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Crowne Plaza Limassol

Explorar Limassol

Sugerencias locales

Sugerencias locales

Visita obligada

Check out the Limassol Medieval Castle in the historic town centre and take a walk in the pedestrianized area around the castle. Lots of local eateries, local crafts shops and local secrets are hidden in the narrow sockets of the old town. Being the closest beach hotel to the historic centre access from the hotel is easy: either 5 minutes by bus or 30 minutes on foot along a seafront promenade.


The Limassol Marina has now been completed featuring a selection of boutiques, restaurants and bars for a leisurely afternoon or evening. Two fishing vessels (Lady Thetis and Constandis) have been deployed to create an artificial reef diagonally opposite the Crowne Plaza. The sea in front of the hotel forms part of the new Limassol marine protected area.


In addition to its own charms, Limassol is a great base from which to explore the rest of the island. Visit the ancient wonders at Curium, picnic at the Venetian bridges of Elia and Tsielefos amongst the hidden pine trails of the forest or stopover at one of the ten Byzantine churches on the Unesco World Heritage list. In under an hour you can discover any one of these national treasures.

Actividad imprescindible

During the day go diving at one of several beginner and more advanced dive sites in and around Limassol for the chance to swim alongside magnificent Mediterranean marine life. At night feel the vibe and energy of a city that dances until dawn at one of Limassol's famous open-air beach clubs or alternative and stylish downtown lounge bars.

No se vaya a casa sin

Don't go home without tasting local food, bearing in mind that Cypriot taverns either specialize in meat or fish, never both! At Crowne Plaza Limassol we go LOCAL with our weekly Cyprus night on Tuesdays, as well as our local kitchen at Lime Beach Bar throughout the season. For a traditional fish meze we have some great seafront taverns within walking distance of the hotel.

Cosas que hacer

Cosas que hacer

Old City and Medieval Castle

Old Port, Limassol,

An interesting array of artefacts and weaponry can be found inside the castle and in the surrounding workshops. The old city has recently been pedestrianized allowing visitors to experience the traditional side of the city on foot. The area is full of restaurants, coffee shops and ice cream parlours, serving an array of traditional and international foods. The Old Town is a 7 minute drive and 25 minute walk from the hotel along a seafront prommenade.

Curium Archaeological Site, Greco-Roman theatre

Kourion Archaeological Site, Limassol,

A famous archaeological site with an amphitheatre used for live cultural performances during the summer located on cliffs overlooking the sea.

Archaeological Museum

5 Anastasi Sioukri & Vyronos, Limassol, 3405

This museum shows the development of civilisation on the island from the ninth millennium to the late Roman period. The museum is a 5 minute drive and a 15 minute walk from the hotel.

Yermasoyia Night Entertainment

5 Anastasi Sioukri & Vyronos, Limassol, 3405

A wide variety of bars and restaurants: Fat Fish Restaurant (150 metres from the hotel) Rumours Bar (1 km from the hotel) Teepee Rock Bar (1 km from the hotel) Starbucks (1km from the hotel) Costa Coffee (1km from the hotel) Häagen-Dazs (1km from the hotel) Guaba Beach Bar ( 3km from the hotel) Breeze Club (3km from the hotel)

Fasouri Watermania Waterpark

Fasouri, Trachoni, 4651

Water fun for all ages.

Amathus Archaeological Site

Amathus District, Limassol,

According to mythology, the ancient city-kingdom of Amathus is where Theseus left the pregnant Ariadne to be taken care of after his battle with the Minotaur. An important cult of Aphrodite-Astarte flourished here. Excavations have revealed parts of the Acropolis and Agora areas, as well as parts of the upper and lower city. The remains include five early Christian Basilicas that date back to the Archaic, Roman and Christian periods. Often used as a venue for concerts throughout the year.

Dassoudi Jogging Path/Beach

Amathus District, Limassol,

Perfect area for jogging or walking in a small forest full of Eucalyptus trees.

Kolossi Castle

Kolossi, Limassol,

A stronghold a few kilometers outside the city of Limassol, it held great strategic importance and contained production of sugar, one of Cyprus' main exports in the Middle Ages. The original castle was possibly built in 1210 by Frankish military when the land of Kolossi was given by King Hugh III to the Knights of the order of St. John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers) who made the famous Commandaria dessert wine. The present castle was built in 1454 by the Hospitallers.

Seafront Promenade and Sculpture Park

Limassol seafront, Limassol,

A beautiful seaside walk that will take you all the way from the hotel to the Molos Sculpture Park and into the old town. There are both pedestrian and cycle paths available, as well as several cafes on the way in case you get thirsty.

Golf Courses

Limassol seafront, Limassol,

There are several golf courses near Limassol, including the Intercontinental Aphrodite Hills which has beautiful golf courses overlooking the sea.

My Mall

1 Georgiou Griva Digeni, Limassol, 3010

Smart mall with many boutiques, small shops and an extensive array of eateries with a large car park and ice skating rink.