Limassol is located on Cyprus’ southern coast and is an example of one of the area’s vital centers of tourism, trade, and services. Limassol is also renowned for its extensive cultural traditions. In 2012, Limassol was ranked 87th in the world for its quality of living, according to Mercer’s Quality of Living Survey.
You’ll find a variety of things to do in Limassol with everything from a pulsating nightlife scene to the Archaeological museums, Folk Art museums as well as local mediaeval castles.
Beaches in Limassol offer swimming, sun bathing, and more. Some of the ones to go to include Aphrodite’s Beach, which is famous for being the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite, or some of the others include Avdimou, Governor’s, Kourion and Lady’s Mile beaches to visit.
If you are one of those people who like water sports but don’t want to go to the beaches, Fasouri Watermania Water Park is the place for you. The park has loads of slides, shuts and fun rides for the entire family to enjoy. Definitely worth a visit!
Limassol features a subtropical Mediterranean climate, which means the summers area hot and dry, winters are mild, and spring and fall are usually warm. From December to March temperatures average from 16 °C (61 °F) to 20 °C (68 °F) in the daytime and from 7 °C (45 °F) to 12 °C (54 °F) at night.
If you are coming in March, don’t miss the world famous Marathon, which is an annual experience. September visitors should go to the wine festival, where they can try out free wine and participate in other fun activities. Cyprus is also quite famous for its Carnival Festival in February, which lasts for 10 days. The Carnival festival lasts for 10 days and includes some great entertainment, foods, street parades and much more.
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