Limassol marina is sleek, chic and thoroughly modern. Park in the multistory car park and in minutes you’re wandering through the arcades of shops and restaurants. Down on the front Limassol Marina oozes money.
Something for everyone
The top-end eateries cater to the wealthy clientèle whose boats are moored in the harbour. And there are some beautiful boats here. You will also find plenty of recognisable names here Wagamama, KFC, Caffe Nero and Pizza Hut. So there’s something for everyone.
Marina Breeze is one of the top end eateries in Limassol Marina. It has a fantastic spot on the water worth going for alone. The cocktail menu is full of surprises so this could be a good spot for a drink and to take in the beautiful setting.
Nice and pricey
The food menu is broad. We loved the Tsarskaya oysters. But be prepared to pay for it. And order on the safe side. We had a lovely time here and were well looked after. To a lazy jazz soundtrack. Nice.
Down on the waterfront
Limassol waterfront is also good for a night out. It has plenty of bars and clubs to pick from and keep you going till morning. You can watch the sun rise from one of its beach bars. Forever young! While the dancefloor bumps and grinds the night away.
Mad Max meets Burning Man
The Guaba Beach Bar is on the waterfront in Limassol. Behind the massive mushrooms guarding its exterior you plunge into a fluorescent dream world where Mad Max meets the Burning Man. I’m pretty sure they were handing out glowsticks which made it feel like a full moon party. But the music was more 2017 than old school.
Late night romance
Beyond the crowds of party people are balconies overlooking the sea so you can snatch romantic moments in the moonlight. You might be too old for dancing all night. But you’re never too old for a bit of romance.