Limassol Things to Do

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  • Limassol Castle
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  • Limassol Castle
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  • 1. Kolossi Castle

    4 out of 5 stars

    To visit this castle, take the bus 17 at the Leontiou Station, Old Hospital. Tip: to visit both Kourion and the castle, you just need to get off, when returning back from Kourion, at an...

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  • 2. Limassol Castle

    The castle stands very proud in the old town, and the entry fee is €4.50 which I think it is a bit much. Have in mind that if you purchase the Day pass at 8.50euro, you can combine this visit, with...

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  • 3. Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum

    This is the only automobile museum in Cyprus.A place of 1000 square meters that is ideal for all types of events such as exhibitions, fashion shows, photo shoots and many others which will be held...

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  • 4. 'MARINA' Most Impressive Development Project

    The new marina sits pretty just a stone’s throw from the medieval Limassol castle, inviting sea travelers of the Mediterranean to tie up, hop out and literally...

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  • 5. Traditional Open-Air fete - ' Panigiri '

    Annual 'Panigiri' of Saint NektariosHardly a week goes by in Cyprus without a celebration of some sort, whether it is a colourful festival or homage to a saint...

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  • 6. Square Market

    As I was unlucky with the fish meze at the Pantopoleio inside the market, I went to this square to look for this possibility in another typical restaurant. At...

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  • 7. Municipal Market

    I like very much to visit traditional markets, especially in the early morning when the vendors are coming and begin to exposure their products to sell.I was...

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  • 8. Amathus Ruins

    Unfortunately I had no opportunity to visit this archaelogical park, so I can't advise. I believe it is worth a visit. To reach it by public transportation,...

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  • 9. Kourion

    To reach this archaelogical park by public transportation, take the bus 16 at the Leontiou Station, Old Hospital.Tip: to visit both Kourion and the Kolossi...

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  • 10. Governors beach

    Although Limassol has its own beaches close to most of the main hotels they can be quite stoney.If you head east along the coastal road for about five miles you...

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  • 11. Amathus Archaeological Site

    Amathus was once one of the Ancient Royal Cities of Cyprus.Situated on the Southern Coast 24 miles West of Larnaca and 6 miles East of Limassol.Its Ancient cult...

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  • 12. Adventure Park Sayious

    Off-Road tours with Buggy or ATV - Paintball - Drift Go-Karting - Archery ALL IN ONE!Sayious Adventure Park offers a unique experience to anyone looking for a...

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  • 13. City of Art Craft Market -Old Market.

    Visit the creative market (City of Art Craft) which takes place every second Saturday at the square next to the Old fruit and Vegetable Market of Limassol....

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  • 14. The Ancient ruins of Amathounta

    Visit the ancient ruins of Amathounta in Limassol.When you finish the visit, just cross the road and have a walk next to the beach.There is a nice wooden...

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  • 15. Picnic is possible even in February!

    I love picnics, and we always try to organize one when possible in our holiday resorts. No matter city or rural resort; it will work out if you just use a...

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  • 16. The Annual Limassol Carnival in February

    The Limassol ("Lemesos" in Greek) municipality organizes the annual carnival in the city. The festivities last alltogether more than a week. The carnival week...

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  • 17. Book accommodation with kitchenette & balcony

    Just a general note that at least I have always booked a hotel room with kitchen or kitchenette and balcony (summertime) whenever possible. This is handy for...

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  • 18. Walking around in Limassol

    A natural must while in Limassol is walking down the streets of the city, by the ocean front walk and near the beach. It is relaxing and nice to watch people...

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  • 19. KEO Winery Tour

    KEO is the largest drinks manufacturer on the island. In the space of about half an hour we were shown the cellars of the heavy sweet Commanderia, where a third...

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  • 20. Amathus

    Ancient Amathus us among the oldest if Cyprus's city kingdoms. Founded by a son of Hercules who was revered as a god here. The remains of this city are...

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  • 21. Tasting delicious oranges

    Just finishing from sight seeing Kolossi Castle, don't miss out on tasting some delicious oranges. Once you get out from the castle, there's a wooden kiosk...

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  • 22. Kourion & The Sanctuary of Apollo

    The most spectacular of the South's Archeological sites. It consists of two sites: the ancient city and the sanctuary of Apollo Hylates. This sacred precinct...

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  • 23. The Old Town

    In 1974 after the Turkish invasion in Cyprus, Limassol had to change rapidly. Overnight, from a sleepy tiny town it became a major shelter for refugees. Many...

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  • 24. Minaret

    Entry, as with all Cypriot museums, is cheap and there are various displays of moderate interest in the different chambers ranging from medieval armour to...

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  • 25. Municipal Gardens

    This lovely park on the sea front has big trees offering shade from the scorching sun and good play facilities for children, including slides, swings and even...

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