Amathusia Beach Apts, LA13
Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
The flat is very private and secluded, although located in prime part of Limassol Tourist Area, satisfying all tastes: you can enjoy quiet and peaceful holidays, or you can have active holidays enjoying any sport, like horse riding, golf, paintball etc within the radius of 20 km, or sea-sports (as a number of blue-flag beaches are within a short stroll).
Location of Limassol enables you to wonder around Cyprus, exploring its beauties and hospitality of local people. Cyprus Capital, Nicosia, and other two major towns of Cyprus, Larnaca and Paphos, are within 45 min drive away. It will take you an hour by car to reach Troodos Mountain, with the altitude of almost 2000 m, where you can hike as much as you like (or go skiing in the winter), exploring reach Cyprus flora and fauna.
Lovers of ancient history may spend a lifetime in Cyprus exploring its cultural heritage, going back to 10th millennium B.C.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Mediterranean Beach Hotel 200 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Paphos 68 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ|
The Limassol region
Limassol is the 2nd largest city in Cyprus, with a population of around 250,000. It is the largest city in geographical size, and the biggest municipality on the island. Limassol is the biggest Cypriot port in the Mediterranean transit trade. It has also become one of the most important tourism, trade and service-providing centers in the area. It enjoys an average of 325 sunny days a year.
Limassol is renowned for its long cultural tradition, and is home to the Cyprus University of Technology. A wide spectrum of activities and a number of museums and archaeological sites are available to the interested visitor. Consequently, Limassol attracts a wide range of tourists mostly during an extended summer season to be accommodated in a wide range of hotels and apartments. A large marina is currently being constructed near the old town.
Limassol was built between two ancient cities, Amathus and Kourion, so during Byzantine rule it was known as Neapolis (new town). Limassol's tourist strip now runs east along the coast as far as Amathus. To the west of the city is the Akrotiri Sovereign Base Area, part of the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia.
The medieval (Byzantine) castle, called Limassol Castle, is one of the nine castles of Cyprus. It was built by the Byzantines around 1000 AD. Around the same period, a chapel was also built there. Richard the Lionheart is supposed to have married his fiancée Princess Berengaria of Navarre on this site after her ship was grounded nearby in 1191 as she accompanied him to the Third Crusade, on his way to Holy Land. The Castle was used as a prison, between 1790–1940 and it now serves as a medieval museum. The collection that the museum provides covers the era of 400 - 1870 AD. A visitor can see numerous exhibits: cannons, wood carvings of the 17th and 18th century, paintings and tombstones, statues, suits of armour, coins, terracotta, metalware and pottery, glass and marble articrafts.
The Archaeological Museum provides a very interesting collection of antiquities found in the district of Limassol, dating from the Neolithic Age to the Roman period. Some of the archaeological discoveries are: Stone axes of the Neolithic and Chalcolithic period, potteries and objects of the ancient cities of Curium and Amathus, as well as Roman terracottas, gold jewellery, coins, sculptures, columns, vases, earrings, rings, necklaces, marble statues etc.
The Folk Art Museum is beautifully preserved old house which provides a very interesting collection of Cypriot Folk Art of the last two centuries. Some of the most fascinating objects of the collection are: national costumes, tapestry, embroidery, wooden chests, waistcoats, men’s jackets, necklaces, a variety of light clothes, town costumes, country tools etc. The museum was established in 1985. More than 500 exhibits are housed in its six rooms. The museum was awarded the Europa Nostra prize in 1989. Here, the visitor can study Cypriot culture through the hand-made exhibits.
Public Garden is situated on the coastal road. It provides a great variety of vegetation: eucalyptus trees, pine trees and cypresses. In this beautiful environment the citizens of Limassol and many visitors can walk around and enjoy themselves. Inside the garden, there is a small zoo. There, the visitor can see deer, moufflons, ostriches, pheasants, tigers, lions, monkeys, vultures, pelicans and other animals and different kinds of birds.Not far from the zoo there is the small natural history museum and the garden theatre that is reconstructed to host famous international groups.
A series of public sculptures commissioned by the Limassol Municipality, can be found on the reclamation (now Twin Cities park), spanning one mile (1.6 km) of Seafront reclaimed land. The sculptues were created by Costas Dikefalos, Thodoros Papayiannis, Yiorgos Tsaras, Vassilis Vassili, Christos Riganas, Kyriakos Rokos, Manolis Tsombanakis and Yiorgos Houliaras from Greece, Kyriakos Kallis, Nikos Kouroussis, Helene Black and Maria Kyprianou from Cyprus, Saadia Bahat from Israel, Victor Bonato from Germany and Ahmet El-Stoahy from Egypt.
Limassol is famous in Cyprus for its festivals, like the Carnival and Wine Festival. The Limassol Carnival festival lasts for ten (10) days, with jolly and amusing masquerading. This custom is very old, going back to pagan rituals. With the passage of time it has acquired a different, purely entertaining character, with a large, popular following. The festival starts with the entrance parade of the King Carnival, followed by a fancy-dress competition for children. During the Carnival parade in the main streets, large crowds from all over the island gather to watch the floats with the serenade and other masqueraded groups. Many fancy-dress balls and parties take place at many hotels every night.
Furthermore, the city of Limassol introduced the first Beer festival in July 2003. This is a three day dance festival by the sea in the heart of the city centre. Visitors can enjoy a variety of Cypriot beers and imported beers such as KEO, Heineken, Amstel and Becks. The entrance to the festival is free of charge and beers are sold at low prices, complemented by a mix of international music.
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3 Sep 2014
Traveled to Cyprus with five of my family, including my three year old granddaughter, to visit family who live in Limassol. The apartment was fantastic, ideal for the youngster, ground floor, own pr… More
2 Sep 2014
"Everything you could possibly need"
We booked here as we were getting married in limassol, being a family of 6 and a two week holiday that included a wedding a hotel was a pricey option. The owner was very helpful before we arrived emai… More
24 Feb 2014
This is the first time we have stayed at this apartment and we look forward to booking again.Miroslav is a very nice gentleman. He met us on our arrival, gave us the keys, showed us around the apartm… More
28 Jul 2013
"Wonderful holiday in a wonderful flat"
I stayed in the flat with my two children, my husband and his parents. The flat was very well suited for all of us - the private garden is large and secluded and offers a large grass area which is shaded by palm leaves - a great place to chill out! The pool is huge, and even though it is communal, it was always empty. The adjecent pool is also secure, so we could leave our kids to play there without worry. There is a beach just across the road and a little supermarket around the corner.
The flat was clean and actually looked nicer than the pics so we were pleasantly surprised. Miroslav also waited for us in person to give us the keys and showed us around - very helpful indeed!
14 Jul 2013
"Fantastic!! Central location & excellent apartment"
I stayed here with my Husband, 3 children & Mother.
Ground floor was great.
The garden is large & very private with a private walkway directly to the pool (walk of about 15 seconds)
There is also a shed in the garden with some beach / pool toys
Miroslav's wife left us a welcome hamper with a lovely card - very nice to arrive to something like this!
Cleaner did a fantastic job while we were there & is very trustworthy
Car parking space available & car would be recommended as it would be about 30-45min walk into the centre of town.
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