Activities

Social activities

Improving your English doesn’t mean spending your time in a class. It also means having fun!

Our course includes afternoon tours, activities and field trips to places of interest such as:

  • beach games
  • swimming in the Mediterranean Sea!
  • cycling in Limassol old town, at the sea side promenade and at the port side
  • pool games at the Hotel
  • Stand Up Paddling (SUP)
  • visits to archeological museums and castle
  • Cinema and Bowling night
  • Boat trip Limassol bay
  • Scavenger hunt
  • Escape rooms

Leisure Activities at Troodos Mountains

In just 2 days you  will climb a real rock face, see great views from atop a mountain, and camp out overnight.

The fact that the 2 days of this programme are organised on the highest mountain range of Troodos, with its wonderful walking paths, water falls and rivers, you will  have the opportunity to enjoy an exciting variety of activities daily, mostly outdoors in nature:

  • Archery
  • Board Games
  • Football
  • Paintball
  • Laser tag
  • Climbing
  • Abseiling
  • Eco Trails Hiking
  • Camping outdoors
  • Campfire
  • Barbecue

For the adventure seekers, the Summer University Quest course   can offer excursions and activities on demand. Minimum required for the excursions on demand, is 10 people.

Our activities on demand can include the following excursions:

Boat trip to Akamas to enjoy the crystal clear, turquoise waters of the famous Blue Lagoon

Whole Day visit to Paphos (Tomb of the Kings, Baths of Aphrodite, Harbour Area)

Whole Day trip to Ayia Napa

Places to visit:

Limassol Promenade

The Promenade in Limassol is a huge hit for its great view of the sea, beaches and the palm fringed surroundings. With a backdrop of a long and slender sea shore and cooling water parks it creates a delightful atmosphere for adults and children alike.

The Castle of Limassol

The history of this castle dates back to 1228, when Frederick II of Germany and his supporters imprisoned the hostages seized by Ibeline, the King Regent of Cyprus. It is also said that it is an ancient Byzantine castle. This castle also witnessed the marriage between King Richard and his Queen Berengaria.

Today's structure is mostly rebuilt under the Ottoman domination (19th century) and is home to the Cyprus Medieval Museum.

Kourion

Kourion is one of the most famous ancient attractions. It is renowned as a major ancient city Kingdom of Cyprus. Furthermore, within  Kourion complex one may see the magnificent Greco-Roman amphitheatre that was originally built in the second century B.C.

The site overlooks the beautiful Mediterranean Sea complimenting surrounding monuments which mostly date from the Roman period. These include the Forum, the Nymphaeum, the Fountain House, the House of the Gladiators, the House of Achilles and the Public Baths.

  • Limassol Marina
  • Limassol Marina is an exclusive waterfront development designed by a world-renowned team of architects and engineers.
  • In Limassol Marina, you can find exclusive restaurants and shops, nice bars and coffee shops.
  • Troodos Mountains -The Green Heart of Cyprus
  • Troodos region is renowned  for its:
    *dense forests
    *winding nature trails with waterfalls
    *cultural treasure of the UNESCO World Heritage
    *traditional gastronomy
    *traditional village festivals

Limassol beaches

The city of Limassol has the longest coastline of all the cities and beach resorts in Cyprus. The city offers a diverse style of public and controlled beaches.

Featured below are some of the most popular tourist beaches in Limassol:

KOT (CTO) BEACH
This is a small beach where you can see fish swimming in the clear blue water. Winner of a Blue Flag, it has a lovely Eucalyptus forest as a backdrop.

 

 

 

Lady's Mile
This is a superb beach with grainy white sand and shallow clear water. It is located near the New Limassol port and can be reached in 15 minutes from Limassol's town centre. It is the perfect place to enjoy a swim, sunbathe or a peaceful walk along the sandy beach.

 

 

 

Governor's Beach
Governor's beach has a sandy coastline and shallow clear water with a rocky area beneath the shore, ideal for snorkelling and fishing. It is a relaxing beach where you can witness a beautiful sunrise and enjoy a meal in a typical Greek Cypriot Taverna just a few metres away from the beach.  

 

 

 

Kourion Beach
This is a large beach and is one of the most spectacular beaches in Limassol. The ruins of the Ancient Roman Kourion Amphitheatre are just next to the beach on a high mountain, which is also a popular spot for hang-gliders to emerge from. There are plenty of sailing and wind-surfing opportunities here but sometimes but sometimes the beach can get very overcrowded with swimmers.  

 

 

 

Flo Cafe Beach Cove
For those who wish to escape the crowds and enjoy a perfectly peaceful experience, head towards the Flo Cafe Beach Cove. This is a small pleasant bay located in the heart of the tourist area in Limassol. The water is clean and considerably shallow which makes it a safe beach for small children. The beach cove is complimented by the Flo Cafe which is situated directly on the beach front.

 

 

 

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