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Basic information about Limassol
Limassol District (/ˈlɪməsɒl/) or Lemesos (Greek: Λεμεσός [lemeˈsos]; Turkish: Limasol or Leymosun; Armenian: Լիմասոլ) is one of the six districts of Cyprus. As of 2011, it had a population of 235,330, 77% of which was urban. Its main city is Limassol. Part of the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia forms an enclave on the Akrotiri Peninsula, under the sovereignty of the United Kingdom.
Cities, towns & villages in Limassol
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Páno PlátresPlatres (Greek: Πλάτρες) is a mountainous village in Cyprus. It is located on the southern slopes of the Troödos Mountains (Greek: Τρόοδος, Turkish: Trodos) and is one of the Krasochoria (Greek: (wine villages). Platres is the largest Troodos resort, situated about 5km from Troodos square, 25 kilometers (16 mi) north-west of Limassol and 45 kilometers (28 mi) south-west of the capital Nicosia. Platres is a very old village and is mentioned among the 119 villages of the Limassol district that existed during the Lusignan Era (1192-1489 AD) and the Venetian Era (1489-1571 AD). Platres or Pano Platres (Upper Plátres) (Greek: Πάνω Πλάτρες, Turkish: Yukarı Platres) is the principal hill resort of Cyprus. The town has a resident population of fewer than 300, but this can swell to 1000 Show Páno Plátreson the map
KoilaniKoilani (Greek: Κοιλάνι) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 km south of Pera Pedi. The picturesque village of Koilani is built close to the west bank of the river Kryos (Cold River), a tributary of the Kouris River, at an altitude of 820 meters. Tall mountaintops come into view from all the sides of the village, adding a unique beauty to the landscape. It has a distance of 36 kilometres from Limassol (north-westerly). The village is connected through a motorway to Pera Pedi in the east, to Vouni in the south-east, to Mandria in the north, and to Silikou in the south-east. Koilani has preserved -to a great degree -the rich, traditional folk architecture of the wine-producing villages of the Limassol district. Narrow, paved, ascending alleys, tiled roofs, picturesque@en . Show Koilanion the map
LimnátisLimnatis (Greek: Λιμνάτης, Italian: Limnati) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km south of Agios Mamas. Limassol or Lemesos is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus and capital of the eponymous district. The municipality is the most populous in the country with 101,000 inhabitants. The Limassol urban area has a population of 160,000. Limassol, a busy port on the south coast of Cyprus, isn’t just the island’s biggest resort, it’s one of the best, too. It can easily match the capital, Nicosia, for cosmopolitan buzz. It can keep the pace with Ayia Napa in the nightlife stakes. And the beach life is on a par with any of the island’s top sandy stretches.On the east side of Limassol is Dasoudi Beach. It’s a busy Blue Flag stretch of golden sand and pebbles, with tonnes@en . Show Limnátison the map
ParamáliParamali (Greek: Παραμάλι) is a village on the south coast of the island of Cyprus, in the Limassol District 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of Avdimou. Its district covers an area stretching north from the south coast of Cyprus, with roughly equal parts falling in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia to the south, and in the Republic of Cyprus to the north. There are turtle-nesting areas on the main beach on the coast, protected by the fact that the roads down to them are not obviously marked. But the beaches are also used by kite-surfers and others. Show Paramálion the map
DorósDoros (Greek: Δωρός) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 1 km north of Monagri. Doros in Greek or Thoros in English is the name of the village, which is situated on a hill of 470 metres. It is hidden and surrounded by almond trees and grape vines. Doros is 25 km outside Limassol on the left side of the main road if you are travelling towards Troodos. At the beginning of July 2002, an ancient tomb was discovered and was handed over to the Antiques Department. Show Doróson the map
PáchnaPachna (Pakhna, Πάχνα) is a village in the Limassol District of the Republic of Cyprus. It is situated on the south slopes of the Troödos mountain range at an altitude of 745 m (2447 ft). The name Pachna is thought to originate from the ancient Greek word “πάχνη” (pachni) which relates to the morning white frost found on leaves following a chilly night. Another explanation could come from the alternative meaning of “πάχνη”, a manger, in reference to its protected location amidst the surrounding high hills. During the Frankish and Venetian occupations of Cyprus the village appeared on maps under the name of Padena. Show Páchnaon the map
KoukáKouka (Greek: Κουκά) is a small village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, in the foothills of the Troodos Mountains on the western slopes of the Kouris Valley. The village is 2 km south of Pera Pedi on the road to Sylikou, and it is home to the church of Timios Stavros (Holy Cross). Kouka Village and its History Kouka derives its name from the word \"Koka\", the type of hair of a noble man who had most of the village as his property, probably during the Venetian period in Cyprus. There are a number of historical references to Kouka in the standard texts. Show Koukáon the map
LimassolLimassol (/ˈlɪməsɒl/; Greek: Λεμεσός [lemeˈsos]; Turkish: Limasol or Leymosun; Armenian: Լիմասոլ) is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus and capital of the eponymous district. Limassol is the second largest urban area in Cyprus, with an urban population of 160,000–176,700. Limassol has been ranked by TripAdvisor as the 3rd up-and-coming destination in the world, in its Top 10 Traveler’s Choice Destinations on the Rise. The city is also ranked 87th worldwide in Mercer's Quality of Living Survey (2015). Show Limassolon the map
Páno PolemídiaPano Polemidia (Greek: Πάνω Πολεμίδια; Turkish: Yukarı Binatlı) is a large village lying partly in the Limassol District of Cyprus. It has a population of 3443 according to the 2011 census. It is near Kato Polemidia. Before 1950s, Pano Polemidia had a pure Turkish Cypriot population: in 1901, there were 121, and in 1946, there were 154 Turkish Cypriots in the village. Show Páno Polemídiaon the map
Ágios MámasAgios Mamas (Greek: Άγιος Μάμας) is a small village in the Limassol region of Cyprus. It is located on the southern slopes of the Troodos mountain range in the area famous for its Commandaria wine. The village is built in an amphitheatric layout under Mount Zalaka. It is named after Saint Mamas, a 3rd-century Christian martyr and the main village church, built on the hill above the main settlement, is dedicated to the saint. A second small church on the southern outskirts of the village is dedicated to Saint Paraskevi and its interior is covered with wall paintings. The village also has a cultural centre with a small library next to the church and a shop with a post office and a bank in the centre of the village. Show Ágios Mámason the map
PissoúriNow they are two distinct communities, Pissouri Village Area and Pissouri Bay Area. The total permanent population is said to reach around 1100 people, about half of whom are Cypriots, the rest foreigners, mainly British, residents and visitors. In Pissouri there are several shops, and many tavernas, restaurants and bars. There are also two banks' branches in Pissouri village's central square. Show Pissoúrion the map
Treís EliésTreis Elies is a village in Cyprus, which is also known as Triselyes, Tris Eliæs, Tris Eliaes, Üçzeytinler, Uczeytinler. Nearby cities include Agios Dimitrios to the east, Lemithou to the north, and Kaminaria to the south. The name means: Three Olive Trees.An article on the village was published in the newspaper Phileleftheros of 20.3.2014. The title of the article is: \"Τρεις Ελιες: Μια τέτοια μέρα ψήνει καφέ\". The English translation of the title is: Treis Elies: An old lady prepares coffee this day. One photo of the coffee shop (kafenes in Greek) keeper knitting with her smili (needle work) and three other photos at the coffee shop decorate the article. The article is signed by Anastasia Siakalli. More information in the book \"Τρεις Ελιές: Ταξίδι στην Ανοιξη\" by Etahn Hubbard, Show Treís Eliéson the map
LemíthouLemithou or Lemythou (Greek: is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 km west of Prodromos. Lemithou is the birthplace of Cypriot philanthropist and businessman Anastasios George Leventis who made his fortune in Gold Coast (now Ghana) and Nigeria.Lemithou is also known for the Mitsis School of The Book by Η Εμπορική Σχολή Μιτσή by Costis Kokkinoftas, published in Nicosia, 2005, is presented in the 19th of December 2013 issue of Alithia newspaper by Maria Piliotou. The founder of the school was Demosthenis Mitsis. The first principal of the school was the very well known Cypriot poet Demetris Lipertis. Show Lemíthouon the map
KapileióKapilio (Greek: Καπηλιό) is a small village in the Limassol region of Cyprus. It is located in the area famous for its Commandaria wine, built on a slight elevation in the valley of the Ambelikos river to the east of the Troodos mountain range. The main village church is dedicated to Saint George the Triumphant (Greek: Άγιος Γεώργιος ο and dates to the 12th century. There are two other smaller churches in the settlement, both dedicated to The Virgin, (The Virgin of the Vineyards and the Virgin of the Baths). Show Kapileióon the map
AvdímouAvdimou (Greek: Αυδήμου, Turkish: Evdim or Düzkaya) is a small village on the south coast of Cyprus, lying partly within the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. Up to 1974 it was inhabited by a majority of Turkish-Cypriots, but following the Turkish invasion the Turkish Cypriot residents were forcibly evacuated to the North. Greek Cypriot refugees from the North, who were also forcibly evacuated, replaced the Turkish residents. Show Avdímouon the map
Mésa GeitoniáMesa Geitonia (Greek: Μέσα Γειτονιά) is a municipality of Cyprus, located in the district of Limassol, 2 km north of the city center. Although, it is the smallest Municipality in Cyprus in respect of its size, it is not in any aspect the least important. Show Mésa Geitoniáon the map
PalodeiaPalodeia (Greek: Παλόδεια) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km south of Paramytha and 7 km north of the centre of Limassol. Although the original village is small, Palodeia includes much of the surrounding land which has gradually been suburbanized. This led to a rapid growth in population in the beginning of the 21st century; the population almost doubled from 730 in 2001 to 1568 in 2011. The village is now served by two bus stations and Route 9A, which runs from Palodeia to the centre of Limassol nine times a day. Among the features of interest are two churches and a nursing home for veterans of EOKA, the Melathron. Show Palodeiaon the map
ÁlassaAlassa (Greek: Άλασσα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, north of the Kouris Dam, on the main road from Limassol to Kakopetria. Excavations at Alassa by Cypriot archaeologists in the early 1980s unearthed the ruins of a Bronze Age city. Among other findings were the remains of a palace, suggesting that the site once had a much greater importance as a local trading center. Whether Alassa was the capital of the ancient kingdom known as Alashiya remains a question of debate. The archaeologist Claude Schaeffer has made certain claims in this regard. Show Álassaon the map
LáneiaLaneia (also spelt Lania; Greek: Λάνεια or Λάνια; Turkish: Lanya) is a village at the foot of Mount Troodos on the main Limassol to Troodos road, about 26 km from Limassol in the country of Cyprus. Lania is one of the country's main wine producing villages. According to tradition, Lania got its name from Lana, daughter of the Greek god of wine and pleasure, Dionysos. This indicates the deep roots of the village in the field of vine-growing and wine-making. The village is well known for the high quality of its grapes and wines. Show Láneiaon the map
ÓmodosOmodos (Greek: 'Ομοδος) is a village in the Troödos Mountains of Cyprus. It is also located in the Limassol District of Cyprus and is 80 kilometers from the city of Nicosia. The village produces a lot of wine and holds a wine festival every August. You can visit a 17th Century stone built monastery via a cobblestone path and sample local wine for free at many outlets. You will also find a good mix of restaurants including traditional tavernas and a few modern bars housed in traditional buildings. Show Ómodoson the map
AgrósAgros (Greek: Αγρός) is a village built on the Troödos Mountains, in the region of Pitsilia, in southwest Cyprus, which has built amphitheatrically among high mountains at an altitude of 1100 metres with a population of approximately 1,000. Agros is one of the most interesting villages of Cyprus and the Pitsilia area. The village is located 45 minutes away from the cities of Nicosia and Limassol, 20 minutes from Troödos Square and 80 minutes from the international airports of Larnaca and Paphos. Show Agróson the map
PródromosProdromos (Greek: Πρόδρομος) is the highest village in Cyprus at 1,380 metres (4,530 ft) above sea level. It is the island's main centre for winter sport, with three ski slopes located on nearby Mount Olympus. The village is part of the Limassol District. The number of inhabitants has decreased steadily over the years; by the 2011 census there were only 123 permanent residents, although there are over 240 residences that are temporarily occupied, mostly during the summer and other holidays. Show Pródromoson the map
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VíklaVikla (Greek: Βίκλα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km northeast of Kellaki. Vikla was formally home to over 50 people, but has since been abandoned for decades. All buildings in Vikla except for a Church where burnt in a fire in 2005. The village however is the site of a golf course which was set up after Vikla was abandoned and is still being used today. Vikla is also visited once annually for a religious event held at the church. Show Víklaon the map
MoniátisMoniatis (Greek: Μονιάτης, Turkish: Elmalı) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km southeast of Pano Platres. The villagers claim that it was named after its numerous \"mantres\" (sheepfold). Its 100 to 110-strong Turkish population was displaced as a result of the Cypriot intercommunal violence in 1963, in which they fled the village to Limassol and the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, after which they were transferred to the north. Show Moniátison the map
ParekklishaParekklisia (Greek: [locally [parekliˈʃa]]) is a town in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located northeast of Agios Tychonas. As a village near the sea, it was first inhabited in the Early Aceramic Neolithic Period about 8200 B.C. in the site named There, in a tomb, French archaeologists discovered the earliest domesticated cat in the world.Parekklisia is also known from the president of the village Andreas Nikolaou (Psari) . We love you pareklisia . The banner of I Love Parekklisia is situated above the football stadium . Show Parekklishaon the map
ErímiErimi is a village lying partly in the Limassol District of Cyprus and partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. It has a population of 1,432 according to the 2001 census. It has recently increased in size with the addition of the district \"Aphrodite Gardens\", a new area just developed for expatriates of mainly British origin. Close to Erimi is the village of Kolossi, which is where one can find the castle of Kolossi. Show Erímion the map
FoinikáriaFoinikaria (Greek: is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located east of the Germasogeia Dam. It is approximately a 7 kilometres (4 miles) drive from the Germasogeia roundabout, which is located on the Limassol – Nicosia and Limassol – Paphos Highway. It is a 10-minute drive to the sandy beach coast of the City of Limassol (180,000 population) and a 15-minute drive to the city center and surroundings where all amenities can be found. Show Foinikáriaon the map
ApesiáApesia (Greek: Aπεσιά or Απαισιά) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 kilometres (2 miles) southeast of Korfi. Although the word απαίσια in Greek when the strong part is on the middle syllable means ugly, the name of the village is pronounced in a different way, Απαισιά and the strong sound goes on the third syllable. Apesia was in the world news in October 2014 after the theft of a six million euro Degas painting was reported. Show Apesiáon the map
EptagóneiaEptagoneia (Greek: or Eftagoneia is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km north of Kellaki. Also it is located 28 km from Limassol town. Eptagoneia is at the foot of Papoutsa and belongs to the Pitsilia geographic area and lies in a semi-mountainous area. It is near Arakapas, Kellaki, Akapnou some Limassol's villages and near Melini and Ora villages that belongs in the Larnaca district. Show Eptagóneiaon the map
PlatanísteiaPlatanisteia (Greek: Turkish: Çamlıca) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 6 km north of Pissouri. Prior to 1960, the village was inhabited almost exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. The village is now the home to the Hambis Printmaking Centre, an arts centre for artist-printmakers and museum of printmakers' works, founded by the Cypriot artist Hambis Tsangaris in 2008. Show Platanísteiaon the map
KyperoúntaKyperounta (Greek: Turkish: Kiperunta) is a village in Cyprus. It lies at an altitude of 1130-1300 meters and it is the third highest village in Cyprus. With a population in approximately 1,500 it can be called the head-village of Pitsilia. The village took its name from the plant Cyperus rotundus (kyperos). Kyperounda was established during the Byzantine period. At historical documents was called \"Chiperonda.\" Show Kyperoúntaon the map
GermasógeiaGermasogeia (Greek: is an eastern suburb of Limassol and a municipality in the Limassol District of Cyprus. As of 2011, Germasogeia had a population of 13,421. Its current mayor is Andreas Gavrielides, elected in 2008 with the backing of the Democratic Rally party. The village was fortified in the medieval period by the Knights Templar. Germasogeia dam was built there in 1968. Show Germasógeiaon the map
Káto PlátresKato Platres (Greek: Κάτω Πλάτρες) also known as Tornarides is a mountainous village in Cyprus. It is located on the southern slopes of the Troödos Mountains (Greek: Τρόοδος) and is one of the Krasochoria (Greek: (wine village). Kato Platres is approximately 24 kilometers (15 mi) north-west of Limassol and 46 kilometers (29 mi) south-west of the capital Nicosia. Show Káto Plátreson the map
EpiskopíEpiskopi (Greek: Επισκοπή; Turkish: Yalova) is a village lying partly in the Limassol district of Cyprus and partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. It is approximately 14 km (9 mi) west of Limassol and 40 km (25 mi) east of Paphos. Episkopi is built on the hill of ancient Kourion, close to the western bank of the Kouris River. Show Episkopíon the map
ArmenokhoriArmenochori (Greek: Turkish: Esenköy; Armenian: is an Armenian village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus, 10 kilometres (6 miles) northeast of the city of Limassol. Armenochori means “Armenian village” in Greek. In 1958, the Turkish Cypriots adopted the alternative name Esenköy, literally meaning “windy village.” Show Armenokhorion the map
AsómatosAsomatos (Greek: Ασώματος) is a village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus, 7 km west of Limassol directly adjacent to the Akrotiti Sovereign Base Area, and lying partly within the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. The village was slightly populated by Turkish Cypriots before 1974. Show Asómatoson the map
SterakóvouSterakovou (Greek: was a Greek Cypriot agricultural settlement. In 1974 it was abandoned. Show Sterakóvouon the map
ÝpsonasYpsonas (also spelt Ipsonas) is one of the largest villages in the Limassol District of Cyprus and is located about 7 kilometres west of Limassol city. The southern part of the village is within the administrative borders of the British military base of Akrotiri - Episkopi. Show Ýpsonason the map
LouvarásLouvaras is a village in the Troödos Mountains of Cyprus. The village is 28 kilometers north of Limassol. Of interest are the frescos in the small medieval church of St Mamas, built in 1455 in the centre of the village. The hamlet of Athrakos is part of the municipality. Show Louvaráson the map
ChandriáChandria is a village in Cyprus in the Limassol administrative district and belongs to the Pitsilia group of villages. Chandria [Χανδριά], also written as Handria or Khandria, is the second highest village in Cyprus after Prodromos at an elevation of 1,275 m (4,180 ft). Show Chandriáon the map
Péra PedíPera Pedi (Greek: Πέρα Πεδί) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km south-east of Pano Platres. The E802 road serves the village, and connects to Mandria in the West and Trimiklini in the East. It's the birthplace of president Nicos Anastasiades Show Péra Pedíon the map
Ágios AthanásiosAgios Athanasios (Greek: Άγιος Αθανάσιος) is an independent municipality of Cyprus located in the Limassol District. Located 3km (1.86 mi) away from the district's capital, Limassol, and named after the Athanasius of Alexandria, it functions as a suburb of the city. Show Ágios Athanásioson the map
AnógyraAnogyra (Greek: Ανώγυρα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 7 km north of Avdimou. The 20th Pastelli Festival in Anogyra took place on September 13th, 2014, as announced in the 22 August issue of The Cyprus Weekly newspaper. Show Anógyraon the map
TserkézoiTserkezoi (Greek: Τσερκέζοι or Τσερκέζ Τσιφλίκ; Turkish: Çerkez or Çerkez Çiftliği) is a village west of Limassol, Cyprus, lying partly in Limassol District, and partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. Show Tserkézoion the map
MouttagiákaMouttagiakia (Greek: [locally [mutʰaˈʝakʰa]]; Turkish: Mutluyaka) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located east of Germasogeia. Prior to 1960, the village was almost exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. Show Mouttagiákaon the map
VouníVouni (Greek: Βουνί, Turkish: Vuni) is a small village in Limassol District, Cyprus, located 7 km north of Agios Therapon. The name of the village is derived from its location, in which Vouni means \"low mountain\" in Greek. Show Vouníon the map
Páno KivídesKivides (Greek: Κυβίδες) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 10 km north of Erimi. Officially it is divided into two parts : the larger Pano Kivides and the virtually unhihabited Kato Kivides. Show Páno Kivídeson the map
AléktoraAlektora (Greek: Αλέκτορα, Turkish: Gökağaç) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 6 km north of Pissouri. Prior to 1960, the village was inhabited almost exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. Show Aléktoraon the map
KantoúKantou (Greek: Καντού; Turkish: Çanakkale) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km north of Erimi. Prior to 1960, the village was almost exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. Show Kantoúon the map
GerovásaGerovasa (Greek: Γεροβάσα, Turkish: Yerovası) is an abandoned village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 6 km west of Malia. In 1960 the majority of the inhabitants were Turkish Cypriots. Show Gerovásaon the map
SotíraSotira (Greek: Σωτήρα) is village located partly in the Limassol District of Cyprus, and partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, west of Limassol, near Episkopi. Show Sotíraon the map
Káto PolemídiaKato Polemidia (Greek: Κάτω Πολεμίδια; Turkish: Aşağı Binatlı) is a municipality of Cyprus, located in the district of Limassol. It has a population of 22,369 according to the 2011 census. Show Káto Polemídiaon the map
PotamioúPotamiou (Greek: Ποταμιού) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km south of Omodos.At Potamiou you may visit the ruins of the ancienent church of Agios Mnasonas. Show Potamioúon the map
FoiníFoini (Greek: Φοινί, sometimes also spelled Phini), is a village in the Troödos Mountains of Cyprus. The city is notable for its pottery. The town of Kato Plátres is located nearby. Show Foiníon the map
ParamýthaParamytha (Greek: Παραμύθα) is a village located north of Limassol on the foothills of the Troodos mountains. The tennis player Marcos Baghdatis was born in this village. Show Paramýthaon the map
Ágios AmvrósiosAgios Amvrosios (Greek: Άγιος Αμβρόσιος) is a small village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus, northwest of the city of Limassol, near the village of Pachna. Show Ágios Amvrósioson the map
AkapnoúAkapnou (Greek: Ακαπνού) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) east of Eptagoneia. As of 2011, it had a population of 20. Show Akapnoúon the map
PalaiómylosPalaiomylos (Greek: also called Paliomylos (Greek: previously: is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 km south of Prodromos. Show Palaiómyloson the map
MonagroúlliMonagroulli (Greek: diminutive of Monagri) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 km northeast og Moni and 6 km southwest of Asgata. Show Monagroúllion the map
PrastióPrastio (Greek: Πραστιό) is a village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus, near the village of Kellaki, northeast of Limassol. Show Prastióon the map
Ágios GeórgiosAgios Georgios (Greek: Άγιος Γεώργιος) is village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus, approximately 20 km north of Limassol. Show Ágios Geórgioson the map
MaliáMalia (Greek: Μαλλιά, Turkish: Malya or Bağlarbaşı) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km south of Omodos. Show Maliáon the map
PyrgosPyrgos (Greek: Πύργος) is a village east of the town of Limassol, Cyprus. The town has an exit on the A6 Paphos-Larnaca motorway. Show Pyrgoson the map
PrastióPrastio (Greek: Πραστιό or Πραστειό) is a village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus, north of the village of Avdimou. Show Prastióon the map
Ágios IoánnisAgios Ioannis (Greek: Άγιος Ιωάννης) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located around 30 km north of Limassol. Show Ágios Ioánnison the map
AgrídiaAgridia (Greek: Αγρίδια) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south of Chandria. Show Agrídiaon the map
Ágios PávlosAgios Pavlos (Greek: Άγιος Παύλος) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km east olf Kalo Chorio. Show Ágios Pávloson the map
Ágios TheráponAgios Therapon (Greek: Άγιος Θεράπων) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 20 km north of Erimi. Show Ágios Theráponon the map
Ágios TheódorosAgios Theodoros (Greek: Αγίος Θεοδώρος) is village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, near the town of Palaichori. Show Ágios Theódoroson the map
PotamítissaPotamitissa (Greek: is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km south of Kyperounta. Show Potamítissaon the map
TrimíkliniTrimiklini (Greek: is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 9 km south of Pano Platres. Show Trimíklinion the map
Káto AmíantosAmiantos (Greek: Αμίαντος, Turkish: Amiyanto) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 9 km south-west of Kyperounta. Show Káto Amíantoson the map
MathikolóniMathikoloni (Greek: is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 10 km north of Limassol. Show Mathikolónion the map
MandriáMandria (Greek: Μανδριά or Μαντριά) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km southwest of Pano Platres. Show Mandriáon the map
LófouLofou (Greek: Λόφου) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km northweast of Agios Therapon. Show Lófouon the map
KamináriaKaminaria (Greek: Kαμινάρια) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km south of Treis Elies. Show Kamináriaon the map
FasoúlaFasoula (Greek: Φασούλα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 8 km (5 mi) north of Limassol. Show Fasoúlaon the map
AkroúntaAkrounta (Greek: Ακρούντα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km north of Germasogeia. Show Akroúntaon the map
AsgátaAsgata (Greek: Ασγάτα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 6 km northeast of Monagroulli. The village, is lying in the middle of a valley of 190 meters altitude and is considered the easternmost village in the Limassol district, located 26 km from the city center. Show Asgátaon the map
KissoúsaKissousa (Greek: Κισσούσα) is a small village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km south of Malia. Show Kissoúsaon the map
KellákiKellaki (Greek: Κελλάκι) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 10 km north of Parekklisia. Show Kellákion the map
SykópetraSykopetra (Greek: Συκόπετρα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km north of Arakapas. Show Sykópetraon the map
ArakapásArakapas (Greek: Αρακαπάς) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km west of Eptagoneia. Show Arakapáson the map
DoráDora (Greek: Δορά, Dhora) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 6 km southwest of Malia. Show Doráon the map
ZoopigíZoopigi (Greek: Ζωοπηγή) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 1 km west of Kalo Chorio. Show Zoopigíon the map
SilíkouSilikou (Greek: Σιλίκου) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km south of Pera Pedi. Show Silíkouon the map
MonágriMonagri (Greek: Μονάγρι) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 20 km north of Limassol. Show Monágrion the map
Káto MýlosKato Mylos (Greek: Κάτω Μύλος) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located east of Pelendri. Show Káto Mýloson the map
DierónaDierona (Greek: Διερώνα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km south of Arakapas. Show Dierónaon the map
SpitáliSpitali (Greek: Σπιτάλι) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 1 km east of Paramytha. Show Spitálion the map
GerásaGerasa (Greek: Γεράσα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 5 km north of Paramytha. Show Gerásaon the map
DýmesDymes (Greek: Δύμες) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km south of Kyperounta. Show Dýmeson the map
SanídaSanida (Greek: Σανίδα) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km east of Kellaki. Show Sanídaon the map
KorfíKorfi (Greek: Κορφή) or Koryfi (Κορυφή Peak) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 4 km south of Limnatis. Show Korfíon the map
ApsioúApsiou (Greek: Αψιού) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km east of Gerasa. Show Apsioúon the map
KlonáriKlonari (Greek: Κλωνάρι) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located east of Kellaki. Show Klonárion the map
MoniMoni (Greek: Μονή) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 2 km east of Pyrgos. Show Monion the map
PeléndriPelendri (Greek: Πελένδρι, Turkish: Pelendri) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus. Show Peléndrion the map
ÁrsosArsos (Greek: Άρσος) is village located in the Limassol District of Cyprus. Show Ársoson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Limassol
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Eparchía LemesoúLimassol District (/ˈlɪməsɒl/) or Lemesos (Greek: Λεμεσός [lemeˈsos]; Turkish: Limasol or Leymosun; Armenian: Լիմասոլ) is one of the six districts of Cyprus. As of 2011, it had a population of 235,330, 77% of which was urban. Its main city is Limassol. Part of the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia forms an enclave on the Akrotiri Peninsula, under the sovereignty of the United Kingdom.Show on map
Different buildings in Limassol
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KoúrisKouris is the largest dam of a network of 107 dams in Cyprus. It lies at an altitude of 250 metres (820 ft) and collects the water delivered by the rivers Kouris, Limnatis and Kryos. Furthermore, water from Diarizos river is diverted to Kouris dam via a 14.5 kilometres (9.0 mi) long connecting tunnel. It has an overall catchment area of 300 kilometres (190 mi)2. The dam is located 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) northwest of the city of Limassol and 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) west of the village of Ypsonas. The dam has a central clay core zoned earthfill embankment with a height of 110 metres (360 ft) and a crest length of approximately 550 metres (1,800 ft). For its construction the whole village of Alassa had to be relocated to a nearby site overlooking the reservoir (between the Kouris and Limnatis vShow on map
Kástro KolossíouKolossi Castle is a former Crusader stronghold on the south-west edge of Kolossi village 14 kilometres (9 mi) west of the city of Limassol on the island of Cyprus. It held great strategic importance in the Middle Ages, and contained large facilities for the production of sugar from the local sugarcane, one of Cyprus's main exports in the period. The original castle was possibly built in 1210 by the Frankish military, when the land of Kolossi was given by King Hugh I to the Knights of the Order of St John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers).Show on map
Panagía TroodítissaTrooditissa Monastery, (Greek: is situated on the southern slopes of the Troödos Mountains on the island of Cyprus. It is an orthodox monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It was founded in 990, but the current building dates back to 1731. It is built at an altitude of 1,500m (4566 feet) and the closest village is Plátres.Show on map
Moni Power StationMoni Power Station is the second power plant the Electricity Authority of Cyprus built. It is located some 20 kilometres (12 mi) east of Limassol. Construction started in the 1960s and when completed it consisted of six steam turbogenerators each having a capacity of 30MW. Heavy fuel oil was fired in all boilers. One generator has been decommissioned in early, while the other five are now rated at 25MW and are in storage as of early 2012. In the late 1980s, four gas turbines using distillate fuel oil no. 2 (usually called \"diesel\" or \"gasoil\") were added and now rated at 35 MW each.Show on map
Amathus City-SiteAmathus (Ancient Greek: Ἀμαθοῦς) was one of the most ancient royal cities of Cyprus, on the southern coast in front of Agios Tychonas, about 24 miles west of Larnaca and 6 miles east of Limassol. Its ancient cult of Aphrodite was the most important, after Paphos, in Cyprus, her homeland, though the ruins of Amathus are less well-preserved than neighboring Kourion.Show on map
Frourion LemesouThe medieval Limassol Castle (Greek: Κάστρο Λεμεσού, Turkish: Limasol Kalesi) is situated near the old harbour in the heart of the historical centre of the city of Limassol. The castle as it appears today is a structure rebuilt circa 1590 under the period of Ottoman rule.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Limassol
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Troodos MountainsTroodos (sometimes spelled Troödos; Greek: Τρόοδος [ˈtɾooðos]; Turkish: Trodos Dağları) is the largest mountain range in Cyprus, located in roughly the center of the island. Troodos' highest peak is Mount Olympus at 1,952 meters, which hosts four ski slopes.The Troodos mountain range stretches across most of the western side of Cyprus. There are many famous mountain resorts, Byzantine monasteries and churches on mountain peaks, and nestling in its valleys and picturesque mountains are villages clinging to terraced hill slopes. The area has been known since antiquity for its mines, which for centuries supplied copper to the entire Mediterranean. In the Byzantine period it became a great centre of Byzantine art, as churches and monasteries were built in the mountains, away from the threateneShow on map
Mount OlympusOlympus, or Chionistra, at 1,952 metres (6,404 ft), is the highest point in Cyprus. It is located in the Troodos Mountains of Cyprus. Mount Olympus peak and the \"Troodos Square\" fall under the territory of Platres in Limassol District. A British long range radar currently operates at Mount Olympus' peak.The Mount Olympus Ski resort consists of the Sun Valley and North Face areas. Each area has its own chairlifts and runs. There are 4 ski slopes:Show on map
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