Friday, July 11, 2014

Limassol: The District

The district of Limassol (also known as Lemesos) is one of the five districts in Cyprus.

Even though this district is located along the coast, the district of Limassol is also situated throughout the Troodos mountains and foothills. 

Within the Limassol district, the main city is Limassol.  Some of the villages in the Limassol district include: Agios Georgios Village, Agios Thomas Village, Agios Tychonas Village, Alektora Village, Anogyra Village, Foini Village, Kolossi Village, Laneia Village, Malia Village, Mathikoloni Abandoned Village, Monagri Village, Omodos Village, Parekklisia Village, Pissouri Village, Platanisteia Village, Platres Village, Troodos Village, Vasa Village, Vouni Village, Yermasoyia Village, etc.

In the Limassol district, there are numerous sites to visit, such as the Agios Georgios tou Alamanos Monastery, Akrotiri Salt Lake, Alassa Archeological Site, Amathus Archaeological Site, Amathus Ruins at Acropolis Hill, Amathus Seafront Pathways, Aplostra Beach, Archangelos Michael Monastery, Chantara Waterfall, Curium Beach, Fasouri Waterpark, Governor's Beach, Kaledonia Waterfall, Kolossi Castle, Kourion Archaeological Museum, Kourion Archaeological Site, Kourion Stadium, Kouris Dam, Limassol Archaeological Museum, Limassol Castle, Limassol Forest, Limassol Mall, Limassol Municipal Gardens, Limassol Promenade, Limassol Zoo, Maramenos Picnic Site, Mathikoloni Abandoned Village, Millomeris Waterfall, Mount Olympus, Oleastro Olive Park, Panagia Amasgous Monastery, Panagia Diakinousa Monastery Ruins, Pissouri Beach, Polemidia Park, Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates Archaeological Site, Santa Marina Retreat, Timios Stavros Church, Timios Stavros Monastery Ruins, Timiou Stavrou Monastery, Trooditissa Monastery, Trooditissa Picnic Site, Yermasoyia Dam, etc.

The district of Limassol features a variety of interesting places to explore.

Site: District of Limassol. 

Category: District. 

Location: Republic of Cyprus. 

Phone Number: N/A. 

Operating Hours: N/A. 

Entrance Fee: Free. 

Date of Visit: 2008 to 2014.

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