Very evident towards the western end of the promenade is the bustling activity of the Limassol new port due to the array of moored vessels, as well the busy shipping lane in and out of the port.
The Limassol Promenade also has a small pier, to walk down, some people go swimming off this pier, at the furthest end there are often a handful of local fishermen trying to catch some supper!
A leisurely stroll along the promenade is great if you are looking for free things to do in Limassol whilst on holiday in Cyprus.
Sometimes the best things in life are free, and on your Cyprus holiday why not take a stroll along the Limassol Promenade. The promenade stretches around five miles, and over the last few years has been built and improved by local authorities.
Along the Limassol promenade there are an array of shops, bars and cafes where you can enjoy a cool frappe in the warm summer months. With family holidays in mind there are several play areas for kids to let off steam. There are also some interesting sculptures dotted along the Limassol coastline by local artists.
The promenade is flanked by palm trees, with the Mediterranean sea enticing to your side. There are several public beaches along the promenade, although the best of these beaches are further east, towards Ayios Tychonas as well as the popular Dasoudi beach. There are also many restaurants and bars along the Limassol promenade, enabling a light snack to be enjoyed, or catching up on some live sport over a beer.