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Things to Do in Limassol

Located on the sun-soaked southern coast of Cyprus, Limassol (or Lemesos) is the island’s largest coastal resort, flanked by sandy beaches and strategically located for visiting the nearby sights. Whether you want to swim, snorkel or try your hand at water sports, there’s something for all the family at Limassol’s beaches and the lively waterfront is crammed with bars, restaurants and nightclubs. The busy resort is also renowned as the island’s party capital and hosts a number of popular festivals throughout the year including a colorful Carnival parade, the summer Limassol Festival and the Kourion Drama Festival.

Set against a backdrop of rolling vineyards and the looming Troodos mountains, Limassol is also the center of Cyprus’ winemaking industry, with highlights including the Cyprus Wine Museum and the annual Wine Festival held for 10 days in September. It’s not all about drinking and sunbathing, though – there’s also an abundance of historic sites, like the Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates, the 14th-century Lemesos Castle, home to the Cyprus Medieval Museum, and the nearby ancient cities of Kourion and Amathus.
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Fasouri Watermania
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Covering 100,000 square meters, Fasouri Watermania is the most popular waterpark in Cyprus. With 30 different slides, three restaurants, six snack bars and the largest wave pool in the country, there is a little something for everyone. A Lazy River winds some 400 meters around the park and is perfect for anyone looking to relax. On the other hand, the Wet Wall Climb, is a major test of upper body strength as visitors try to get from one end of the park’s largest pool to the other. Other rides include the Kamikaze slide, which reaches speeds of up to 50 kilometers per hour, the six-story Aqua Tube slides and the Black Hole slide, in which visitors plunge through complete darkness. Baby bungee swings are available for children up to three years old. Other activities include a massage parlor, fish spa and temporary tattoo parlor.

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Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum

The Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum exhibits classic and historic cars that range from a Ford Model-T dating back to 1912 to the former rides of famous politicians. Along with the 90-strong collection of well-preserved cars, there’s a movie space where a film short calledMotoring through Ages plays on a loop.

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