With its view of the sea, the sandy beaches, and the palm-coated surroundings, with the background of its long and near proximity to the sea shore and numerous water parks, the Promenade in Limassol is highly popular with holidaymakers, providing a wonderful environment for adults and children of all ages. There is a unique draw in the busy streets flanking this seaside route; it is lined with restaurants , cafes, English-style pubs, lively nightclubs, and a wide range of shops selling almost everything.The old town of Lemesos (Limassol), with its narrow streets radiating from the old fishing harbour, is the center of the town. Explore the historical centre of Lemesos and explore its long past by wandering down the old streets. Its temples, distinctive architecture, traditional workshops, the old market and traditional shops are some of the key features. The core of this town is full of character, wrapping around a small castle and radiating out into a series of streets.The busiest neighborhood in the south, Saripolou Square, is the best place for coffee, drinks, cocktails and delicious food. The reconstruction of the core of Limassol has become the town's main lifeline. Innovative benchmarks were obtained by the once oblivious nucleus. The Palace, the University, the Municipal Market, and the Old Catholic Church lead to the four edges of Saripolou square. Truly, the city center is full of character. The Municipal Market of Limassol, also known as « Pantopoulio »,One of the most beautiful archaeological sites on the island is Kourion. It was a wonderful kingdom of a city and there are still new riches being found today. The Greco-Roman amphitheatre is the most prominent aspect of this site. Among the gems which are found here are villas with extravagant mosaic floors and an early Christian Basilica. The majestic amphitheatre was built in the 2nd century B.C. It has been used for theater and music productions since its renovation.