Limassol, popular as a ‘sea and sun’ tourist destination is nevertheless a winter trip one should not miss! The weather is as mild as 13°C even at night time, so if you are looking for the ultimate coziness, Limassol should definitely be at the top of your Winter holidays list.
It’s not only more attractive room rates and airfares. Limassol has plenty of options for the traveler all year round. Besides a very rich list of archaeological and cultural sites to visit, one can enjoy vibrant nightlife and gastronomy, the sumptuous atmosphere of a wide selection of wine bars, and a great variety of activities for all ages.
Cycling, hiking, bird watching, horse riding, sailing, air sports (weather permitting), snow skiing (usually between January and March), tennis, spa, shopping … are just a few of the available options. Visitors can explore wine routes in the region considered to be the centre of Cyprus’ wine industry, or byzantine churches routes to become familiar with yet another aspect of Cyprus civilization by discovering churches and monasteries of the former Byzantine Empire. And of course, in winter time, one can enjoy a slower pace of life and get a chance to meet the locals and make the trip memorable and special.
Limassol, popular as a ‘sea and sun’ tourist destination is nevertheless a Christmas trip one should not miss! Whether you are a child, an adult, a parent or a senior citizen looking for the ultimate coziness, Limassol should definitely be at the top of your Christmas list. During the Christmas period Limassol is home to number of events and fairs, in a more traditional and magical atmosphere where locals and tourists come together in mutual, festive celebrations!
With mild weather even at night time, all the merry events are happening both indoors and outdoors, with no need for more than a light jacket to enjoy the holidays. Order the chilliest drink or the hottest cup of cocoa and join in the holiday celebrations with absolutely no worries.
Scroll down Anexartisias shopping street, located in the very centre of Limassol, and enjoy the choir’s jolly festive melodies while admiring the city’s tallest and brightest Christmas tree. Then, satisfy your belly with one of the world’s greatest cuisines.
Enjoy the Mediterranean flavors along with the traditional Christmas luscious buffets either for lunch or dinner, of if you can handle, both!
With the sea on the one side and the Christmas festivities on the other, one should not miss the chance of spending the Christmas holidays anywhere else than in Limassol.