Camel Park CyprusWith October half-term almost upon us, families seeking a sunny escape (with an average temperature of  27°C during the day) are being encouraged to look at the four-star Palm Beach Hotel & Bungalows in Larnaca, Cyprus.

The destination offers a selection of open-air fun parks such as the Lucky Star Amusement Park, plus animal parks such as the adventure day out at Camel Park or the Golden Donkeys Farm where kids can get up close to the animals.

To see amazing birdlife the Larnaka Salt Lake is also a must-see. During the winter, the lake fills with water and is home to migrating birds, including thousands of flamingos that stay between November and March, along with wild ducks and other water or shore fowl that find refuge here on their migratory journeys.
Closer to the Palm Beach Hotel & Bungalows there is also Oroklini Lake with a bird watching hide and charts with photographs illustrating the different types of birds one can see.

For something a bit more active there is a Quad Bike Safari, bowling at the Rock n’ Bowl Centre, which along with 15 lanes for bowling offers the ‘Glow Bowling’ experience with music and disco lights, or experience the fun and thrilling combat game at Battlefield Live, famous for its adrenalin packed laser tag games using gaming guns.

Meanwhile, the hotel has a range of entertainment options including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, the newly upgraded paddling pool area with waterslide and a wide range of playground activities for the children including climbing frames and swings.

For adults and older children there are a range of watersports such as windsurfing, scuba diving, paragliding or sailing, plus tennis courts, squash court and table tennis and a Wellness Centre.

A one-week holiday for two adults and two children in a bungalow which can sleep two adults and two children under 12 years of age during half-term week costs in total £1,207 including breakfast.
For more information see palmbeachhotel.com and larnakaregion.com

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