Discover the best top things to do in Limassol, Cyprus including Kourion, Promenade, Fasouri Watermania Water Park, The Sanctuary Of Apollo, Caledonia Waterfalls, Timios Stavros Monastery, Oleastro Olive Park and Museum, Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum, Monastery of St. George Alamanou, Kourion Beach.
4.5 based on 2,728 reviews
Kourion has everything one might want in an ancient archaeological site: a theatre, an agora, an early Christian basilica, excellent mosaics, Roman baths, a seaside location, and more! There is nothing better than to be at this site on a cool, sunny day. If you are in Cyprus, don't miss Kourion. It is very close to Limassol and not too far from Paphos.
4.5 based on 1,132 reviews
We have been taking the children to the sea front for many years. They love the skate board park and have worked there way up from little bikes with stabilisers to the bigger bikes, skate boards or scooters they now bring to play on. They used to like the play areas also but are getting too big for most of the toys. It has been lovely this summer as it is mostly very quiet when we go during the week. I know it gets busier in the evening and at weekends so we avoid the busy times.
4.5 based on 1,980 reviews
The largest waterpark in Cyprus with 30 different attractions for all ages. Three different restaurants to choose from, Sweet Land Kiosk, Aloha Cocktail Bar, Cinnabon Kiosk, Costa Coffee and Mini Donut Kiosk. 750 free parking space and over 2000 sun beds. Lockers also available at a charge. Additional services such as photo shop, fish spa, massage. A staff of more than 100 people work continuously to provide the best service to our visitors. Winner of many awards!
Great place having fun with family, very clean, excellent food, big variety of slides and games for all ages. Looking forward for my next visit.
4.5 based on 291 reviews
Great sites in kourrion. So many historical sites above a beautiful beach with a lovey restaurant. Go visit if you are in Cyprus
4.5 based on 481 reviews
Favourite part was having the waterfalls to ourselves. Least favourite part was the markers on the route :-D We parked at the trout farm at the bottom and walked up - there a couple of small pools and waterdrops that you can stop at and admire / catch your breath. There is a covered seat section that has a 2km marker which very nearly made me turn around as really didn't want to climb that distance on top of what we'd already done, but I think it must've been for those that come from the top as less that 200m of clambering up and over rocks and steps we reached the falls. The water is cold, it is slippery and if you brave bare feet the stones are uncomfortable. But on a hot day, and a fair hike, who cares!
4.5 based on 169 reviews
This beautiful Monastery, which serves as a working Church, sits right in the heart of Omodos. I was surprised that much of it dates from the 19th Century - I thought it was a much older building, although some parts date back to the 14th Century. It was very busy when I visited but it was still peaceful and dignified. Features include gold-plated iconostatis, frescoes, a beautiful basilica and relics that include a section of rope said to have bound Christ to the cross. Shoulders must be covered when entering the Monastery and photography is not allowed.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Olive Park, Olive Mill, Olive Museum, Shop, Restaurant, Animals, Playground and more...
Oleastro is a perfect get away with your family or loved one, for children and adults. You adults will be amazed of the view and fresh air and your children will love the small tour, feeding the animals and yard of Oleastro. For those hungry, there is a small kitchen with standard traditional food. The service is kindly handled by the owners who are more than happy to answer any question.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
Located in Limassol in a spacious 3000 square meters, you will admire Classic, Historic and Collectible Cars. The "Cyprus Historic and Classic Motor Museum" is a remarkable home for classic cars with highlights of their historical and emotional value. Visitors can admire the museum's eclectic collection of cars covering the period of the last century. The museum highlights the cultural importance of the development and growth of the automobile industry. The oldest car in the collection at the moment is a Ford "T" roadster from 1912, which currently has 102 years of life on the road. The newest vehicle is a collectible piece from 2004. Each visitor can enjoy a different yet memorable experience learning the progress of the vehicles through the passage of time. The founding of the museum is due to the vision of veteran Rally Racing champion of International and Cypriot rally competitions, Mr. Dimi Mavropoulos. He gave his personal collection of historic, classic and collectable cars and launched this museum especially for their display. The Museum features a classic car rental service with a driver. You can enjoy special moments of your life whilst tootling along in an historic and unique classic car. This is an ideal choice for weddings, tours of the city of Limassol or even for those times when you feel like doing something different! In awareness of social responsibility, part of the proceeds from the entrance tickets of the museum will be given to charitable and philanthropic institutions.
Wonderful selection of classic cars. Very interesting museum, very welcoming, beautifully laid out, all cars beautifully restored with full information of the history of all the vehicles. Spotless inside plus interesting small items from years gone buy. Anyone interested in cars should visit.
4.5 based on 522 reviews
While visiting the Kourion Archaeological Site we were surprised to see from above this lovely beach in all its splendor and decided immediately to spend there the rest of the day. Not much need for further details, as it has Blue Flag classification, just a recommandation for one of the three restaurants on the beach, a classy one, where you can enjoy a tasty sea food meal: Chris Blue Beach.
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