The second largest town in Cyprus, Limassol is a bubbling metropolis for business, shopping and cosmopolitan restaurants. Beach lovers will be equally satisfied, with seemingly infinite sandy shores that stretch miles away from the town. As a year round destination, vibrant events and street celebrations range from carnivals to wine festivals, filling up the town’s busy calendar. For those seeking traditional excursions, the ancient Kourion, Sanctuary of Aphrodite and Kolossi Castle are all within easy reach, as is the spectacular Troodos mountain range. With the possibility to ski, swim and enjoy the international flavour and historical surrounds, Limassol offers a world of opportunity, with the benefit of being conveniently located midway between Pafos and Larnaca airports.



Pafos, the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, is situated on the South-Western coast of Cyprus. It is home to a great extent of the island’s rich cultural heritage including a medieval fortress, frescoed tombs and remarkable mosaics. Almost an open-air museum in itself, UNESCO added the entire town to its world heritage list. In addition to its rich culture, the Pafos area offers a wealth of amenities and facilities that cater to every need. Although contemporary in its offering, Pafos is a city that is in touch with its heritage, offering an authentic, relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle.


Polis is a small town situated on the North-Western coast of the island, at the centre of Chrysochous Bay. The picturesque town borders the protected Akamas peninsula, an exceptionally beautiful nature reserve, with a stunning array of wildlife. The area offers a plethora of secluded beaches with crystal-clear waters, undoubtedly some of the best on the island. The town centre offers a great selection of cafes and restaurants in addition to all the essential modern day amenities. Latsi is the picturesque harbour of Polis, reputed for its superb fish tavernas that overlook the newly extended marina.