Limassol (or Lemesos) is the second largest city of Cyprus. The city is between two archaeological sites: the ancient city-kingdom of Amathus to the east, and the ancient city-kingdom of Kourion to the west.

The island’s main port is located in Limassol and is considered one of the greatest commercial ports of the Mediterranean, as well as one of the most important maritime, commercial and services centres in the wider region. It is also a popular tourist destination with its historical streets, kilometers of beaches, restaurants, and hotels.


The warmth of Limassol

Limassol is always full of life and hospitable people. The opening of the Cyprus University of Technology in 2007 has been one of the most important contributions to the development and stimulation of the city centre. In the area around the castle of Limassol and by the coast you will always find people shopping, having a drink or dinner or just walking around and enjoying the amazing atmosphere.

The city is famous for its Carnival - dated back to the 19th century - during which the whole city goes in party mode. Moreover, Limassol is the centre of Cyprus' wine industry. So the annual Wine Festival, during which one can try local wine, is not to be missed.


The city means business

Besides being made for leisurely strolls and joyous moments under the sun, Limassol is also booming with entrepreneurial opportunities. The city has been transforming into a modern business and technology hub, with the local government supporting companies that decide to relocate to the island. Combine the favorable conditions attracting creative minds from all over the world with Limassol's charm, and you'll understand why many promising and established businesses choose the city as their base. 

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