Kapetanios Hotel Limassol

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

4-6, Pan. Symeou Str, P.O. Box 56748, Limassol, Cyprus
Kapetanios Hotel Limassol
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Rated 27% higher but also costs 71% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples64
  • Solo50
  • Business25

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Forum Posts

shore excursion

by orchid1949

I will board a ship to Limassol which allows me about 5hours. I don't want to take shore excursion arranged by the cruise so if I do on my own, where to go for interesting place in Limassol and how with public transportation.


Re: shore excursion

by george5b

This problem in Cyprus is that there is next to no public transportation, at least none you could use to get around easily.
From the port you can take a taxi downtown to see the main sea front street which has a number of good restaurants and cafes and is an ok place to spend 5 hours (which isn't really that much time). Other than that you could take a taxi to nearby Kourion which has great views from the theatre down to the sea.

Re: shore excursion

by planxty

I agree with George. Limassol itself is not a terribly touristy place, most of the hotels lie outside it on the coast road.

If you would like a quick overview of Cypriot history you might like to try the "Time Elevator" a semi-automated audio visual experience which, whilst fun, is educational. I cannot find a direct Internet link for it but it is close to the Castle at Vasilissis Street, Limassol 3602, Email: time.elevator@nplanitis.com

Alternatively, if you like history, as I do, a short taxi ride (about eight or nine miles) to the west is Kolossi Castle, which is interesting as this is where Richard the Lionheart was married during a Crusade.

Hope this assists,


Re: shore excursion

by orchid1949

Thank you. I will join the shore excursion organised by th cruise company.

Travel Tips for Limassol

For younger visitors...

by frantic

For younger visitors
Yermosoyia Area is the place to be
A variety of Clubs , Pubs, Cafes
I suggest The GALATEX mall where many pubs are located there
Another place not known to many tourists but for those who want to see the local lifestyle is the area in the city centre at nights is accessible by a taxi (fairs are consideraly cheap up to 6 Cy POUNDS)

One fun side trip in Limassol...

by Judd

One fun side trip in Limassol is a tour of the KEO Brewery and Winery. KEO is the unofficial national beer of Cyprus, and the best part about the tour is it is free. The tour lasts about 45 minutes and takes you through parts of the factory. You see how the wine is fermented and aged in huge wooden casks, and the production line where the wine is corked and bottled. They also show you some of the large copper vats where the beer is brewed. The last step of the tour is a taste testing where you can sample from the whole range of KEO products - Othello, Aphrodite, Claret, in addition to the beer. It gets served up with bags of chips, and there is a small gift shop where you can purchase bottles to take home.

Limassol, CY

by dromosapien


Lemesos Castle entrance

a.k.a. Limassol Castle, in 1191 during the Third Crusade (1189–1192), the castle was the site of the marriage of Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199) and Berengaria of Navarre (c.1165/70-1230)

constructed: 1193
builder: Guy de Lusignan (c.1150 -1194)
reconstructed: 1590, by the Ottomans
constructed: 1193
builder: Guy de Lusignan (c.1150 -1194)
reconstructed: 1590, by the Ottomans



Limassol / Lemesos
population: 230,000, the second largest city in Cyprus



"Seaside Promenade"

"Town Hall"

constructed: 1911
architect: Ginsburg, German

themisgr's new Limassol Page

by themisgr

Limassol is a clearly european city
many nations, nice nightlife and everything you need to live.
comforts are fine but unfotrunately is the last divided capital city in the world since 1974.
hope the problem to be solved.

i would like to go again.


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Address: 4-6, Pan. Symeou Str, P.O. Box 56748, Limassol, Cyprus