Luxurious Penthouse on Mackenzie Beach
A luxurious and spacious three bedroom penthouse apartment located on Mackenzie Beach, a delightful seaside resort with Blue Flag award winning sandy beaches. Restaurants, many serving fresh fish, and bars stretch out along the sea front serving local and continental cuisine. All amenities are within walking distance of the apartment.
For the more adventurous. water sports are available, including paragliding, wind surfing, water skiing, and diving. Or why not take a trip around Larnaca Bay on one of the many cruise boats?
The apartment has an open plan aspect with a luxurious kitchen and top of the range appliances. The lounge has plenty of seating and a large screen television, or you can gaze through ceiling to floor windows looking out to the clear blue Mediterranean. The dining area has a table to seat six guests and a door through to a veranda with stunning views from where you can watch the sun rise. The master bedroom with en-suite with patio doors to a second balcony with sea views, through to a dressing room with a door to a third balcony with views of the salt lakes - this balcony has some shade from the midday sun and in the evening you can watch the sun set. The second bedroom has two single beds with ample wardrobe space, and the third bedroom can be used as an office or for two more guests. There is a good size family bathroom.
This property has 3 bedrooms and sleeps 6 people
|Bedroom 1||1 Double||2|
|Bedroom 2||2 Single/Twin||2|
|Bedroom 3||1 Pullout||2|
This property has 1 bathroom
|Activities||Scuba DivingWalkingWater SkiingWind SurfingSwimmingBeachcombing|
|Kitchen||Fully Equipped Kitchen|
|Outdoor Features||BalconyGarden Chairs|
|Rate Category||Period||Rates||Minimum Stay|
€214 per Night
*** Default rates are subject to change. Please confirm the rates prior to booking.
Property Availability (Next 12 Months)
Please contact the owner directly to confirm availability for your travel dates.
Location Type: Beach
On the edge of Larnaca Bay, the palm-lined seafront of Larnaca town bustles with cafes, tavernas, shops and bars. Historic charm is lent to the scene by its fortress castle, now used as the town's summer cultural centre. Larnaca is an excellent base from which to get to know the central and eastern section of Cyprus, and its proximity to the International Airport and a number of luxury hotels that have been developed along its beautiful sandy beaches make this a popular holiday choice.
Larnaca was originally known as Kition, or Khittim, and legend has it that the first settlement at the spot was founded by Noah's grandson, Khittim. But the name Larnaca probably comes from the Greek word 'Larnax', which means sarcophagus, many of which have been unearthed in this area.
The Larnaca marina with 450 yacht capacity attracts many boats as a safe wintering place.
The heart of the tourist area is Dhekelia Road. There are numerous restaurants, pubs and shops along this stretch of road, which is the main road into Larnaca town centre. A number of blue flag beaches line Dhekelia Road, together with all the main Larnaca hotels.