Popular and useful Limassol Bus routes which run regularly include:
Bus No 30
This bus route runs across the Limassol coastline from end to end, stopping at the majority of the towns hotels, it runs from the Le Meridien hotel, towards the East of the resort to stops such as the Limassol old port, and the Limassol New port.
Bus No 22
This bus service runs along the western coast of Limassol between the Limassol old port and Akrotiri, this is the service to use if you want to visit the Fasouri Waterpark
Bus No 16 & 17
This Limassol bus route is important for points of interest on the Eastern end of the town such as Erimi green bowling, the village of Episkopi, or visiting the famous Kolossi castle
You can also read an article about the Paphos Bus service
The Limassol Bus Service
If you are on holiday in Limassol , you are likely to be interested in the Limassol Bus Service, and how easy it is to get around the resort town of Limassol using the local bus service.
The good news is that the Limassol Bus service is easy to use, and of recent years it has improved greatly, with investments in modern buses and a comprehensive website detailing services and ticket prices.
The Limassol bus (EMEL) website, has both route maps and timetables, which you can download as print from PDF files ready for your Cyprus holiday.
Ticket prices on the Limassol Bus service are reasonable, with one way tickets available from about €1 for a single ticket, €3 for a day pass, or an economical weekly ticket from €13.
There is a main Limassol bus station, known as Leontiou Bus Station, this is located in the town centre, just off Anexartisias street, which is one Limassol’s main shopping streets.