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Kolossi Castle

Agiou Antoniou 1 | Road to Paphos, Limassol, Cyprus
+357 77 777204
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Agiou Antoniou 1 | Road to Paphos, Limassol, Cyprus
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to the Kolossi Castle on the last day of our trip on a self-guided tour. There has been a castle on the site since 1210 and you can still see some of its ruins. The current castle dates from 1454, has been restored...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A Gothic building created just after the fall of Constantinople around 1454 with a lot of history behind it, most of it connected with the famous sweet wine of Commandaria and the history/myth of the wedding of Richard the Lion Heart and Berengaria, the only...More

Thank Christoforos G
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The castle use to be a crusader stronghold with a strong history throughout the ages.Re-built around 1454 under the command of Louis de Magnac. The castle is situated in an area known for its sweet wine (Comandaria, very popular in Cyprus). Not sure if there...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a 100% visit worth. If you are into Medival history, go there. There is abundant info on the curious history of this place. If you can, be sure to go to the top to get an amazing view scenery. Please take into account,...More

Thank Gal E
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited the castle in January when the soft winter sun caught the yellowy stone and made the whole castle just stand out against the landscape. This building is just so impressive for it's size and height, especially when you consider it's age. I am...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Saw the castle on a stormy, blustery day. Much is well preserved, with arches still intact for the most part. Castle shows clear signs of additions at different periods.. Highlights for me are the inside chambers, lit with just one window - wonderful to photograph...More

Thank Peter K
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Reviewed 12 January 2018

Its an old castle & that's about all I can say. 10 minutes & your done. Nice views from the roof. Hardly worth it.

Thank Ryan C
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Reviewed 3 January 2018

Kolossi Castle is a must to visit whilst in the Limassol it is part of there history, it is great to visit and you can obtain a pass that covers this castle, Apollon Hylates and Kourion which is well worth doing.

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Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

Superb castle. Well looked after and preserved. Very interesting and so much to see! Definitely worth it!

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Reviewed 25 December 2017

Came here as part of a day tour. Our guide was very informative and interesting. Not the easiest place if you are not good on your feet, as the ground is quite uneven plus there are a number of steps, lots if you want to...More

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Lea M
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Response from castle1_10 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Number 17 single Decker bus from Limasol bus station times below Paul From Leontiou - EMEL Central Station to Kolossi Castle All Year Monday to Friday 06:25 , 07:05 , 07:25 , 07:55 , 08:20 , 08:40 , 08:55... More
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