Surrounded by eucalyptus trees and pine trees right next to the sea, Harmony Bay lies serenely right outside the city center of Limassol, on the edge of the modern seaside suburb Germasogeia with its coffee shops, restaurants and beaches. Inner Germasogeia on the other side of the highway was once its own traditional village, and has much to offer in terms of architecture, narrow streets, shops and churches, revealing much about idyllic Cypriot life in rural areas.
The bustling city of Limassol and its popular seaside strip full of shops, restaurants, nightspots is just a few minutes away by car, boasting numerous attractions for singles, couples and families. Those with children would love the Fasouri Watermania Water Park, the Limassol Zoo, and the Cyprus Historic & Classic Motor Museum. A bit further away is the Sayious Adventure Park for an ATV adventure, archery and other activities.
Culture lovers will revel in the Kourion ancient site, one of the region's most important ones. with remains of an amphitheatre, mosaics and Roman foundations. The Sanctuary of Apollo is also another must-see, unveiling remains of ancient baths and dormitories. If you're a wine buff, you must come during the Limassol Wine Festival at the end of August, and consider visiting the lively Limassol Carnival held every year during February. Sailing enthusiasts can benefit from the marina, which is also an attractive spot to visit by the Mediterranean.
Other noteworthy attractions include Kolossi Castle from Crusader times, Limassol Castle by the port where Richard the Lionheart reportedly got married, and the Monastery of Saint George Alamanou. Lastly, a short drive away are traditional villages of Omodos and Koilani that will lend insight into traditional Mediterranean life and its peaceful vibe. The Harmony Bay is an excellent hub to discover the region's attractions and riches!