Places of Interest

Larnaca is the third largest city of Cyprus, situated on the south coast, 45 Km from Nicosia the capital and 65 Km from Limassol. It is the international gateway to Cyprus with the brand new Hermes International Airport on the outskirts of the city. It also has a commercial port and an international marina.

Larnaca was firstly  known as Kition and legend has it that it took its name  by Noah's grandson Khittim,  who founded the city. The name Larnaca was given from the word "Larnax" which means sarcophagus, many of which were found in the excavations in many parts of the city.

Larnaca is the birth place of Zenon, the founder of the famous Stoic school of Philosophy and the second home of St. Lazarus who arrived here after his resurrection and became the patron saint of Larnaca. It is a very popular tourist destination due to its natural beauty, fine climate, safe beaches and hospitable inhabitants.

Nautilus Tourist Apartments

Nautilus apartments is a small establishment of 8 apartments, 4 studios and 4 one-bedroom in a modern 4-storey building with one lift. They are located in the centre of Larnaca, a few meters from the famous Athens Avenue or "Finikoudes" as is locally known, a picturesque sea front road and promenade.

They are 5 kms from Larnaca International Airport and most places of interest of Larnaca are within walking distance.
The apartments are tastefully furnished and fully equipped for self catering. They are ideal for families and individuals seeking safe, clean and comfortable accommodation in the busiest and most popular part of Larnaca.