At present, Limassol is a fairly well developed city, where concentrated cultural, economic and financial life of the country, besides the proximity to the Troodos mountains and the fact that the city and surrounded by the monuments from ancient history, a valuable architectural objects, museums and churches, beaches and parks, contributed to the conquest of the Limassol status as the largest and one of the best resorts of Cyprus.


In Limassol and surrounded by the monuments from ancient history, a valuable architectural objects, as well as museums, churches and parks.

For this reason, a visit to Paphos can be a great solution for those who like to combine a beach holiday with sightseeing.


The main tourist sites of the city is the Old city of Limassol, located in the lower part of the city near the sea.

The old town of Limassol is an abundance of attractions, the narrow streets lined with historic buildings with cafes and restaurants, small shops and souvenir shops as well as churches and squares.


The mosque of Kebir Jami, or Great mosque - one of the most important and oldest churches of the centre of Limassol.

The mosque was built in the 16th century on the foundations of an older Christian Church and currently is a valuable monument, testifying to the rich history and mixed religious culture of the island of Cyprus.


While in Paphos, and Cyprus, no hotels with its own beach, as all beaches are municipal and public, but there are hotels positioning itself as the hotels beach.

These hotels are located on the front line and have direct access to the beach. In some hotels part of the beach strip tightly sun loungers and parasols.


Of particular importance among the places of rest, as in the city of Limassol and in the district of Limassol, is embankments and coastal Hiking trails, the joint length of which is more than 13 kilometers along the sea.

Embankments and coastal trails of Limassol called the visiting card of the city!


The Carob Museum is a museum that houses 1900s equipment that was once used to process carob fruits.

In those days, the fruits of carob trees were one of the main products used by Cyprus for export. The carob tree was called "Black Gold" because it was highly valued not only in Cyprus, but also beyond.


Kolossi castle - remains of the medieval castle, located in the eponymous village of Kolossi.

The surviving castle was built in 1454.

Currently, the remains of the castle of Kolossi are some of the most important medieval fortifications that have survived in Cyprus.


Amathus - one of the oldest cities of Cyprus, founded in 1100 BC

The city is closely related to history and mythology. In the ancient Amathus was one of the most important places of worship of Aphrodite.

Ruins of the ancient city of Amathus is located on a coastal hill and, currently, consist of two separate sections - the upper (the Acropolis of Amathus) and lower.


Kourion - an ancient city, situated on the South West coast of Cyprus along the Bay of Episkopi.

Once Kourion was an important city-state. For security purposes, Kourion is situated on the top of the cliff.

Currently, the site is an Archaeological Museum under the open sky.


Limassol castle is a medieval Fort situated in the historic centre of Limassol.

According to the Scriptures, in the Church of Limassol castle in 1191 Richard the Lionheart married Berengaria of Navarre. For this reason, the Fort is also called the castle of Richard the Lionheart.


The beaches of Limassol, along with the beaches of Paphos, Larnaca, Ayia Napa and Protaras are the best beaches of Cyprus.

All the beaches of Limassol, is that except for a couple parts of the coast, have awarded the "Blue flag" - a sign of purity and quality of the beach and sea water.


Agios Tychonas is an independent municipality located in the district of Limassol and functioning as an Eastern suburb of Limassol.

Currently, Agios Tychonas is the most popular and picturesque beach location in Limassol, already turned into a famous area of the resort of Limassol.

Along the coast of Agios Tychonas there are beaches, many of which are among the best not only in Limassol, but in Cyprus.


Paphos or Parekklisia one of the villages, functioning as an Eastern suburb of Limassol.

The beaches in Limassol are considered to be one of the few beaches in the district of Limassol, where there is a large amount of sand, the beaches are awarded with "Blue flag" - a sign of cleanliness and quality of beaches and seawater.


The beach of Santa Barbara is quite long, but most of it has developed beach infrastructure.

The Eastern extremity of the beach of Santa Barbara is the best place for a beach holiday in this part of the coast of Limassol.

The beach is wide and sandy, the sand is dark gray.

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