Sightseeing in Limassol

The town of Limassol has been booming for the last couple of years, with its new Marina now in place and linked to the Limassol old town. It’s 14 kilometre sea front promenade is a testament to the town’s development, and aside from providing a pleasant stroll along its coast, it also provides ample opportunities to visit its museums, old harbour, churches and monuments that stretch along it. Make sure you wander to the town’s suburbs, all the way up to its mountainous region where you will meet Cyprus’ rural lifestyle and traditions along with Limassol’s prevalent wine routes that depict local gastronomy and viticulture.