Limassol is the year-round destination of Cyprus. A cosmopolitan sea-side destination with a unique identity, based on its rich history and culture, its special characteristics and the wide variety of options available for tourists including cycling, mini cruises to nearby destinations, Byzantine churches routes, wine routes and much more.
Today, the second largest city of Cyprus with a population of around 200.000, 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.
Why in Limassol?
As Limassol’s appeal continues to grow, so do its plans to develop even further. The increasing number regional and international conferences held on the island every year has prompted the government to start planning a purpose-built, full-scale conference centre in Limassol with a capacity of 3000 delegates.
- Ideally located, 40m drive from both International airports of Larnaca & Paphos
- Round the year activity (nightlife, restaurants, bars, taverns)
- Covers a 15k coastline with safe, sandy blue flag beaches
- 2-in-1: Business Centre in a safe sea resort environment
- Limassol Marina
- Biggest port of the Mediterranean
- A Healthy Climate All Year Round
- Strong Economy
- Islands hot spot for offshore companies due to the legislative and tax system.
- Home for some of the islands biggest law firms
- Strong presence of fiduciary companies and of all big 4 audit firms
- Strong presence of Trust and Hedge Fund organizations
- Shopping streets, centres, and the islands biggest mall
- Healthcare is vital
- Over 4 International schools
- Rich in culture & archaeology
- The activities of the emerging source of oil and gas starts in Limassol
- Easy access to the Middle East and Europe.
- Festivals and events in the city centre including the wine festival, carnival, the flower festival, the marathon, rally etc.
- Limassol Conference Centre
- Biggest casino in the Mediterranean ( open 2018)
Such progress is destined to generate an even greater demand for property, whether for holiday accommodation, permanent residence or as a viable and promising investment. This enticing mix has elevated Limassol to one of the foremost destination attractions in Europe.