About LimassolThe city of Limassol is in the district of the same name and is one of the six in which the island is divided. As a reminder of other times, the ancient city of Amathus, located a few kilometres from Limassol, was buried in this place. The work carried out by prestigious archaeologists has shown vestiges of the Byzantine period and other cultures.
Nature is present in Limassol and its surroundings in a particular way. For example, the Kouris River, which rises in the Troodos Mountains, gives life to different district sectors. This river has been dammed and empties into the sea, near the ancient city of Kourion.
Episkopi Bay also shows nesting places for turtles of different varieties, including green and loggerhead, species in danger of extinction.
According to the Statistical Service of Cyprus, the Limassol district has 106 communities, including Agios Athanasios, Germasogeia, Kato Polemidia, Mesa Geitonia, Ypsonas and Limassol itself.
In addition to being the district capital, Limassol is an essential hub for European travel and tourism. Furthermore, many of the most beautiful government and cultural buildings in Cyprus are in this city.
Among the most excellent walks, the seafront shows many hotels and high-rise buildings, ideal for those who want to reside permanently and near the sea. Lord Byron Avenue near the centre is a clear testament to Limassol's more modern architecture. Among them, we find the famous court complex, which consists of several quite different buildings.
Limassol is undoubtedly a great place to meet as a tourist and to reside permanently. Perhaps many do not know it, but Limassol is well known for its good wines, excellent restaurants, and entertaining nightlife. So, what are you waiting for to visit this fantastic city?