Situated on the south coast of Cyprus, Limassol is easily one of the country's most underrated cities, with an eclectic assortment of attractions that more and more holiday makers are gradually beginning to discover. It stands as Cyprus’s second biggest city and it is split into two very different parts. Its old city is loved by locals and you can easily understand why. Before long, you will find yourself navigating through the charming scattered lanes that illustrate the authentic and compelling culture of the country through its traditional restaurants, boutiques and religious buildings. On the other hand, its new city boasts a vibrant modern cityscape, with plenty to see and do. If you plan on venturing through the city at night, expect to find an enticing atmosphere emerge from its narrow lanes that lead to colourful hipster bars, cafes and a cosmopolitan town square.
Whilst it is a developing hotspot for culture lovers, there is no shortage of natural beauty within this city. Discover the famous ‘Petra Tou Romiou’, the birthplace of Aphrodite or spend your days on one of the many sandy beaches, enjoying the stunning Limassol weather.