Limassol remains the perfect year-round destination, even in winter. With its mild climate and the island's compact size, visitors can seamlessly transition from its inviting seafront ports to thrilling mountain sports in less than 50 minutes. Whether you are seeking coastal relaxation or mountain adventures, Limassol offers the best of both worlds throughout the year.
The city offers the ideal conditions and facilities for a variety of sporting pastimes, as well as hosting major annual tournaments. Residents and visitors can enjoy golfing, ball sports, sand sports, running, sports training and so much more, including participation or spectating in world-class sporting events. The region around it also offers a wide variety of activities, from water-skiing, wind-surfing, scuba-diving, sailing and fishing, to a range of sporting facilities and championship golf courses. Beach tennis at one of the specially created courts is also found on the sands.
Among the most favoured sports within the Limassol region are cycling along the city paths and Limassol’s 17km coastline while winding mountain roads at Limassol area and wild trails of the Troodos Mountains offer more challenging routes.
The warm, clear waters and lack of strong tides and currents around Cyprus make it an ideal place to dive. The most famous dive wreck is the Zenobia which lies in 18-42m of water off the port of Larnaca, 40 miles northeast of Limassol, is considered by many to be the finest dive site in the Mediterranean. The sunken Swedish ferry has remained remarkably intact since it sank with 200 million worth of vehicles and cargo in 1980, and it ranks as one of the top 10 wreck dives in the world and one of the top 25 dive sites anywhere.
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