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Limassol Holidays & Hotels

Hotels in Limassol

From chic budget hotels to luxury beachfront resorts and quirky cheap hostels, accommodation in Limassol is as diverse as the type of holidaymakers it attracts. Like most towns in Cyprus there’s spots close to the beach or in the heart of the Old Town, there’s accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets.

Nestled between Paphos and Larnaca airports, Limassol is a Cypriot gem that sits along the island’s southern coast. This up-and-coming resort boasts year-round warm temperatures, a thriving nightlife and a fountain of culture, making this the perfect destination for the entire family.

Where to stay

Old Town

Accommodation options are a little more limited in the Old Town, but it’s the place to be for those who like to be surrounded by history. The holiday apartments on offer are found within charming Cypriot houses, and will give you easy access to the city’s numerous bars, cafes and restaurants.

Tourist Area

The main block of hotels sits just east of the city centre, accessible via a 10-minute drive. This tourist-centric area is where you’ll find most of Limassol’s accomodation, from 5* boutiques to family-friendly resorts and budget apartments. Many of these hotels offer direct access to the beach, or offer their own swimming pools for holidaymakers to cool off in. As it’s so popular with tourists, this area is also where you’ll find a variety of eateries, ranging from chain restaurants to quaint cafes.

Amathus

Located a further 10-minute drive along the coast from the Tourist Area is Amathus. While it’s more suited for those looking for a quieter holiday, the area offers beautiful beaches and a variety of restaurants and bars for low-key nightlife entertainment. Better yet, it’s an area that’s accessible to all, with accommodation options ranging from luxury 5* chain resorts to budget apartments set a little further back from the beachfront.

What to see

Steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful beaches, Limassol caters for both city breakers and sun worshippers. Taking a stroll through the Old Town is like heading back in history, with winding streets opening up onto charming houses and historic churches. If it’s culture you’re after you’ll be spoilt for choice, with the Archaeological Museum showcasing items picked up from old settlements. The whole family will love to take a tour around the medieval Limassol Castle, rebuilt around 1590 - be sure to check out the prison cells which were used until 1950.

Fans of the outdoors will find themselves in their element too. For a start, there’s the Promenade along the coast, which offers a place for people to snap enviable sunset pics, admire the sandy beaches, or simply enjoy a leisurely little stroll. There are plenty of other walking trails around the area too, bringing you out to vineyards, olive groves, and neighbouring towns.

For kids, there’s plenty for them to sink their teeth into as well. The Municipal Zoo is home to a wealth of animals such as reptiles and birds from all continents. It’s a small but perfectly formed zoo that also offers educational animal feedings as well as an on-site cafe. If you’re hiring a car, be sure to take a trip out to Fasouri Watermania, just a 15-minute drive out from the centre of town. Kids will lap up the excitement at this waterpark as they play in the pools, race down the slides and inspect the manmade river.

Nightlife

Limassol offers a vibrant nightlife, perfect for those wanting to catch up over some cocktails and for those wanting a party holiday and stay up until the early hours of the morning. In the Old Town is where you’ll find a number of laid back bars and coffee shops, while most of the clubs can be found in the Tourist Area. Expect international guest DJs, a mix of Greek and English hits, plus sports bars showing all the big matches. To make a real night out of it, why not make your way over to Cyprus Casino for a flutter on one of the machines or table games?

What to eat

Limassol has built up an enviable reputation over the years and is now known as a food lover’s paradise. It’s got virtually every type of eatery and cuisine you could possibly want, ranging from high-end gourmet meals to a quick snack from a fast food joint. There are also many family-friendly restaurants around the city, offering a variety of international and local fare. Thanks to its seaside location, fish is a popular ingredient in Limassol and definitely shouldn’t be missed. Head down to the Marina to try some of the freshest catch of the days. And, of course, a trip to Cyprus wouldn’t be complete without trying some of the local delicacies. As the national cheese of Cyprus, delicious halloumi can be found in most restaurants, while baklava, made from layers of filo pastry and held together with nuts, syrup or honey, is the ultimate dessert experience.

Shopping

Limassol is a shopper’s paradise, with international chains sitting alongside local craft shops and little boutiques. It’s the perfect place to pick up a gift for a loved one back home - or for yourself. Head to one of the main areas, such as Agiou Andreou Street and Makarious III Avenue, to shop until you drop. If you’re looking to spruce up your wardrobe, you’ll definitely want to swing by Cyprus Premium Outlet. It features a range of designer clothes, accessories and gadgets at discounted prices. And finally, MY MALL Limassol offers one of the best shopping experiences in Cyprus. You’ll find dozens of shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities under the one roof, ranging from recognisable British brands to quirky local favourites.

Fast facts about Limassol

  • Direct flight time: 4.5 hours from London
  • Transfer time from Paphos airport to Limassol: 40 minutes
  • Time zone: GMT +2
  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Greek
  • Average price of a domestic beer: €3.50
  • Average price of a bottle of wine: €5.25

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Limassol Reviews

3/10 Okay

05 December 2013

Large modern sprawling resort

The best thing about my stay was ...

Good base for exploring

5/10 Average

31 October 2013

Excellent destination for holiday.

5/10 Average

14 September 2013

undersold by travel companies

The best thing about my stay was ...

lovely people

5/10 Average

21 July 2013

Nice

The best thing about my stay was ...

Plenty to do and central location.

5/10 Average

29 September 2012

Limassol

5/10 Average

20 August 2012

The city to be!

3/10 Okay

02 July 2012

Lots going on and lots of restaurants

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping

5/10 Average

08 January 2012

limassol is awsome

The best thing about my stay was ...

beach

4/10 Average

07 December 2011

limassol is awsome

5/10 Average

30 November 2011

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES, CHURCHES, MOUNTAINS & SEA

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