Four Seasons Hotel

With a secluded beach, lagoon-style pool and four gourmet restaurants, the Four Seasons Hotel is a luxurious retreat.

This place is a tropical paradise, and comes surrounded by lush gardens and inviting pools. The main pool has a children’s section and a slide, with banana plants hanging over the man-made rivers and bridges. Tucked away in one corner, there’s an adults-only pool with semi-submerged sunloungers. Both pools have bars where you can order drinks and snacks.

You have the choice of four restaurants for dinner, including three a la carte numbers. After your meal, head back to the pool where you can watch live bands and professional singers.

Overview of Limassol

Located in the west of Cyprus, Limassol combines modern holiday vibes with all the features of an old seaport. When you choose Limassol for your holiday to the Paphos region of Cyprus, you’ll get all the best Cypriot food, culture and company.

Limassol is the gateway to a Cypriot adventure. As the second-largest city in Cyprus, there’s always plenty to see and do. From the Four Seasons Hotel, you can visit the busiest port in the country, explore avenues of shops and enjoy fantastic meals in the restaurants that line the front. Plus, the beaches are some of the most beautiful in Cyprus.

Things to do in Limassol

When you’re ready to venture out from the Four Seasons Hotel, Limassol’s only a 10-minute drive away.

Take the trip to Limassol Castle and you’ll gain a fascinating insight into the city’s past. The city itself is also full of museums if you’d like to learn more.

Down on the front, you can take a boat trip or dive below the surface. For family-friendly fun, try the waterparks. They’re sure to put a smile on the face of any little ones.

Limassol’s packed with fun for visitors of all ages. You’ll want to return time and time again to see and experience it all.


Resort Summary

With the second largest population of any city in Cyprus, it’s safe to say there’s plenty going on in Limassol. It is home to the busiest port in the country, although it’s not all work and no play here. You’ll find avenues of shopping to be explored, together with restaurants around every corner vying for your attention. The nightlife is active, although less frantic than in Ayia Napa, and the beaches are among the most beautiful in the country.

Limassol is the largest city in the Paphos region, which in itself is among the most vibrant and intriguing areas to be discovered during Cyprus holidays, where ancient mysteries mix with modern activities like watersports and safaris. That’s not to say that you need to leave the city to explore what Cyprus has to offer – Limassol Castle gives a fascinating glimpse into the region’s enthralling past, and the architecture around you speaks of old world magic. Limassol is full of museums and exhibits, from natural history and aquatic wildlife through to the most defining works of art in Cypriot history.