Limassol Marina is a modern luxurious marina development along one of the most dynamic towns of Southern Cyprus. Like the famous Port Grimaud in the Gulf of St Tropez, it is designed to create a thriving marina community with luxury waterfront apartments and villas to complement the shopping and dining area, fitness and spa club, cultural centre, yacht club and marine training school. For the growing destination of Limassol, this development offers 650 new berths, in addition to those of the Old Port, which lies immediately to the East.
Limassol Marina’s luxury residences have been carefully designed to meet a broad range of requirements. Nereids, Thetis, Dioni and Castle Residences offer apartments or penthouses with uninterrupted sea views, landscaped gardens, communal swimming pools and guaranteed berths across the development’s mainland and commercial area. The exclusive Peninsula and Island Villas are a selection of elegant homes with direct access to the beach or private berths for yachts up to 60 m attached to their own garden.
Complete with a Harbour Master, Police, Customs and Excise and Veterinary Services, Limassol Marina is an official Port of Entry with a team of experienced marina professionals, attendants, reception and concierge services working around the clock to ensure its smooth operations. It also benefits from its own fuel station, helipad, boatyard for light repairs and maintenance, 100 ton travel lift, 40 ton trailer, chandlery and on-site slipway.
Limassol is the second largest town in Cyprus, after Nicosia (the capital), with over a 160,000 inhabitants. It is the most popular coastal town on the island- a destination in itself with easy access to both international airports, the surrounding quaint traditional villages and the picturesque mountains of Troodos. Culturally rich, international and historical, it has a plethora of choices to offer residents and visitors alike.
Renowned for its warm hospitality and beautiful Mediterranean climate, Limassol enjoys a long summer season that lasts up to eight months of the year. Its 17km pedestrian coastal promenade, award-winning crystal clear sandy beaches, mouth-watering restaurants, waterfront cafes and bars, cosmopolitan nightlife, endless sporting and outdoor facilities, championship golf-courses and ancient monuments make it one of the most exciting cities to visit.
Just three nautical miles from Limassol Marina, Lady’s Mile is the most secluded sandy beach in the area. Set amidst wild landscape, with a handful of restaurants for lunch and refreshments, it is renowned for its shallow and clear waters. A little further, Pissouri Bay is surrounded by white cliffs and is home to many excellent “tavernas”, while Aphrodite’s Rock is best known as the landmark where the goddess of beauty and love was born. To the East, the picturesque blue flag Konnos Bay Beach is sheltered by Cape Greco Peninsula, a national park with a dramatic rugged coastline. To the west, the Akamas Peninsula covers over 200 km2 of wild landscape and is home to rare birds, butterflies and endangered species of turtles.