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Limassol Getaway 4D3N

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  • Cyprus / Limassol
  • 4 Days 3 Nights or 3 Days 2 Nights
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  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Speaking tour guide
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Limassol Getaway 4D3N

Post Covid: Travel requirements are continuously being updated, and may change till the day of travel or arrival date (as in: Visa, City lockdown, etc.)
Some governments or states or cities are implementing shelter-in-place orders restricting travel, access to public places (e.g. cafes, bars, restaurants, sites) and transient lodging.
Therefore some hotels are required to close for a period of time; or are finding prudent to temporarily close to public.
Consequently, with the ongoing growing concerns about the impact of the Covid pandemic and the resulting uncertainties in the immediate future, Some Hotels (if open) are continuously changing their Rates.
The Occupancy Ratio and Price List are constantly fluctuating and hence it is hard to preset a fixed rate.
Hence prices are on Request Basis.
Please tell us what your needs are e.g. Hotel Category (5-star, 4-star, 3-star), Hotel Location, Number of Nights, other; and we shall send you the package that suits you best.
We are an email away and happy to help.

 
Important Notices:

  • Prices are on request and subject to Availability at the time of booking.
  • For other Alternative Hotels and Tours, please contact us.

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Package is quoted per person in USD and includes:

  • 03-Night accommodation at the hotel of your choice in LIMASSOL.
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast
  • Private Transfer Airport/Hotel/Airport.
  • Limited Availability

Hotel Options: 3* Navarria Hotel; 4* Atlantic Miramare Hotel; 4* Poseidon Hotel; 4*  Mediterranean Beach Hotel; 4* Elias Beach Hotel; 4* Columbia Beach Pissouri; 5* St Raphael; 5* Royal Apollonia Beach; 5* Amathus Beach Hotel; 5* Four Seasons Hotel, other.

 

From our Ambassadors to Cyprus, SITES TO SEE IN LIMASSOL

Limassol (Lemesos) is a 5.000-year settlement; and has developed into a 21st century city.

Limassol Old Port
The recently completed Old Port project has turned the Limassol traditional fishing port into a place full of life, for both locals and visitors who wish to enjoy their time by the sea. The project features trendy cafes and restaurants, as well as a picturesque pier that stands since 1880 and offers the perfect spot for a romantic walk or a place to sit relax and enjoy the endless sea view.

 

FESTIVALS IN LIMASSOL

  • The city of Limassol (Lemesos) is also well known for its year round street parties, traditional cultural celebrations and religious festivals.
    Christmas: Special Christmas events such as concerts and festive plays are held throughout Limassol in public places. Especially on the weekend before Christmas, the main shopping strip of Anexartisias is closed off so people can walk freely…
  •  Carnival: Easter, the most important festival in the Greek Orthodox Religion held between February and March of every year.
  • The ‘Apokreo’ festival starts two weeks before the 50 day Greek Orthodox Lenten period. The first week is called ‘Kreatini’ (Meat Week) as it is the last week people are allowed to eat meat before Easter. The second week is known as the ‘Tyrini’ (Cheese Week), when dairy products are allowed to be eaten. The festivities begin on the Thursday of the Meat Week, and the day is known as ‘Tsiknopefti’.
  • The Grand Carnival Parade takes place on the last Sunday of Cheese Week. It starts with the entrance parade of the King Carnival, followed by local people dressed in fancy costumes. “Green Monday,” sometimes called as “Clean Monday” follows the two weeks of Carnival festivities and is also the first day of Lent, which is a national holiday in Cyprus.
  • A great number of people from all over the island including tourists, gather to watch the floats with the serenade and other masqueraded groups which last up to ten days. To celebrate the occasion, many hotels in the city organise fancy-dress balls and parties during this period.

Kataklysmos
This festival takes place near the coast of Limassol, as the word ‘Kataklysmos’ means flood and therefore is associated with the sea. It is said that the Kataklysmos festival originates from ancient ceremonies hosted in honour of Aphrodite and Adonis.

The festival takes place 50 days after Easter, in June and is celebrated with lots of water games; it is a tradition to drench one another with sea, river or lake-water

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Limassol Old Town, (Main Square, Central Limassol, off Sp Araouzou Street):

  • Limassol Castle (14th century). This is where Richard the Lionheart of England married Berengaria. Now, it is home to Limassol Medieval Museum with a fascinating collection of suits of armor, weaponry, religious icons, and tombstones.
  • Limassol Cathedral.
  • Grand Mosque.
  • Lanitis Art Foundation
  • Kolossi Castle, built in AD 1210 by the Knights of St. John: a fine example of military architecture. Enter the Castle, decently-preserved fresco depicting Jesus’ crucifixion on the main entrance wall. Ruins of a medieval factory where the knights processed sugar cane.
  1. Archaeological Museum.
  2. Limassol Municipal Gardens.
  3. Amathus Ruins: Amathus was an important port city, exporting the island’s copper and timber.
  • On the hill above are the remnants of the Acropolis.
  • Temple of Aphrodite, with the entrance marked by a large stone jar.
  • At the bottom of the hill is a ruined Byzantine basilica.
  1. Limassol Castle.
  2. Limassol Marina.
  3. Fasouri Watermania.
  4. Beaches:
  • Lady’s Mile Beach.
  • Kourion Beach.
  • Avdimou beach.
  • Pissouri village.
  1. Ancient Kourion: 20 kilometers west of Limassol.
  2. Aphrodite’s Rock (Petra tou Romiou): 43 kilometers west of Limassol.
  3. Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas of the Cats, Akrotiri Peninsula: 16 kilometers southwest of Limassol.
  4. Platres, high up in the Troodos Massif: 35 kilometers north of Limassol.
  • Kaledonian Falls.
  • Village of Foini.
  • Village of Pouziaris.
  1. Sanctuary of Apollo: 23 kilometers west of Limassol.
  2. Kykkos Monastery: 74 kilometers north of Limassol.
  3. Pedoulas Village: 54 kilometers north of Limassol (http://www.pedoulasvillage.com/).

Links: http://www.limassolmunicipal.com.cy/tour/highlights_en.html

 

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  • Limassol Castle, Limassol, Cyprus
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  • Limassol Marina Street, Limassol, Cyprus
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  • Promenade, Christodoulou Chatzipavlou, Limassol, Cyprus

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