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46 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

August 26, 2019
Ammos Beach Bar is located on Mackenzie beach in Larnaca. The restaurant specializes in Greek cuisine. The bar offers a wide variety of alcoholic and soft beverages. Music shows, including DJ sets, start in the evening. Free WiFi.
June 17, 2019
Located at Makenzy beach, busy throughout the year. Offers - Good food, prices are a little bit more at the higher end. - Events and party (greek and international Djs events and performers) at least once every week - Regular commercial DJ music throughout the week in the nights.
May 30, 2019
All day venue, great music, drinks, atmosphere and food. Right on popular Makenzy beach.
February 15, 2019
This is one of my favourite places. Enjoy the day at the beach with cocktails, have a romantic dinner at night and go there on Sunday for an all day party! This place has amazing food and has something for everyone right on the beach!
January 28, 2019
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Larnaca, Larnaca
Phone+357 24 828844