Situated on the island’s south, just east of the Akrotiri peninsula, Limassol is cradled between two major archaeological sites; Curium (Kourion) to the west and Amathus to the east. Limassol is the country’s major commercial and passenger port giving residents and visitors alike the chance to explore the countries that fringe the eastern Mediterranean and the Greek Islands aboard one of the numerous mini-cruises that regularly slip anchor.

Limassol is a sizeable town that is a colorful mixture of old and new; history and archaeology, modern office blocks and traditional coffee shops, the latest fashion shops and small family tailors’ workshops and international restaurants serving a spectrum of cuisines and an equally diverse nightlife including classic music, drama, Cypriot folk dancing and night clubs on the beach - Limassol definitely has something for everyone! Read more... 

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Source: AllaboutCyprus