled to Kivisili in December 1963 (cf. Cypriot intercommunal violence). After the 1974 Turkish invasion and subsequent partition of the island, most moved to Limnia. Show Aplántaon the map
AlethrikóAlethriko (Greek: Αλεθρικό; Turkish: Aletriko) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, west of Larnaca. The first known census was carried out under Ottoman Rule in 1831; it listed only males: there were 46 Greeks and 18 Turks. In the census of 1891 the population of Alethriko was recorded as 37 Turks and 233 Greeks of both sexes. In 2011 its population was 1,101. Show Alethrikóon the map
ÁrsosArsos (Greek: Άρσος; Turkish: Yiğitler) is a village in Cyprus, about 32 km (20 mi) east of Nicosia. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. The construction of a road from Arsos to Pyla is one of the conditions that Northern Cyprus requested of Cyprus in return for the opening of the Limnitis crossing. A golden necklace was found in the village. Show Ársoson the map
MazotósMazotos (Greek: Μαζωτός, Italian: Mazotto) is a village 22 km away from Larnaca in Cyprus, close to the sea. The community today numbers about 1,200 predominantly Greek speaking Cypriots but with about 350 expatriates who are here on a permanent basis as retirees. In addition the village can accommodate a further 2,500 in 'holiday homes'. Show Mazotóson the map
PetrofániPetrofani (Greek: Πετροφάνι; Turkish: Esendağ) is an abandoned village in central Cyprus. It is located in the Larnaca District and is about 2.5 kilometers southwest of Athienou. Petrofani is close to the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus. Prior to 1974, the village was inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. Show Petrofánion the map
Ágioi VavatsiniásAgioi Vavatsinias (Greek: Αγίοι is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 3 km north of Ora. Its population in 2011 was 131. Agioi Vavatsinias is the ancestral village of Manos Loïzos, who is considered to be one of the most important Greek composers of the 20th century. Show Ágioi Vavatsiniáson the map
MeloúseiaMelouseia (Greek: Μελούσεια; Turkish: Kırıkkale) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) east of Athienou. It is one of four villages in the district under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus, the other three being Arsos, Pergamos and Tremetousia. Show Meloúseiaon the map
ZýgiZygi (Greek: Ζύγι; Turkish: Terazi) is a small village on the south coast of Cyprus, between Limassol and Larnaca. Before 1974, Zygi had a mixed Greek- and Turkish-Cypriot population. The Evangelos Florakis Navy Base explosion of 11 July 2011 damaged every house in the village. Show Zýgion the map
AlaminósAlaminos (Greek: Αλαμινός; Turkish: Aleminyo) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, east of Larnaca. In 1960, prior to the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, it had 564 inhabitants, with a roughly equal number of Greek and Turkish Cypriots. In 2011, its population was 345. Show Alaminóson the map
KolossiKolossi (Greek: Κολόσσι [locally [koˈlosːi]]; Turkish: Yunus or Goloş) is a village on the outskirts of Limassol, Cyprus. It lies partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. Its population in 2011 was 5,651. Kolossi is known for its medieval castle. Show Kolossion the map
KivisíliKivisili (Greek: Κιβισίλι; Turkish: Civisil or Cevizli) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 2 km (1.2 mi) south of Alethriko. Prior to 1974, it was inhabited solely by Turkish Cypriots. As of 2011, Kivisili had a population of 233. Show Kivisílion the map
AradíppouAradippou (Greek: Αραδίππου [locally [aɾaˈðipʰu]]) is a town and municipality in Cyprus, located on the outskirts of the city of Larnaca. It was established in 1986 following a referendum of local residents. It has a population of approximately 20,000. Show Aradíppouon the map
MaríMari (Greek: Μαρί; Turkish: Tatlısu or Mari) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 5 km west of Zygi. The village was largely populated by Turkish Cypriots before 1974. In Turkish, it is known as Tatlısu (\"sweet water\"). Show Maríon the map
KofínouKofinou (Greek: Κοφίνου; Turkish: Köfünye or Geçitkale) is a village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus. It is situated where the roads from Nicosia, Larnaca and Limassol trisected, prior to the by-pass built in the 1990s. Show Kofínouon the map
AvdelleróAvdellero (Greek: Αβδελλερό [locally [aftelːeˈɾo]]) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 8 km south of Athienou. It has a ridge situated to the North of it which can be flown by Paraglider and Hang glider. Show Avdelleróon the map
Ágios TheódorosAgios Theodoros (Greek: Άγιος Θεόδωρος; Turkish: Aytotoro or Boğaziçi) is a village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 6 km from the sea and 3 km from the village of Kofinou. Its population in 2011 was 663. Show Ágios Theódoroson the map
KlavdiáKlavdia (Greek: Κλαυδιά; Turkish: Klavya or Alaniçi) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 10 km (6.2 mi) west of Larnaca. Prior to 1974, the village was inhabited solely by Turkish Cypriots. Show Klavdiáon the map
SoftádesSoftades (Greek: Σοφτάδες; Turkish: Softalar) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 3 km west of Kiti. Prior to 1974, the village was inhabited almost exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. Show Softádeson the map
PérgamosPergamos (Greek: Πέργαμoς; Turkish: Beyarmudu) is a village in Cyprus, north of Pyla. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Pergamos is the site of a Green Line crossing checkpoint. Show Pérgamoson the map
DhromolaxiaDromolaxia (Greek: Turkish: Mormenekşe) is a village near Larnaca International Airport, in Larnaca District, Cyprus. In 2011, it had a population of 5,064. Show Dhromolaxiaon the map
KalavasosKalavasos (Greek: Καλαβασός; Turkish: Kalavason) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 6 km north of Zygi. In its vicinity, there are copper mines. Show Kalavasoson the map
Ágios TýchonAgios Tychonas (Greek: Άγιος Τύχωνας) is a town in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located east of Limassol. The ancient ruins of Amathus are located near the town. Show Ágios Týchonon the map
OráOra (Greek: Ορά) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus. The settlements of Parsata and Drapeia are part of the municipality. Its population in 2011 was 206. Show Oráon the map
LivádiaLivadia (Greek: Λιβάδια [locally [liˈvaθca]]) is a municipality and suburb of Larnaca. It has been a settlement since the middle bronze age. Show Livádiaon the map
KórnosKornos (Greek: Kόρνος) is village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 27 kilometres west of the city of Larnaca and 25 kilometres south-west of Nicosia. Show Kórnoson the map
AnglisídesAnglisides (Greek: Turkish: Aksu) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 4 km north of Anafotida and 20 km southwest of Larnaca. Show Anglisídeson the map
LágeiaLageia (Greek: Λάγεια [ˈlaʝa]; Turkish: Laya) is a small village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 7 km west of Lefkara. Its population in 2011 was 28. Show Lágeiaon the map
Agía ÁnnaAgia Anna (Greek: Αγία Άννα; Turkish: Akhisar) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 16 km west of Larnaca. Its population in 2011 was 339. Show Agía Ánnaon the map
PentákomoPentakomo (Greek: Πεντάκωμο; Turkish: Pendagomo or Beşevler) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km east of Pyrgos. Show Pentákomoon the map
PsematisménosPsematismenos (Greek: Turkish: Yalancıköy) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 2 km northwest of Maroni. Show Psematisménoson the map
VavatsiniáVavatsinia (Greek: is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, east of Agioi Vavatsinias. Its population in 2011 was 81. Show Vavatsiniáon the map
KítiKiti (Greek: Κίτι [locally [ˈt͡ʃiti]]; Turkish: Çite) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 11 km southwest of Larnaca. Show Kítion the map
SkarínouSkarinou (Greek: Σκαρίνου, Turkish: Iskarinu) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 4 km west of Kofinou. Show Skarínouon the map
PyrgáPyrga (Greek: Πυργά; Turkish: Çamlıbel) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located on 4 km east of Kornos. Show Pyrgáon the map
MelíniMelini (Greek: Μελίνη) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 4 km west of Ora. Its population in 2011 was 59. Show Melínion the map
PsevdásPsevdas (Greek: Ψευδάς [locally [psefˈtas]]) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 4 km east of Mosfiloti. Show Psevdáson the map
TersefánouTersefanou (Greek: is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 2 northwest of Kiti. Show Tersefánouon the map
DelíkiposDelikipos (Greek: Δελίκηπος) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 4 km west of Kornos. Show Delíkiposon the map
MeneouMeneou (Greek: Μενεού) is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 3 km northeast of Kiti. Show Meneouon the map
VávlaVavla (Greek: Βάβλα) is a small village in Larnaca District, Cyprus. Its population in 2011 was 52. Show Vávlaon the map
MaróniMaroni (Greek: Μαρώνι; Turkish: Maroni) is village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus. Show Marónion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Larnaka
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Eparchía LárnakasLarnaca District is one of the six districts of Cyprus. Its capital is Larnaca. A small part of the district was occupied by the Turkish army in 1974, and is now de facto administered as part of Northern Cyprus' Lefkoşa District. Located in the district are Larnaca International Airport, the island's primary airport, and the Hala Sultan Tekke. In 2011, Larnaca District had a population of 143,192, of which 59% was urban.Show on map
Different buildings in Larnaka
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Chalá SoultánHala Sultan Tekke or the Mosque of Umm Haram (Turkish: Hala Sultan Tekkesi ; Greek: Τεκές Χαλά Σουλτάνας) is a Muslim shrine on the west bank of Larnaca Salt Lake, near Larnaca, Cyprus. Umm Haram (Turkish: Hala Sultan) was the Islamic prophet Muhammad's wet nurse and the wife of Ubada bin al-Samit.Show on map
ChoirokoitíaKhirokitia (sometimes spelled Choirokoitia; Greek: [çiɾociˈti.a], Turkish: Hirokitya) is an archaeological site on the island of Cyprus dating from the Neolithic age. It has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1998. The site is known as one of the most important and best preserved prehistoric sites of the eastern Mediterranean. Much of its importance lies in the evidence of an organised functional society in the form of a collective settlement, with surrounding fortifications for communal protection. The Neolithic aceramic period is represented by this settlement and around 20 other similar settlements spread throughout the island.Show on map
StavrovoúniStavrovouni Monastery (Greek: Ιερά Μονή is a Greek Orthodox monastery which stands on the top of a hill called Stavrovouni (Greek: in Cyprus; it is sometimes simply known as Stavrovouni. The monastery is one of the few places where one can see a piece of the Holy Cross. Stavrovouni Monastery was founded by Saint Helena (Saint Constantine's mother) in around 327-329 AD and therefore it is one of the oldest monasteries in the world.Show on map
Larnaca International AirportLarnaca International Airport (Greek: Διεθνής Λάρνακας Diethnís Aeroliménas Lárnakas Turkish: Larnaka Uluslararası Havaalanı) (IATA: LCA, ICAO: LCLK) is an international airport located 4 km (2.5 mi) southwest of Larnaca, Cyprus. Larnaca International Airport is Cyprus' main international gateway and the larger of the country's two commercial airports, the other being Paphos International Airport on the island's southwestern coast.Show on map
KítionKition (Ancient Greek: Κίτιον, Phoenician: kty; also known by its Latin name Citium /ˈsɪtɪəm/) was a city-kingdom on the southern coast of Cyprus (in present-day Larnaca). It was established in the 13th century BC. It had an acropolis. The \"mound gate\" in the city wall, was located in the vicinity northwest of the Phaneromeni Tomb.Show on map
Kastro LarnakasLarnaca Castle (Greek: Κάστρο Λάρνακας Turkish: Larnaka Kalesi), is a castle located on the southern coast of Cyprus. It was constructed to defend the southern coast of Cyprus and the harbour town of Larnaca and was later used as an artillery station, prison, and a museum.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Larnaka
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AlykíLarnaca Salt Lake (Greek: Αλυκή Λάρνακας, Turkish: Larnaka Tuz Gölü) is a complex network of four salt lakes (3 of them interconnected) of different sizes to the west of the city of Larnaca. The largest is lake Aliki, followed by lake Orphani, lake Soros and lake Spiro. They form the second largest salt lake in Cyprus after the Limassol Salt Lake. The total surface area of the lakes adds up to 2.2 km2 and being just off the road leading to Larnaca International Airport is one of the most distinctive landmarks of the area. It is considered one of the most important wetlands of Cyprus and it has been declared a Ramsar site, Natura 2000 site, Special Protected Area under the Barcelona Convention and an Important Bird Area (IBA). It is surrounded by halophytic scrubland and on its bank lies thShow on map