Worth a short visit. Larger than the other castle in Limassol. Lots of other people came to visit. Small entrance fee.
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Worth a visit if you are in the area. Good condition remains of a 15th Century castle with earlier remains and a 14th Century Sugar Mill next door.
A 13th century castle that changed hands many times. It was rebuilt in 15 th century and includes a beautiful wall painting of the crucifiction from the 16 th century. Great views from the third floor.
As old castles go, this one is OK but there is more to see at the Limassol Castle / Museum. As with most things, there is a historical setting and tales to be told about this castle. If you have a guide, you will get...More
Ok, so it’s just a castle which is partly in ruins, but it’s a great background for a selfie or two and there are decent views from the top.
Definetely NOT worth going and paying 2,5€ per person. The castle looks beautiful on the outside but that’s it, because there’s only stone walls and the inside of the castle is completely empty. So thank you, but we have stones and rocks in my country...More
A group of us travelled here with an organised bus trip ,The medieval castle was built around 1210 and you can still go inside the castle to look around it has three floors with access by a stone spiral stair case once onto the roof...More
Good day trip and spectacular views from the top. Toilets on site and free parking. However not much to see inside the castle and more information boards could have brought it to life if you are not part of a tour group. Steep steps leading...More