Larnaca Port in partnership with a wide variety of stakeholders, is able to support the sustainable economic growth of the country. The Port offers services such as handling break-bulk, dry-bulk, general cargo, roll on – roll off and oil & gas services. Also, Larnaca Port serves all types of cargo from feed, grain, gypsum, timber, iron, fertilizers, cars, pipes, and petroleum. Larnaca Port currently operates as a multipurpose port. Amongst other things, it has a Passenger Cruise Terminal of 2,500 sqm which is operating 24/7 with a dedicated tide free quay of 326m length and a draft of 10m.
Located at the Eastern side of Cyprus, Larnaca is a city that offers a wide variety of opportunities. The Larnaca port is within 15 minutes’ drive from Larnaca International Airport, which connects Cyprus with the rest of the world. Larnaca Port is the first port entry for ships arriving from Asia towards Europe and the last port when leaving Europe. Therefore, a great destination for transshipments.
On the 4th of December 2020, Kition Ocean Holdings (KOH) was awarded a 40-year concession to redevelop and operate Larnaca’s Port and Marina. As of 1 st April 2022, Kition Ocean Port (KOP) became the operator of the Multi-Purpose and Cruise Terminal of the Larnaca Port. Larnaca Port is the second largest port in Cyprus and is located in the southeast part of the island with a total area of 445.000m2 . The port is located at about 2km from the center of the town and it has excellent connectivity to the main transportation network of the country. It is surrounded by residential and commercial units, to the south Larnaca Port borders with Larnaca Marina.