A sunlover’s haven, Limassol is blessed with 16 kilometers of beachfront. This long stretch of sandy beaches includes areas with excellent facilities and clear waters that have been awarded the Blue Flag label (14 beaches).
The history of the city is mainly known for its events in 1191 A.D., which marked the end of the Byzantine Rule in Cyprus. The Amathus archaeological site, located 11km east of Limassol centre is considered as one of the most important ancient sites globally.
The city has been a foreign investment magnet for decades transforming itself into a business hub. A line of luxurious hotels back much of the seafront ensuring that modern comforts are available.
Endless choices for fine dining; discover a new facet of gastronomy, all within a walk’s reach.
Limassol’s Port and Marina holds the heart of the city in its palm, with excellent eateries and exceptional bars, perfect for a weekend night out.
The historical centre of Limassol, which the locals call the Old Town, is a true architectural paradise. There you can find the Limassol Castle, churches, market and a library as well as shops and restaurants sprinkled all over.