Parklane, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Limassol
Old Limassol - Nicosia Road, PO Box 56560 · LimassolCY-3308 · Cyprus 
· Phone:
357 25 862000

Local Time:
9:32 PM
· Weather:
A few clouds,
21 °C / 70 °F
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Cyprus Nature

Limassol Nature + Beaches

Sun and Sea

Sink your toes into warm sand, feel the sun warming your skin as you look out on the sparkling blue Mediterranean Sea. Nothing beats Cyprus for a beach holiday.

With an expansive coastline providing a wide variety of beaches to choose from, ranging from isolated bays in Akamas, to lively resorts, sandy beaches and rocky coves at Governors Beach, you are bound to find the right one for you.

You could indulge on countless activities: try the Waterpark for thrills or bungee jumping for an extreme sensation. Discover the magic of the underwater world by snorkelling or diving in the warm crystal clear seas. Windsurfing and sailing can be enjoyed all the year round, thanks to steady winds and calm predictable seas, while coastal cruising and deepwater fishing are also popular. You could even use the island as a base for a short cruise to other nearby countries, like Greek Islands, Israel or Lebanon.

Rural and Nature

The variety of plant and animal life and the unspoiled scenery make Cyprus one of the most beautiful places for appreciating nature.

If you love nature, you are into photography or painting - you’ll find much to inspire you. For a birdwatcher, Cyprus is a must visit, as the island is on the migration path between Europe, Asia and Africa. A large number of common plants, such as the Cyprus orchid, tulip and crocus, make it a botanist’s paradise.

Cyprus has its very own national animal, the Cyprus Mouflon, a kind of wild sheep that roams free in the extensive forests of western Troodos and has been used as the symbol for the island’s national carrier.

Exotic and rare forms of wildlife give Cyprus a special touch. Green and Loggerhead turtles breed on the island’s sandy beaches in summer, while the Mediterranean monk seal and dolphins have also been swimming in the warm, calm, crystal clear seas of the island.