Limassol is the second largest city in Cyprus and probably the most cosmopolitan. Limassol is famous for its dynamic and energetic atmosphere. Full of character from its rich and fascinating history, the city is also a thriving commercial centre for its international community.
Limassol offers a wealth of variety for visitors. Luxurious hotels, relaxing spas, lively festivals and cultural museums are just a few of the many attractions. Fashionable shopping boutiques, a shopping mall with entertainment and dining facilities, lively tavernas, glamorous nightclubs and the most delectable range of local and international restaurants abound.
The development of the Limassol Marina has significantly contributed to the upgrade of the area. A first of its kind for Cyprus, the €350 million waterfront development combines luxury residences and a state-of-the-art Marina with exclusive restaurants and shops. The Marina is able to accommodate up to 650 yachts, with facilities and services of the highest standard.
The pleasant beaches have a range of watersports including scuba-diving and windsurfing, while inland, nature lovers can enjoy walks in the picturesque Troodos mountains, visit one of many wineries and discover traditional Cypriot villages.
Popular sporting facilities, located just a short drive away from the city, include a range of 18-hole championship golf courses and the famous dive wreck Zenobia, which ranks as one of the top 10 wreck dives in the world. The 17km promenade which runs along the coastline is also highly popular with walkers, runners and cyclists.
In addition to the recognized popularity as a tourism destination, Limassol is also an administrative and business centre and a thriving home to many companies, active in every sector of the economy.
This enticing mix of options for business and pleasure has elevated Limassol to one of the most popular destinations in Cyprus.