The business heartland of Cyprus

Limassol is ideally located just 50 minutes from both of the island’s airports and 15 minutes from the largest seaport.

The city boasts a diversified economy that features a strong tourism and leisure sector, as well as financial services, oil and gas, shipping and distribution, manufacturing and trade sectors.

Limassol is one of the most forward-looking places in Europe, and the presence of multinational companies and financial institutions, as well as high speed development is proof of this.


A cosmopolitan metropolis

Limassol is a vibrant city, combining culture, lifestyle and entertainment with cosmopolitan living. The city hosts a variety of events celebrating the Cypriot culture – from wine festivals to carnivals – and is particularly known for its sandy beaches, shopping centres, art galleries, museums, theatres, nightlife and dining experiences.


Limassol has seen rapid development over the past decade, with high-rise buildings and technical infrastructure transforming the city into the business capital of Cyprus and fast becoming an excellent base for international businesses.

The city’s unrivalled strategic location also means that everything is at an arm’s reach – from a myriad hotels and conference centres, to the sea port, marina and the island’s two airports – making doing business in Cyprus highly desirable and effortless.

Easy airport access

Main port of Cyprus

Limassol Marina

Hotels and conference centres

Advanced tech infrastructure

Rapid development

It’s not all about work

Limassol offers a wide range of activities, and there’s never a shortage of things to do due to the city’s coastal location. From spending the day at beach sunbathing to windsurfing and sailing (and a variety of other watersports), and cycling on a 17 km promenade to discovering the region’s natural beauty, you’ll never get bored here.

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