- Camel Park
- Golden Donkeys Farm
- The Black Pearl Pirate Boat
- Mike's Water Sports
- Larnaka District Archaeological Museum
Best Things Your Kids will Love in CyprusCyprus · 5 Items · Margarita Lyra
Handpicked by a Cyprus Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Things Your Kids will Love in Cyprus'.
The beautiful Camel Park was set-up in 1998 and offers adventure and fun for all the family. The family run park focuses on sharing their great love for nature and animals. In the past, camels were used for transportation, whereas today, Cypriot camels can only be seen within the unique Camel Park. Hidden in the lovely countryside, just 15 minutes drive from Larnaka, the park is a ...
Golden Donkeys Farm
The village of Skarinou stands on a hillside overlooking the Ayios Theodoros Valley in the Larnaca District. The village is dominated by its church and nestles amongst olive trees. Amidst this lovely rural location (which is surprisingly close to the highway) is Golden Donkeys Farm - the increasingly popular venue for fun family days or for hosting your special events! Golden Donkeys Farm accom...
The Black Pearl Pirate Boat
A must do in Ayia Napa. You will have great fun cruising along the coast line of Ayia Napa while swimming and snorkelling is a great day to relax and enjoy the sunshine. The Black Pearl pirate boat is the biggest pirate boat to plunder the Mediterranean Sea. Originally named The Wicked wench, the vessel was raised from the sea bed by Davy Jones, after making a pact with Jack Sparrow, who rechri...
Mike's Water Sports
It all began in 1982, the year in which Mike established the Mike's Water Sports. Mike's Water Sports started off with only a couple of pedal boats and a speedboat, but today offers a vast variety of water sport types. Mike's Water Sport Resort is located on one of the best spots in Cyprus with the crystal clear blue Mediterranean waters, the Konnos Bay, located between Protaras and Ayia Napa a...
Larnaka District Archaeological Museum
The Larnaka District Museum is located near the centre of town. Inaugurated in 1969, it originally consisted of two exhibition rooms. In 1987 and 1988 the Museum was enriched with new rooms and finds. Room I displays objects dating to Prehistoric times and covers the chronological sequence from the Neolithic period to the end of the Middle Bronze Age. A large part of the finds exhibited in this r...