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Ammos Beach Bar – Larnaca

Ammos opened back in 2005, when the now famous 'Makenzy strip' was run down, neglected and dying a death. The odds were stacked against the place, but the management persevered against the odds and much criticism, surviving its first year to the shock of the critics.

By 2008 Ammos began to come to life, slowly gaining a brand identity and  customer loyalty, not only for its late night party atmosphere, but for its restaurant too.

By 2010, the area began to come to life, with other establishments replicating the Ammos ethos, bringing people to the area, day and night, the transformation continued.

2015 and Ammos become one of the top nightspots in Cyprus, winning many awards and pioneering the complete regeneration of the 'Makenzy strip.

During the day, it is a beautiful beach-front restaurant, Bar-Cafe' but as dusk falls, the lights are dimmed, the music gets louder, mainly club music with a DJ. At weekends, the place is very busy, especially during the summer.

This place is well worth a visit, for family visits during the day, to enjoy the food, the beach and plane-spotting, but for the young, this is the place to go at night.

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