Today we are going to drive to a city which never sleeps. This is in the south of the island a well-known cosmopolitan city with its largest seaside resorts, along with bicycle and pedestrian routes is of course known as LIMASSOL. ’Sculpture Park’ is on our way to The Medieval Castle’. The castle will be our stop after entering the old town of Limassol.’Buyuk Kebir Mosque’,’ Hamam’ surrounded with small authentic shops and cafes are the places that have the biggest attraction of the area. ‘The old harbor’ with their new stylish has introduced a new look for the city where you can find coffee shops and very good fish restaurants with fresh fish and seafood. ‘Kolossi Castle’ will be our last stop of the day. This tour is mainly on foot in Limassol and it will give you the opportunity to see the biggest cosmopolitan city of the island.
‘Sculpture Park’: 16 sculptures from local and foreign artists are exhibited in the park by the seaside.
‘Medieval Castle’: It was built in the 13th century at the sight of a Byzantine church. The walls were made stronger by Venetians to stop the attacks of pirates. Richard Lionheart married Berengaria of Navarria here. Ottomans used the place as a garrison and as a police station by the British. Now a museum.
‘Buyuk Kebir Mosque’: This Is also known as The Great Mosque which was built by the Ottomans in the 16th century.
‘Hamam’:A Turkish bath.
‘Kolossi Medieval Castle’: It was built in the 13th century and rebuilt again the 15thcentury.It is the castle after the fall of Acre where Richard Lionheart and the Knights had stayed.