With its central location just 500 metres from Larnaca Bay, the hotel is a great base for exploring the city’s must-see attractions including the Pierides Archaeological Foundation Museum, the Grand Mosque and the Agios Lazaros Church. When sightseeing is over, guests can relax on the balcony of their air-conditioned room or enjoy the outdoor pool and soak-up the afternoon sun on the terrace. A meal of regional cuisine can then be savoured in the hotel’s open-air restaurant before ending the day with a night cap in the bar.
Why we recommend the San Remo
- Outdoor pool and terrace
- Bar and open-air restaurant
- Close to beach and city centre
- Near popular attractions
- Modern and comfortable rooms
Attractions near the San Remo
Artefacts from Cyprus’ past
Located less than two kilometres from the hotel is the Pierides Archaeological Foundation Museum. This privately owned museum contains a large collection of Cypriot artefacts and artwork, all housed in the old mansion of the deceased museum creator.
Six spacious rooms display fascinating items of Cypriot folk art, relics from the Iron Age, Mycenaean pottery and archaeological findings from Cyprus’ historic periods. You will find it easy to navigate your way through the exhibits, which are presented in an elegant fashion. Feel free to wander around outside of the museum, where you can admire the mansion’s architecture and lush gardens.
Discover some of Larnaca’s historical religious relics
The Byzantine Museum can be easily reached on foot from the hotel in less than 20 minutes. It’s small in size, but also holds some of the most fascinating religious treasures in Cyprus. The Museum is actually situated in the courtyard of the Church of Saint Lazarus, making this particular area of Larnaca very rich in culture.
While visiting the Museum, you’ll see a variety of priceless treasures including religious artefacts, icons and memorabilia. Most of the items are accompanied by a brief history. You might also want to venture inside the church and visit the tomb of Saint Lazarus.