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Limassol Museums

Museum Of Olive Oil

The House of the Olive is set high on a hill just outside the village of Anogyra, for which you turn off at the signpost from the motorway onto the Pachna road, about half way between Limassol and Paphos. It offers visitors the chance to learn more about the history of olive oil making, to purchase high grade extra virgin oil, or browse among the many olive-related products on sale in the gift shop, after which you can sit down in the tiny café area and watch (when in season) locals bringing in their just-picked olives to tip into one end of the pressing process.
Telephone: 99565768
Address: The House Of The Olive - Oleastro Limassol

Old Port Sea Sponges Excibition Center

A small exhibition center in the old port area of Limassol, with a collection of sea sponges. Some are available to buy.
Telephone: 25359933
Address: Agias Theklis 3 3042 Limassol

Pilavakion Mousion

A privately run museum housing a collection of pottery.
Telephone: 25421508
Address: Foini

Agia Napa Museums

Guzelyurt Museums

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Larnaca Museums

Limassol Museums

Nicosia (North) Museums

Nicosia (South) Museums

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