Limassol Superyacht Marina: Cyprus’ Winter Superyacht Haven

The European winter conjures images of snow-covered alps, traditional Winter markets and a distinctive lack of luxury yachting. However, Limassol Superyacht Marina on the south coast of Cyprus provides yachting enthusiasts with a sunny winter haven where they can escape the chill and get a dose of fresh sea air.

Choose from one of the gourmet restaurants or trendy bars and lounges within the marina or just enjoy time on your superyacht by employing the services of Limassol Marina’s thoroughly useful concierge services. Operated and managed by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas in partnership with Francoudi & Stephanou Marinas, the 650-berth marina can accommodate yachts up to 110 metres in length.

Limassol Superyacht Marina
Limassol is located on the south coast of Cyprus | Source: Shutterstock

This luxurious destination received a sought-after 5 Gold Anchor Platinum Award, the highest distinction a marina can earn for customer service and facilities. Sustainability and the environment are at the forefront of what the marina offers, and a coveted Blue Flag marina status means that Limassol puts environmental management and sustainable development first.


The city of Limassol is a coastal Mediterranean dream destination. High-end boutiques sit next to gastronomic delights, beckoning the epicurean traveller with traditional Cypriot fare and contemporary Mediterranean food and drink.

And then there is the lively nightlife. Spend a subdued evening out on the town at a local wine bar and plan your tour of Cyprus. The island is teeming with cultural history and natural wonders such as golden sandy beaches and ancient buildings, perfect for a day trip and all well within range.

Limassol is the perfect destination for Superyacht
Cyprus enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year | Source: Shutterstock

Limassol Marina properties

Limassol Marina is home to glamorous on-water apartments and villas. Two, three, and four-bedroom apartments and duplexes enjoy uninterrupted views of the sea, the marina and the city of Limassol, giving visitors an authentic taste of island life. Just steps from the beach and close to luxury dining, shopping and leisure options, this home away from home is accessed only by bridge and is the ultimate private escape for you and your loved ones.

A Yacht in Limassol Superyacht Marina
Limassol’s marina accommodation is some of the best in the Mediterranean | Source: Shutterstock

Cypriot yachting destinations

Cyprus offers superyachts an array of picturesque destinations and wonderful on-water experiences that guests will not readily forget. Limassol Marina is located perfectly to take advantage of the island’s gorgeous beaches and sun-drenched landscape.


Located 35 nautical miles from Limassol Superyacht Marina lies the historic coastal town of Larnaca, home to the ninth-century church of St Lazarus. Its palm tree-lined promenade runs parallel to the town square along its picturesque parasol-clad beach.

An alleyway in Larnaca, 35NM from Limassol Superyacht Marina
Lanarca was founded in the 13th century BCE by the Mycenaeans | Source: Shutterstock


Paphos’ famously crystal clear, azure water is the perfect place to take an on-water break, and if you’re interested in history there are plenty of ancient ruins to explore. Situated 40 nautical miles from Limassol, is the mythological birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, not to mention gorgeous limestone cliffs that surround magical sea caves along the coast nearby.

Boats moored in Paphos, 40 NM from Limassol Superyacht Marina
Paphos is home to the cult of the goddess Aphrodite | Source: Shutterstock


Wafts of freshly caught fish on the grill emanate from the many tavernas and eateries scattered throughout this quaint Cypriot village. Located 74 nautical miles from Limassol on the north-west coast of the island, cast a line or strap on some scuba gear and find out why the seafood in this beautiful part of the Mediterranean tastes so good.

Aerial view of Latchi
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Ayia Napa

A pulsating resort town located 50 nautical miles from Limassol, Ayia Napa was once a sleepy fishing village. Now, visitors can expect to land their tender on white sandy beaches and enjoy some of the most picturesque shorelines in the Mediterranean. Make sure you stay long enough to witness the excitement of Ayia Napa’s famous clubbing scene later on in the night.

Birds-eye view of a beach in Aiya Napa
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Offering a more subdued after-hours experience than neighbouring Ayia Napa, Protaras is defined by its lovely rural countryside which is dotted with windmills. Its white, powdery sand is perfect for families and Cape Greco National Forest Park’s clear waters and protected pine forest trails make for a fun day trip. Protaras is located 60 nautical miles from Limassol Marina.

People jumping from rocks near Protaras
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Italian-made superyachts are all the rage at the moment and Ferretti Group, owners of respected yachting brands like Riva and Pershing, has released concepts for a chic vessel, Infynito.

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