The second largest city in Cyprus, has the great advantage of being centrally located on the south coast with easy access and short traveling distances to any part of the island.
Limassol is acting as a magnificent backdrop to the city that spreads for ten miles along the coast is the majestic Troodos mountain range.
The city is an effervescent cocktail of quaint streets, combining modern and traditional shopping, museums and carefree holiday atmosphere. With its long sandy beaches, wide seafront promenade and numerous noteworthy historical sites, unsurprisingly, Limassol has become the leading seaside resort on the island.
Traveling north, towards the fertile foothills of the Troodos Mountains, the sight of picturesque villages and livestock clinging precariously onto rock-face is breathtaking. Cultivated on this rich land are olives, almonds and cereals as well as some of the finest wine-producing grapes; crowing Limassol as the wine capital of Cyprus.
With such a vibrant fusion of past and progressive present, Limassol emerges as a spirited cosmopolitan seaside town surrounded by culture and deep-rooted traditions.