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Limassol is the year round destination of Cyprus. A cosmopolitan sea-side destinstion with a unique identity, based on its rich history and culture, its special characteristics and the wide variety of options available for tourists including cycling, bird watching, mini cruises to nearby destinations, Byzantine churches routes, wine routes and much more. The St. Raphael Marina is a Port of Entry, with 24 hour security in a gated complex with Marine Police and located at the most prestigious area of Limassol and is a safe haven for berthing your boat all year around. It is a part of the St. Raphael Resort with a 5-star hotel bordering the marina. St. Raphael Marina ideally situated for your close to home cruising with short sailing destinations to the West as well as to the East. St. Raphael Marina is proud to be the base of the well-established St. Raphael Yacht Club, which is extremely active in organising sailing yacht races, regattas and social events.
Service Station for ships
24 hour access
Credit Cards accepted
Credit Cards accepted
Starting from 10 € per day, between 01.10.2016 and 31.03.2017
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
The second biggest city of Cyprus after Nicosia, Limassol is also known by the name of Lemesos or Leymosun. This port-city is located in the Gulf Akrotiri on the Southern coast of the island and it is the capital of the district with the same name.
The marina that has a great importance for the city, from both a touristic and a commercial point of view, is one of the busiest marinas in the Mediterranean Sea. Limassol is famous for its cultural traditions and for the Cyprus University of Technology and it attracts a great number of tourists each year, thanks to the interesting objectives, the sea, the beautiful marina, the great number of museums and archaeological sites that are open to the public. The city is extremely busy during the summer and it offers its tourists a combination of luxurious places and historical sights. Limassol’s construction began 4000 years ago, in the times of the Byzantine rule, between the two important cities at that time: Amathus a... more info
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