Larcomar Luxury House
Address: CALLE ALCANFORES 1375 – MIRAFLORES
1 General Features:
3 Nearby Tourist Attractions
Malecón Cisneros (Cisneros Promenade)
Malecón Cisneros is perfect for people who love outdoor sports like jogging and bike riding. Along this 6-km promenade, you will find beautiful parks, food stands, bike rentals, playgrounds, a skatepark and even an exclusive area where you can practice paragliding.
It offers breathtaking views of the Chorrillos Bay and the most spectacular sunsets of the Miraflores beaches.
Larcomar Shopping Center
Larcomar is one of the most popular shopping centers in Peru due to its panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and its great variety of attractions.
Built on top of a cliff, Larcomar has a total area of 45,000 m2 and features over 150 shops, a movie theater, a theater, a food court, restaurants and night clubs, among other fun entertainment options for all ages.
Parque Central (Central Park)
Parque Central, also known as "Parque Kennedy", is located at the heart of the Miraflores district. In the afternoons and on weekends, a great number of artists, among whom are painters, artisans, sculptors and musicians, gather here to offer the public their most beautiful artwork.
Mirabus is the most famous tourist bus service in Lima. It offers panoramic views of the city. Buses depart from Miraflores’s Central Park. Their different routes will allow you to enjoy a journey through the most important tourist sites of Lima and the Miraflores district.
Miraflores, a Dining District
Nowadays, Lima is known as South America’s Dining Capital. The Miraflores district features the widest range of restaurants, where you can enjoy the best dishes the Peruvian cuisine has to offer.
Parque del Amor (Park of Love)
This is one of the most representative and visited places along Malecón Cisneros. From this spot, favorite among couples, you can watch the sunset and admire “El Beso” (The Kiss), a beautiful 12-m long, 3-m high sculpture dedicated to love.
Miraflores has 8 beaches. “Punta Roquitas” and “Makaha” are popular among surfers and body boarders, whereas “Waikiki” and “Redondo” are the most traditional and are preferred by beachgoers. You can access them via the traditional Bajada Balta (Balta Descent), near Miraflores’s Central Park, or the Quebrada Armendariz (Armendariz Ravine), which divides the districts of Miraflores and Barranco.
Sitting in the middle of modern Miraflores, this archeological site is one of the most important in the history of Lima and Peru. Today, the Historic and Cultural Park is popular among experts and tourists due to its site museum, a park devoted to native flora and fauna, its restaurant and a handicrafts gallery where you can admire textiles and ceramics of the ancient Peru.