What travelers say about Limassol
Climate in Limassol is very Mediterranean. Summers are hot and dry and the winters are warm and wet. Tourists have found that the best time to visit the city is spring, with temperatures around 24°C and not during the hot and humid summer.
The city saw a lot of displacement after the Turkish Invasion, with a large number of Turkish Cypriots moving north. Greek Cypriots from the northern ... More half moved to Limassol during this time. It is an important port on the Mediterranean trade route, one of Cyprus’s largest industrial centres and the base for the country’s wine manufacturing industry.
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