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Things to do in Limassol

Things to do in  Limassol

Welcome to Limassol

Flanked by sandy beaches, snorkeling hotspots, and swimmable surf, historic Limassol (or Lemesos) is among Cyprus’ premier sun-soaked destinations, as well as one of the largest. Take to the water by day with swimming, boat rides, and other family-friendly water sports, before enjoying Limassol’s many waterfront bars, clubs, and restaurants after dark. Limassol is also a jumping-off point from which to explore Cyprus’ flourishing wine industry—taking a day trip to the Troodos Mountain vineyards is one of the most popular things to do, as are excursions to the nearby ancient cities Kourion and Amathus.

Top 2 attractions in Limassol

Fasouri Watermania

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Fasouri Watermania is among the most popular water parks in Cyprus, with dozens of different slides, a lazy river, and the biggest wave pool in the country. While water attractions are the main draw, there’s also a massage parlor, a fish spa, and a temporary-tattoo studio, along with a handful of restaurants and snack bars.More
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Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum

Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum

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The Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum exhibits classic and historic cars that range from a Ford Model-T dating back to 1912 to the former rides of famous politicians. Along with the 90-strong collection of well-preserved cars, there’s a movie space where a film short calledMotoring through Ages plays on a loop.More
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All about Limassol

When to visit

Limassol comes out to play in May, when visitors arrive to sunbathe and sightsee ahead of the high-summer heat that hits in July and tapers off from September. The city’s events calendar seems to ebb and flow with them, with Carnival in the early spring and the Wine Festival of Cyprus in September.

Getting around

Limassol is most easily explored with a rental car. If you plan to visit other area beaches or head inland to visit monasteries and natural areas, having your own vehicle can be both convenient and cost-effective. If you’d rather not drive, you can easily rely on a mix of public transportation, taxis, and organized tours to explore Limassol and the surrounding region.

Traveler tips

If you want to get away from the tourist throngs, but still want to spend some time on the beach, head out to Lady’s Mile Beach, a short drive south of town near Akrotiri. This sandy expanse is popular with Cypriots, and you can rent lounge chairs and parasols for cheaper than what you’d pay in more touristy areas. The waters are usually calm enough for swimming and wading, making it a good choice for families, too.

Currency
Euro (€)
Time Zone
EET (UTC +2)
Country Code
+357
Language(s)
Welsh

Limassol information

Number of Attractions

2

Number of Tours

56

Number of Reviews

416

Currency

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