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About the Ermitage on the Beach

About the Ermitage

The Ermitage on the Beach is a stylish and contemporary gated apartment complex. This wonderful condominium is perfectly situated in a prime location on a sandy beach in Limassol. It is the first residential property right next to the Dasoudi park, the city’s largest and only seafront park. The apartments are ideal for families with children and couples with exceptional taste. They are located in the heart of the cosmopolitan area of Limassol, with a variety of high quality choices for recreation, leisure and dining.

The project’s design offers as much green as possible on the ground level, extensive beachfront frontage with children facilities, a pool for adults extending to a young children’s plunge pool, all surrounded by a secure and elegant perimeter.

This managed exclusive condominium offers – within its gated premises – various types of deluxe accommodation with view to the Mediterranean Sea or to the surrounding gardens. Two guests or a business person can choose between the stylish One Bedroom and the spacious Superior One Bedroom with extra space for work station. Our most popular family friendly units are the Two Bedroom apartments, and our top of the range flagship is the luxury beachfront 3 Bedroom habitats.

All apartments are carefully decorated with modern furnishings in earthy tones. They provide fully equipped kitchens with modern stainless steel appliances designed and installed by the world famous brand Miele® and climate control by Daikin®. Each apartment is equipped with international standard facilities such as free Wi-Fi internet access, satellite channels and private furnished balcony.

Our management and staff strive to excel in providing a friendly, professional service to all of our tenants.

Escape with us

Your Perfect Escape

Welcome to the world of the Ermitage on the Beach. Let us take you on a journey of luxury where dreams come true. The Ermitage on the Beach is a stylish and contemporary apartment complex. This wonderful condominium is perfectly situated in a prime location on a sandy beach in Limassol.

It is the first residential property right next to the Dasoudi park, the city’s largest and only seafront park. The apartments are ideal for families with children and couples with exceptional taste. They are located in the heart of the cosmopolitan area of Limassol, with a variety of high-quality choices for recreation, leisure, and dining.

The Ermitage on the Beach is fully managed and maintained by our in-house management team, making each apartment a suitable candidate for a personal/family beachfront retreat. You can rent an apartment directly online through our website.

ABOUT LIMASSOL

History of the City

The city of Limassol has a rich history that goes back to around the 2nd century B.C. The city of Limassol is situated between the ancient cities of Amathous to the east and Kourion to the west. Limassol was inhabited since the very ancient years and tombs discovered there date back to around the 2nd century B.C., while others date back to around the 8th and 4th centuries B.C. The few ancient finds that were discovered show that a small settlement existed there which did not manage to develop and flourish. The city, in the 10th century, was known as Nemesos and the Byzantine emperor, Constantine Porphyrogenitus, refers to this city with this name.

The history of the city is mainly known for its events in 1191 A.D., which marked the end of the Byzantine Rule in Cyprus. The king of England, Richard the Lionheart, foresaw the strategic importance of Cyprus as a base for supplying the forces taking part in the Third Crusade and conquered the island. Richard celebrated his marriage to Berengaria in Limassol where the latter was crowned Queen of England. And that is how the Byzantine Rule in Cyprus came to an end.

Limassol was then surrendered to the Frankish Empire of the Lusignan Kings of the medieval Cypriot kingdom. For about three centuries (1192-1489), Limassol experienced a remarkable period of prosperity. In 1489 A.D., the Queen of Cyprus, Ekaterini Cornaro, surrendered Cyprus to the city of Venice.

This lasted until the Turkish Occupation took place in 1570 A.D. Then the British conquered Cyprus in 1878, while in 1960 significant changes followed the liberation of Cyprus, which contributed to the cultural and artistic life of the city. Schools, theatres, art galleries, music halls and football clubs were formed and played a significant role in the cultural life of Limassol. The city of Limassol was developed much after the Turkish invasion of 1974, when Famagusta, one of the most touristic areas of Cyprus was captured by the Turkish armies. Luxurious hotels, restaurants and numerous entertainment clubs were built and thus the city soon became a significant touristic centre.

ABOUT LIMASSOL

Limassol City

Limassol is the second largest city of Cyprus with a population of approximately 180,000. It is one of six districts and covers an area of 34.87 square kilometers. Located on the southern coast, Limassol stretches around westward to the Paphos district, bordering with the district of Larnaca on the east and with Nicosia on the north. In addition to the recognized popularity as a tourism destination, Limassol is also an administrative and business centre, a port, a resort, the centre of the wine industry and home to many archeological sites.

The vivacious city center, seems to offer a journey through time where the University with its bustling young students aiming for a brighter future is just a few streets away from the old market and ancient castle which link us to the past. Gracefully blending old with new continues, as across the seafront one can appreciate the cosmopolitan side of Limassol with its contemporary business structures and modern apartment buildings while only several kilometers away one can find charming areas with cobblestone streets, quaint buildings with overhanging terraces under which there is a profusion of small shops, restaurants and cafes.