Hiring a catamaran in Limassol is a fantastic way to explore the hidden beauties of Cyprus. Limassol is the second-largest city in Cyprus and is a beach-goers' paradise. With 16 kilometers of sandy coastline along the Mediterranean Sea, you can spend enjoyable hours on a private catamaran with your family and friends. Running parallel to the old harbor, you will find the Limassol marina, where you can easily find the ideal sailboat of your choice. You can directly contact the owners for the ideal vessel, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.
You have plenty of options:
You can book and hire a catamaran with a skipper, or without one if you own a license, and enjoy a one-day cruise along the unique coastline of Limassol. You also have the option to book a catamaran for a corporate charter, a birthday party, or your wedding anniversary. Finally, you can hire a luxury catamaran at a fair price and enjoy a multi-day adventure to the popular resorts of Paphos, Protaras, and Ayia Napa.
Limassol is known for its big-city vibe and fun-loving residents. It is a coastal metropolis with a lot to offer to visitors looking for a beach holiday. Not far from the beach and yacht marina, you will find the bustling city center, offering cultural and gastronomic experiences.
Before you rent a catamaran in Limassol, you can dedicate a day or two in exploring different sites. The city is an area bustling with restaurants, bars, and cafés. It features, however, unique architecture, workshops, narrow streets, and an old market that have all led to the overall regeneration of the urban center. One of the most stunning archaeological sites is the Curium Ancient Theater. This houses several villas with an early Christian Basilica and a complex of rooms that present extravagant mosaic floors dating back to the 5th century A.D.. Close to the ancient city of Kourion is the temple of Apollo Hylates. According to mythology, this is the site where Apollo was worshipped as Hylates, the god of the woodlands. West of Limassol city, you will find the Kolossi Medieval Castle. This is an imposing site, known since medieval times for its vineyards and vast locust-tree plantations.
It is great educating yourself with the traditional origins of the past and taking part in the long-lasting legacy of Limassol. You can now reposition yourself and approach the marina where you can rent a catamaran and navigate one of the most popular coastal resorts of Cyprus.
On a private catamaran trip from Limassol Marina, you can explore an abundance of beaches and bays. Just a short mile away from the marina and city center is Lady’s Mile Beach. This is usually the first destination of choice of the owners in our platform and has been a local favorite for decades. Guests will love the shallow and clear waters. It is also ideal for long walks, windsurfing, and has a handful of restaurants for lunch and refreshments. Governor’s Beach is another great choice, ideal for fishing and snorkeling. One of the most spectacular beaches of Limassol is Kourion Beach. You can easily combine your visit to the ancient city with a cruise here. Due to its spectacular sailing and wind-surfing conditions, it may get overcrowded here in summer. For those who wish to escape the crowds, however, we highly recommend exploring Beach Cove. This has clean, shallow waters and is complemented by a FloCafé at the beachfront.
A private catamaran cruise from Limassol can also be spent exploring the Akamas Peninsula. By renting a luxury catamaran, you can anchor safely in Pissouri Bay. This area is located between the city of Limassol and Paphos and is framed by white cliffs and tavernas. A little farther away, you can make a stop at Aphrodite’s Rock. This is a blessed area, perfect for anyone with an eye for photography. It still remains one of the best-known island’s landmarks, and is particularly breathtaking to see at sunset. By approaching Akamas, you will find Konnos Bay and the Cape Greco Peninsula. This is part of the coastal town of Protaras and is a popular summer destination, renowned for its pristine beaches. Visitors have plenty of opportunities for exploration on this side of Cyprus. The Cape Greco Natural Park, Fig Tree Bay in Protaras, and Nissi Beach in Ayia Napa are all excellent choices for swimming and snorkeling.
Below you will find some useful information for your catamaran hire in Limassol.
Limassol Marina: A full-service marina that can accommodate all types of vessels. The marina is near the heart of the city and boasts a berthing capacity of 650 vessels. There is an individual supply of fresh water and electricity, as well as dedicated parking for 750 cars. There is 24-hour berthing assistance, crew facilities, and changing rooms.
The Limassol Marina is roughly 70 km away from Larnaca’s International Airport and about 3 km away from the city center of Limassol.
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