Santa Barbara, cave-chapel. Located on a a hill adjacent to Amathus ancient site, among ruins of the east necropolis and next to new build, posh villas.
Visit during morning or afternoon hours for historical sightseeing and small hike and great views
Stunning vista's, family friendly walks and hikes as well as access to the ruins and archaeological treasures!
“Plussea Beach, Agios Tychonas. Ideal for swimming and having mouth watering dishes, signature cocktails and stunning views of the sea. Plenty of free parking space. in September-October you might be lucky to spot some of the sand lilies on the beach. Do not disturb as they are protected flora. ”
“Walk along the Limassol coast, enjoy an evening stroll, have a coffee or a drink at one of the cafes and spend time among locals, tourists and a variety of nationalities living and enjoying Limassol”
“A must see place! You can combine it with a nice swim at Agios Ermogenis Beach which is right below the Ancient Theatre”
“A must see when in Limassol. A lot of cafes, restaurants around to spend the whole day while there ”
“Lady's Mile beach, Akrotiri Salt Lake to St Nicholas, Monastery of the Cats. Walk along the Lady's Mile beach until you reach the fenced perimeter of the Akrotiri Bases. Follow the fence, heading west until you reach the paved road leading to the Monastery. Ruins of one of the oldest monasteries, founded in AD 327 can be seen in the yard. According to legend, St Helena, mother of Constantine the Great, sent a shipment of cats to the area to combat the great number of snakes. Walk back the same way. Bring plenty of water with you, wear a hat and sunscreen. Do the walk in the early morning. ”
Agios Tychon, Limassol