The Limassol Municipal Gardens & Zoo can be the perfect place for a relaxing walk. Take your book with you and enjoy reading in the outside. Let your children play safely in the play grounds. Check out the animals at the zoo where many events and educational programs are organized. The Limassol Zoo participates in breeding programs of many Cypriot species.
The bustling nightlife with its clubs, bars and discotheques elevate the spirit.
A cornucopia of restaurants, tavernas and cafés, many with outdoor seating in beautiful settings, form a culinary extravaganza with tastes of local and international cuisines.
LIMASSOL CITY CENTER
Limassol`s historical centre is located around its medieval Limassol Castle and the Old Port.
Limassol Castle is situated in the centre of old Limassol, is a remnant from the presence of Crusaders on the island.
Limassol Marina provides for the mooring of yachts at sea and on shore along with the development of residential, commercial units as well as buildings for cultural uses.
KOURION ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
19 km (11 ½ miles) west of Limassol.
KOLOSSI MEDIEVAL CASTLE
Kolossi, 14 km (9 miles) west of Limassol.
SANCTUARY OF APOLLO HYLATIS
3 km (1 ½ miles) west of Kourion archaeological site.
AMATHUS ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
11 km (7 miles) east of Limassol centre.
Asbestos Mine Cyprus, Amiantos mine.
Agiou Andreou Street
For locally produced items, including art pieces, leather goods, woven goods, ceramics, copperware, handmade silverware and jewellery, baskets and the famous traditional handmade Lefkaritika lace.
Very near Agiou Andreou Street with over 300 shops.
Designer shops and many of the more prestigious boutiques and showrooms along with small shops of every type.
Both souvenir shops and supermarkets remain open until late in the evenings and all day on Sunday.
The largest shopping mall in Cyprus is located in the Zakaki area at the northwest entrance to Limassol, only a short distance from the city centre and with a close proximity to the port.