A unique sky-rise leisure hub on the seafront
A place to live, work & play in the city centre
Trilogy Limassol Seafront is located on the south coast of Cyprus, in the heart of a city of diversity and urban seafront living. A hub of business, leisure and activity, stretching along a 17km coastline of azure water and blue flag beaches. A safe haven for a relaxed pace of life in the island’s most vibrant city. A home between mountains and sea. This is Limassol.
The city that never sleeps
Limassol’s carefree holiday ambience is matched by the friendly and lively character of its people. With its fun-loving reputation it is fitting that it hosts some of the island’s best-known annual events and festivals which create a vibrant, colourful atmosphere throughout the year. From its infamous Carnival, Flower Festival and Wine Festival, all marked by weeks of celebrations, parties, balls and parades, to the Cyprus Rally, international Limassol Marathon, championship regattas, cultural, sports and music events. There is always something happening in close proximity!
History & culture
Limassol is known for the centuries-old Limassol Castle, home to the Cyprus Medieval Museum and its collection of pottery and tombstones. According to tradition, this is where Richard the Lionheart married Berengaria of Navarre and crowned her Queen of England in 1191. Situated between the ancient cities of Amathus and Kourion (Curium), Limassol’s archaeological sites, ancient harbour, amphitheatre, mosaics and temple ruins offer insight into a rich and colourful history.
Explore the area
Alpha mega hypermarket
The largest and fastest developing Cypriot hypermarket chain in the country, with 13 stores and 1,600 employees.
Ermes Group’s seafront department store chain sells own-brand and international fashion, beauty and homeware products. It also has its own supermarket and pharmacy.
An ultra-modern concept store with a collection of seasonal must-have pieces hand-selected by a team of fashion-loving, professional buyers on travels to Europe’s fashion capitals.
A beach-side venue by day or night, with its own restaurant, bar, sun-loungers, swimming pool and gardens.
One of the largest in Europe, the zoo hosts a variety of species, birds and reptiles from all continents. It has its own cafeteria and is adjacent to the public gardens and children’s play area.
The medieval Limassol Castle is situated near the old harbour in the heart of the historical centre of the city. Built over an Early Christian basilica (4–7th century CE), it is now also a museum.
Carob Mill Restaurants
A group of six restaurants by the Medieval Castle, a lounge café-bar and a pizzeria and trattoria offering a variety of cuisines from Cyprus and beyond.
A superyacht destination and the beating heart of the city with its own restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, spa and gym, cultural centre and beach.
Ancient City of Amathus
Amathus was an ancient city and one of the ancient royal cities of Cyprus until about 300 BC. Some of its impressive remains can be seen today on the southern coast in front of Agios Tychonas.
Limassol Old Port
The old port is the transformed fishing harbour of Limassol. Cafes, bars, restaurants and shops of every kind and taste are able to satisfy all moods.
Larnaca international airport
Larnaca International Airport is Cyprus’ main international gateway and the largest of the country’s two commercial airports, the other being Paphos International Airport on the island’s southwestern coast.
Pafos International Airport
Pafos International Airport is a joint civil-military public airport located 6.5 km southeast of the city of Pafos, Cyprus. It is the country’s second largest airport, after Larnaca International Airport.
Sanctum Spa & Fitness
The home of wellness in the heart of Limassol Marina, with a first-class spa, gym, hair and beauty treatments for men and women.