Lara Beach is a popular tourist destination located on the Mediterranean coast of Cyprus. It is known for its long stretch of golden sand and crystal clear waters, making it a perfect spot for swimming and sunbathing.
There are also several nature reserves and protected areas in the vicinity, where visitors can enjoy various outdoor activities such as hiking and bird watching.
Lara Beach is located approximately 26 kilometers north of Paphos and is easily accessible by car.
There is a Lara Cafe in 400-500 m from Lara Beach.
Overall, Lara Beach is a beautiful and popular destination that offers wild nature, and long alone beach walks. That would be an interesting adventure.
There are usually quite a few people on the Lara Beach from November to May.
If you do not like the sweltering heat, excluding July, August, and September for trips to these parts. In addition, during this period there is just a maximum of people here, which does not make the rest better.
April and May have wonderful weather, but the water is still at a rather vigorous temperature, but in October and November connoisseurs of “fresh milk” like to relax here – the air temperature has already dropped to a comfortable 23.25C, and the water cools down extremely slowly and will only become cool by the New Year.
From May to October the air temperature at Lara Beach is perfect for sunbathing.
Some people feel that the water at Lara Beach is too warm in August.
Lara Beach rarely experiences rain from May to September. Generally, the weather is good.
The city’s transport links are very developed. Most of the stops are well equipped: here you will find information on all passing buses and a detailed route for each with all the stops that he makes. Often, especially in the city center, you can find an electronic scoreboard at stops with the arrival time of the nearest buses. Whichever area you stop in to get to Lara Beach, be guided by the buses where the word Lara is indicated. For many routes, this is the final stop. The road from the old town takes from 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the route and traffic jams.
From the city center, for example, routes no. LC07, KL08, LF09, LF10, and others will suit you. If there is no bus near you directly going to Lara, use the stop near the shopping center “Markantalya” – there is a large transport interchange.
The fare on Antalya buses is from 2 to 3 Turkish lira, depending on the route. To save money, it is convenient to use the AntalyaKart system. There are one-time and rechargeable cards that provide a substantial discount on travel. To buy the card itself, look for the AntalyaKart or Dolum AntalyaKart sign-in kiosks, small shops near bus stops. You can replenish your balance at the same points or in machines at major stops.
Antalya is famous for its hotels and its variety. Here you can find both a room in an authentic Turkish mansion of the old town and a chic 5-star hotel right on the beach. There are rooms and economy class. The range of prices is highly dependent on the season and location. Breakfast is often included in the room rate.