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An Introduction

Limassol is a very diverse city, a city you can very quickly grow to love. It's diversities lie in its many faces, it seasonable changeability and the beauty of the surrounding area.

Places of Interest in Limassol

The Archaeological Museum - The museum provides a very interesting collection of antiquities found in the district of Lemesos (Limassol).
The Folk Art Museum - This beautifully preserved old house provides a very interesting collection of Cypriot Folk Art of the last two centuries.
The Municipal Art Gallery - The Gallery has a splendid collection of paintings, including works of Cypriot artists, on permanent display. Some of them are:
Limassol Medieval Museum - This rich medieval museum is found inside the castle of the town, which is close to the old port.
The Castle - Limassol Castle was built by the Byzantines around l000 A.D.
The Public Garden and the Zoo - A lovely park with cafes, play areas and a zoo.
The Time Machine - A modern adventure telling the history of Cyprus, great fun, if a bit pricey.

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Contrasts of Limassol

Limassol Festivals

The Lemesos (Limassol) Carnival, Anthestiria - Flower Festival (May), Kataklysmos - Festival of the Flood (June), Shakespearean nights (June), The Wine Festival (September), Ancient Greek Drama Festival (July - August)

Limassol Beaches

Kourium Beach - Everyone's favourite, very sandy, safe clear sea, a few good restaurants. Can get busy at weekends and bank holidays.
Lady's Mile Beach - Another favourite, perhaps due to its close location to the city (next to the new port). It has quite a few restaurants, some far nicer than others.
Akotori Beach - Almost impossible to find, following a road best suited to a 4x4 vehicle. Very sandy, very quiet, no restaurants. Locals tell us the sea is not safe for swimming.

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