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Dating back 6,000 years, Cyprus’ oldest city of Larnaca is famous among divers, although there is plenty more to do here besides checking out the marine life. Found along the island’s southeast coast, this picturesque city can easily be toured by car. Driving is a great way to take in the sights and numerous well-known car hire companies can be found here. Compare cheap car hire in Larnaca with to guarantee the best rates.

Why to visit Larnaca is a favourite holiday destination for many travellers around the world and is especially favoured by historians, as it is one of the world’s oldest cities. It boasts more than just history, with a quaint seaside resort area and some great beaches. The locals are very friendly and the country is extremely safe, making self-driving the best way to tour the Larnaca area as well as the rest of the island. Transport

Larnaca International Airport is the largest airport on the island and the main gateway into Cyprus. It is situated less than a 10-minute drive from the city centre. While the city itself is quite small and easy enough to get around on foot, the most convenient way to get around the island at large is by booking Larnaca car hire. By arranging a vehicle, you can easily explore places outside of the city, such as Cyprus’ nightlife capital, Ayia Napa, and the charming town of Lefkara.

What to see and do

By organising car rental in Larnaca, visitors can easily make the 20-mile journey to the capital city of Nicosia, one of the last divided cities in the world. The Green Line separates the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot segments of the city, and makes for an interesting walk. A drive west will bring you to the foothills of the Troodos Mountains, where picturesque villages can be visited including Pachna and Platres. The stunning coastal beaches are also a must, with Kapparis being just under an hour’s drive away and offering some of the best beaches in the region.