Travel Guide Europe Cyprus Limassol


Sights and Activities

  • Fasouri Watermania Waterpark - The biggest Waterpark in Cyprus both in size and number of attractions and facilities (with 30 different slides for all ages)
  • Kourion (Curium) - One of the most spectacular archaeological sites on the island, Kourion was an important city kingdom where excavations continue to reveal impressive new treasures




Limassol is fairly hot all year round but cooler in the winter months (October to March). Temperatures often reach over 40 °C in summer.



Getting There

By Plane

Limassol is pretty much equidistant between Paphos and Larnaca, so you can fly to either of these. Several lowcost airlines also fly there.



Getting Around

By Car

Car rental is fairly inexpensive in Cyprus.

By Public Transport

Buses run up and down the main coastal road in Limassol all day.

By Foot

A beach walkway spans all the way along coast and through some of the nice hotel private beaches.

By Bike

Bike hire is possible from a number of locations in Limassol. Some of the giftshops along with several car rental agencies hire out bikes. There are cycle paths along the whole length of the coastal path aswell.




  • Guabos Beach Bar





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Keep Connected


Internet access is increasingly available in tourist centres in the form of internet cafés and side rooms equipped with monitors. Prices vary, so shop about. €2 an hour seems average, but you can do better. Many cafés now offer free wi-fi access and hotels and resorts often offer Internet access to their guests.


See also: International Telephone Calls

The country calling code to Cyprus is: 357. To make an international call from Cyprus, the code is: 00

Fixed-line telephone in Cyprus is provided by Cyta, an independent (but government-owned) company and PrimeTel; both provide packages for home and business usage. Cyta public phones are in all towns, villages, ports and airports. There are three types of public telephones, coinphones, outdoor cardphones and indoor cardphones. All public phones can be used for local and international calls. Cardphones accept payment by Telecards, which are available in various denominations. They can be purchased at banks, post offices, souvenir shops, kiosks and CytaShops.

Mobile cellular telephones are available from major retailers and phone shops. If coming to Cyprus with a phone from another country, it may be possible to use it in Cyprus if the frequency band is the same (GSM 900/1800; UMTS 2100). The most economical way to make and receive calls will likely be to purchase a SIM card in Cyprus. All incoming calls are free and local calls are charged at a local rate.


Cyprus Postal Services is the postal operator of Cyprus and operate the government-operated Post Office. A legacy of British colonial rule is the use of pillar boxes (mail boxes) with the initials of the British monarch, although after independence they were painted yellow. It offers relatively cheap but not extremely efficient and reliable services. Post offices in Cyprus are generally open from 07:30am to 1:30pm. In some districts the post offices are also open in the afternoon. If you want to send a package, you will be better of using companies like DHL, UPS or TNT.

Accommodation in Limassol

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