Caravel Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Prousis Str. Amathous, Limassol, 3608, Cyprus
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Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples25
  • Solo46
  • Business100

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looking for a private tour in Limassol-any ideas?

by rlsrlj

We will be on a cruise ship next April that stops in Cyprus. We are interested in a private day tour for Limassol-does anyone know of any?

Re: looking for a private tour in Limassol-any ideas?

by sastimen

I can highly recommend the following company who provided the wedding car service for my daughters wedding in Limassol. Cars were new and immaculate and staff were smart polite and friendly..They do private tours anywhere on the island.. Linda is the boss and is very flexible.....please tell her Barbara Herbert (daughters wedding 30th Oct) has referred you

Cyprus Chauffeur
Limassol, Cyprus
Telephone: +357 99 611 959

If you need any more info on Limassol please message me

Re: looking for a private tour in Limassol-any ideas?

by luckybluesman

Just wanted to say thanks for the recommendation. I looked at the web-site, and emailed Linda. She has made a nice offer for 6 of use to do a 4 hour wine tour when our ship docks in Limassol in December. Thanks for the help.

Travel Tips for Limassol

The theatre in Kourion

by Aggeliki

The most spectacular site at Kourion is the Greco-Roman amphitheatre that has been completely restored and is used today for open air musical and theatrical performances.It has a capacity of 3000 spectators.

sorry I said I would struggle...

by farouk

sorry I said I would struggle with my memory anyway it was at the corner of the hotel and main road.
italian very good food and service you could actually reach up and pick the grapes from above your head
very relaxed and laid back the minestrone soup was a delight 10/10


by gigina

"The second largest city of Cyprus"

The south coast town of Limassol is the island's largest seaside resort. Acting as a magnificent backdrop to the city that spreads for ten miles along the coast are the Troodos mountains, in whose fertile foothills most of the country's grapes are grown. Since the Middle Ages when the Crusaders heid Cyprus under Richard the Lionheart, Limassol has been known to traders for its wine and sugar cane. Now, this second largest city of Cyprus, with a population of 135.000 is the centre of its wine-making industry, and an important commercial and tourist centre.

The town's carefree holiday atmosphere, with wide seafront promenade and bustling little shopping streets, is matched by the gaiety and lively character of its people. With its fun-loving reputation and the best nightlife on the island it is fitting that only Limassol stages some of the Island s best-known festivals: the annual Wine Festival in September, when the various wineries offer free samples of their products for ten days: the ten day pre-Lenten Carnival with masquerade parties balls and grand parades, the Limassol Festival in summer and the ancient Drama Festival at Kourion

As a shopping centre Limassol offers the full gamut from ultra-modern to traditional and handmade. European wares have place alongside local produce, and as in other parts of the island, shoes and clothes can be made to measure in a matter of days. Busy St Andrews Street, not far from the seafront promenade, makes a fascinating trip with its quaint buildings and overhanging terraces, under which a cornucopia of small shops vie for attention on this narrow, jostling street. Another important shopping street is Makarios Avenue, where many prestigious boutiques and showrooms are located, as well as small shops of every type.

A tour to one of the wineries can easily be arranged in order to witness production and taste the final product. Down near the old port is Limassol Castle, where Richard the Lionheart allegedly married Queen Berengaria of Navarre in 1191 and crowned her Queen of England - the first Coronation and Royal Marriage to take place outside England. Its grounds house the Medieval Museum of Cyprus with interesting pottery and tombstones amongst its numerous exhibits. Limassol also has an Archaeological Museum, with fascinating statues and pottery finds, the municipal Art gallery as well as a FolkArt Museum where specially staged room-sets display the old clothes and utensils to their best. The Municipal Gardens with small zoo offer a pleasant stroll amidst lush trees plants and shrubs.


by Aurorae

A big port where lots of ships sail off daily for Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Greece, etc... This is me on one of them waiting to leave the port...
Other than that, there is nothing too interesting in Limassol itself, only restaurants, cafes and hotels, typical touristical place.


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