Nature Trails constitute an excellent outdoor recreation in the Limassol district. There is a large number of forest paths which offer direct contact and acquaintance with the island’s wildlife while offering both relaxation and exercise.
The proud gallop of a horse, and the power and freedom one feels while riding makes up a whole new way to discover Limassol and exercise at the same time. On the outskirts of Limassol, there are several riding school.
A theme part with climbing ropes, zip lines, aerial wooden bridges, archery, towers and nets awaits young and old in the pine forest of Platres. Adventure Rope Park is the first of its kind in Cyprus, and offers an alternative opportunity for exercising.
The Troodos ski resort is one of the island’s most popular winter sports and leisure destinations. At an altitude of approximately 1900 meters, it boasts 4 pistes of varying levels of difficulty, which are available for skiing and snowboarding.
Its idyllic location amid the picturesque pine forest of Kyperounta village, near the Madari Mountain peak at the foothills of the Troodos Mountains, creates a beautiful atmosphere with a temperate climate that is perfect for all-year-round activities in the great outdoors. The Adventure Mountain Park features a large expanse of specially formed areas for a wide range of activities that suit all ages and ability levels, and all are overseen by qualified staff members.
For those who like to experiment and try new things, there is an opportunity to test themselves on the ice, too. Among many activities, Limassol comes to add as an option ice skating, even if the sea is very close and the sun shines often in the city and the district. Those who declare to be ice lovers and mountain enthusiasts, can have ice skating lessons throughout the year at the Adventure Mountain Park rink in Kyperounta.