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Limassol by day
The old town Lemesos (Limassol) is the heart of the city with its narrow streets radiating out from the old fishing harbour. The medieval castle was the site of a royal wedding in the Middle ages between Richard the Lionheart and Berengaria of Navarre and now houses the Cyprus Medieval Museum.
The town has grown in recent years and now covers a 15 kilometer coastline lined with hotels and apartment buildings interspersed with eucalyptus groves and linked by a promenade which is popular with walkers or joggers.

Curium Archeological Site
One of the most spectacular archeological sites on the island, Curium was an important city kingdom where excavations continue to reveal impressive new treasures. Curium is 15 kilometers away from Limassol and easily reachable by local buses or taxis.

Kolossi Medieval Castle
Kolossi castle is situated 11 kilometers west from Limassol. It was built in the 15th century on the ruins of former fortress which belonged to the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem. The castle is 21 meters high square tower with three floors and it is the place where one of the oldest named wines 'Commandaria' was first produced.

Amathus Archeological site
One of the most important city kingdoms of ancient Cyprus, Amathus is situated 10 kilometers east of Limassol. The ruins are interesting and Amathus can be reached with the bus number 30 or by walking along the pedestrian walkway on the beachfront.


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