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  • Where to pick up your car

    Most major car rental brands are located along the coast, where many of the hotels are located. Make sure you book a car that's near to your hotel for maximum convenience.

  • Top car rental brands

    The most popular car rental brands in Limassol are Avis, Alamo, Sixt, Kem Rental Cars and Europcar.

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  • Average temperatures

    Warmest month: July (26°C)
    Coldest month: January (12°C)

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Hire a car in Limassol

Limassol is a cosmopolitan coastal city and prime gateway to Cyprus' treasures.

While the city may at first appear to be a cluster of shops, hotels and tourist-dedicated restaurants, its history radiates outwards, through its castles and ports. Limassol is a convenient place to stay on the island. Its within easy driving distance to the riches of the central and western parts of Cyprus and even the most easterly sites are only a three hour drive away.

With a car, you'll have no problem fully exploring the island and discovering its blend of Grecian and Middle Eastern influence. Book with easyCar and you can compare car hire from over 10 car hire brands offering car rental throughout Limassol, including Avis, Alamo and Sixt.

Drive into nature

Mount Olympus

At over 1,900 metres, Mount Olympus is the island's highest point. In winter, snow falls over the mountain, turning its carpets of green forest white. With plenty of mountain side resorts, it's a popular area for skiing and winter sports.

Mount Olympus is situated within the Troodos mountain range. Declared a national park in 1992, the Troodos Mountains are home to many Byzantine monasteries and churches, as well as an assortment of flora filled valleys and charming alpine villages. There are a variety of different hiking routes through the mountains, each with their own stunning overviews of the land. During the summer, it's a great place to escape the beachfront heat and enjoy the pine-scented air.

The Mount Olympus and the Troodos Mountains are roughly an hour's drive from Limassol. Make sure to have a full tank of gas before leaving the city as there's not many petrol stations out of town.

The ultimate Limassol road trip

  • Larnaca Airport LCA

    The city is roughly equal distance from Paphos and Larnaca Airports.

  • Car hire pick up point

    Car hire desks are located in the arrivals terminal of each airport.

  • Kouklia

    As the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite and famous pilgrimage centre, you will find the ancient Sanctuary of Pafia Aphrodite here.

  • Paphos

    The entire city of Paphos is a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring the remains of palaces, tombs and fortresses.

  • Adonis Baths

    One of the most tranquil areas of the island, legend has it that Adonis and Aphrodite raised their children here.

  • Kykkos Monastery

    The richest monastery on the island, the opulent church is lavishly decorated with precious icons.

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Foodie delights

A taste of Cyprus

A mix of Turkish and Greek cuisine, Cypriot dishes are a Mediterranean medley of flavours that have expanded in fame far beyond the small island. Here are some signature foods to indulge in while in Limassol.

Meze – Translated, meze means “small dishes”. A selection of hot and cold appetizers, it's a bit like Spanish tapas. From hummus and tzatziki to dolmades (grape leaves) these small bites can quickly become a fest.

Moussaka – Layers of aubergine, lamb and mushrooms or potatoes are topped with a thick layer of bechamel sauce. Its rich and completely satisfying.

Halloumi – This cheese hardly needs any introduction nowadays, though you may not have realised it originated from Cyprus. Its semi-hard and rubbery texture make it perfect for grilling. It is commonly eaten as an appetizer on the island.