1 Carob Mill Complex, Lemesos
A lively area of museums, bars and restaurants in Lemesos old town, particularly vibrant at night when everything’s lit up.
2 Lemesos Wine Festival
Whether you’re an earnest oenophile or a jolly boozer, the Lemesos Wine Festival offers good value and the chance to try wine from all over Cyprus in convivial surroundings.
3 Santa Marina Retreat
An unexpected haven of tranquillity in the hills above Lemesos, combining horseriding with adventure activities on the site of an old copper mine.
4 Kolossi Castle
Literally a massive reminder of Cyprus’s links with the world of medieval knights.
5 Cyprus Wine Museum
All you need to know about Cypriot wine and its place in the island’s history, nicely packaged in a traditional house.
6 Ancient Kourion
Perched on a promontory high above the Mediterranean, Kourion is one of the island’s most spectacular ancient sites.
A village rightly proud of both its history and its wine, with cobbled square, monastery, winery and lots of stalls and shops.