Larnaka Salt Lake is famous for the wintering of Flamingos, Wildfowl, Gulls, Waders and Terns.

Kiti Dam: This site is excellent when it holds water, as it reveals wintering Wildfowls, including White-fronted Geese and Red-crested Pochard.

Mazotos: Just after dawn and before dusk, visitors can see passerine migrants such as Flycatchers and Wheatears.

Oroklini Lake: A natural lake, located only a few minutes away from our Hotels. Oroklini Lake is a Natura 2000 site and also classified as a SCI under the Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) for its halophytic marsh vegetation.

Achna Dam: This artificial reservoir was built around twenty years ago. It is now declared a Special Protection Area for birds ~ It includes Dalmatian Pelican Pelecanus crispus, Great Black-headed Gull Larus Ichthyaetus and Lesser Whitefronted Geese Anser Erythropus.

Cyprus is one of the most significant places for birds at a national, European and Worldwide level, due to its geographical location and warm environment.

Paralimni Lake: Seasonal lake ~ Declared a Special Protection Area for birds , it introduces Flamingos, Heron species, Crakes, Waders, species of ‘Marsh’ Tern; White-tailed Lapwing and Spur-winged Lapwing breeds.

Cape Gkreko: It lies on the East side of Larnaka. This region falls under a busy migration route between Africa and Europe. It is mainly attractive during Spring ~ migrants include Herons, Egrets, Raptors, Honey Buzzard, Black Kite and Pallid Harrier, White-throated Robin and Red-breasted Flycatcher breeds.

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