Limassol is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and spontaneous hospitality. Limassol is the second largest city of Cyprus with a population of approximately 200,000 and rightfully claims it’s expanded and dual role as both an international business centre and a bustling cosmopolitan metropolis. Apart from its Mediterranean tourist appeal, the city’s location combined with the island’s generous tax breaks attracts companies from around the world, offering feasible opportunities to establish a base for their operations in the wider region. As a result, the city features a mix of nationalities from east and west, which give it a multicultural air all its own, where it is easy to feel comfortable and at home. It is one of six districts and covers an area of 34.87 square kilometers.
Located on the southern coast, Limassol stretches around westward to the Paphos district, bordering with the district of Larnaca on the east and with Nicosia on the north. is the island’s largest seaside resort. Its 15-kilometre coastline is marked by long-stretched sandy beaches bustling with bathers; varied water sports opportunities, as well as diverse cruises that offer charming views of the coast or a dreamy Mediterranean sunset experience.