Between the old city and the sea, lies the promenade Molos. Molos is more than a promenade, it is a work of art in the city. There are beautiful sculptures, playgrounds, rows of palm trees, cafes, restaurants and benches, and water features that visitors can take beautiful photos.
Situated in Fasouri, a village in Limasso’sl region Fasouri Watermania is the biggest among the 3 water parks in Cyprus. Families, young adults and children can enjoy a whole day with packs slides, pools, eateries and side-attractions into its 100,000 square-metres.
The nightlife of the city is vibrant, the youth hangs out mostly in Saripolou Square and Heroe’s Square, where many bars and nightclubs are situated. Whereas you are keen on a more sophisticated outing there are bars and night clubs in Tourist Area as well.
1. Limassol’s Castle
Limassol's Castle has a display of coins, weapons and pottery from different stages in the town’s history.
2. Kolossi Castle
What’s left is the compact keep, a large rectangular courtyard, a well and the ruins of a sugar factory, which was the local industry during medieval times.
3. Limassol District Archaeological Museum
Among the most striking exhibits are a pair of ornate animal-shaped wine vessels and a free-standing sculpture of the Roman god Bes.
4. Kourion Ancient Theatre and Sanctuary of Apollo
Both sights are situated in the area of Kourio. The ancient theatre accommodates music and theatrical events up to this day. The Sanctuary of Apollo was built around 700 BC up to 300 AD. People visited to worship Apollo as God of the island’s woodland.
5. Classic Historic and Motor Museum
The oldest car displayed in the museum was made the year 1886.
6. Amathus Ruins
Archaeological site with the ruins of an ancient royal city, with temples, baths & a necropolis.