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Cyprus offers rich history, stunning nature, and delicious wines, all waiting to be explored.

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MOUNTAINS

The Troodos Mountain villages of Limassol district are a world away from the hustle and bustle and the heart of the island’s viticulture. Quaint villages, waterfalls, ancient churches, Venetian waterfalls and the warmest welcome await you. A cooler respite in the summer months, this is the home of the island’s natural wonders which can be discovered through winding nature trails dotted with wild herbs and shy creatures, whilst a trip to the villages takes you on a cultural and gastronomic journey of the island’s history. When the snow falls, the mountain peaks are the perfect place for a spot of skiing in contrast to the beaches.

MONUMENTS

Rich in ancient history, Limassol is a treasure- trove of historic monuments that have been incorporated into the fabric of modern life. Amathous is one of the significant ancient city-kingdoms of Cyprus with various, rich archaeological finds at the site. Located in the old Turkish quarter, Kebir Mosque was built in the 16th century and is still operational today. The monastery of Agios Nikolaos ton Gaton (St. Nicholas of the Cats) is possibly the oldest monastery in Cyprus dating back to the 14th century. Kourion was an important city- kingdom in antiquity and stands as one of the most impressive archaeological sites in Cyprus. Serving as a fine example of military architecture, Kolossi Castle was originally built in the 13th century, and rebuilt in its present form in the 15th century.

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HISTORIC SQUARE

Limassol town centre has many distinctive squares where al-fresco drinking and dining is available year-round, and the crowds meet to mingle. The Medieval Castle is the focal point of a charming, cobbled square with a mixture of trendy and traditional cafés, restaurants and artisan workshops that embrace the grand fort (constructed in the Middle Ages). Created in 1901, Heroes Square was given its monument in honour of fallen soldiers in 1946. Today, it is a meeting point and a hive of activity with food establishments, galleries and trendy bars and clubs. Framed by shops, Saripolou Square & Old Market and its eclectic drinking and dining is the place to be on the weekend, filling up with the trend-setters.

CULTURE
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Limassol is home to diverse culture with a packed cultural calendar of world-class performances all year round, a thriving arts scene, and museums that showcase its rich and ancient history. Limassol Pattichio Municipal Theatre is the city’s official theatre and was renovated in recent years to become the home of quality cultural events. Limassol Municipal Art Gallery presents one of the largest and richest collections of Cypriot modern art with over 600 paintings, sculptures, pottery and mixed media pieces exhibited. The Cyprus Medieval Museum is housed in the Medieval Castle with exhibits that include Medieval pottery, tombstones, weapons, crosses and coins. The Cyprus Historic and Classic Motor Museum is a more contemporary museum that exhibits a collection of different and interesting cars.

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