One Address : THE MOST DESIRED IN CYPRUS
ONE is situated on 28th October Avenue, Limassol’s most prized address. This prime seafront boulevard traces the coastline and runs parallel to its enchanting palm-lined promenade.
Accented with boutique shopping and chic café culture, the select avenue effortlessly links its residents to the central business district, the most fashionable shopping quarter, the charming old town and the modern marinas.
ONE occupies the point where 28th October Avenue reaches its most advantageous. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire an address that embodies rarity and marks the true heart of Limassol.
One Limassol : THE MOST DESIRED IN CYPRUS
Consistently ranked as one of the world’s leading cities for quality of life – and highly regarded for its chic riviera feel, cosmopolitan sophistication and pure Mediterranean charm – Limassol has fast become the home of choice to an ever-growing multicultural population. Nowhere in Cyprus is there a richer or more engaging mix of culture, heritage, refined taste, entertainment and places of genuine interest.
THE LIMASSOL RIVIERA
A unique blend of chic seafront boulevard, glamourous boutiques, cafe society and beach club sophistication symbolises
A VIBRANT MODERN PLAYGROUND
For epicureans, there’s an overwhelming choice of elegant and casual dining: contemporary; traditional Cypriot; regional Mediterranean and international. From Limassol’s chic café society to evening cocktails on its graceful promenade, the city’s glamorous crowd is very much in evidence. And with its well-earned reputation as Cyprus’ cosmopolitan capital, Limassol offers the sleekest clubs, bars and lounges found anywhere on the island.
For those in search of retail therapy there’s an abundance of global luxury brands at prime locations such as Makarios III Avenue. There are also international fashion labels, emerging designers, fine jewellers and horologists.
For lazy days under the Limassol sun, there’s not only the beach directly in front of ONE, but numerous others along the coastline.
Yachting, sea kayaking and kitesurfing are just a handful of the other seafaring activities to choose from. And as a regular port of call for many cruiseliners, Limassol is Cyprus’ most famous port city.
A CITY OF ANTIQUITY & VITALITY
From the city’s old medieval quarter, with its Byzantine castle, narrow streets, colonial-era architecture, local tavernas and colourful markets, to the hive of vitality that is this country’s most important business district, new and old Cyprus blend harmoniously in Limassol.
A CITY OF CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
There is always something new and exciting to experience in Limassol. From the major annual events to the smaller festivities held in its traditional villages, the cultural calendar is comprehensive and diverse.
Many fine-art galleries, historic sites, museums and theatres are to be found in Limassol and internationally celebrated musicians, bands, orchestras and touring opera companies come to perform year-round.
Much like the Venice Carnival, the Limassol Festival embodies a final blast of selfindulgence before the austerity and fasting of the Lenten period. Limassol also stages many international events for devotees of wine, film and Shakespeare.
A CITY OF HOSPITALITY
Above all, as many seasoned global travellers affirm, it’s the warm and friendly people of Limassol that make it the most rewarding, undeniably pleasant and comfortable city to visit and, of course, to live in.
EUROPE’S NATURAL HOME FOR BUSINESS
As a modern country with a progressive free-market, service-based economy boasting major business and taxation advantages, Cyprus is an increasingly desirable destination for entrepreneurs, individual private investors, families and retirees looking for a rewarding change. In both the business and leisure categories of the Knight Frank Global Lifestyle Review, Cyprus is ranked as the fifth best place in the world to relocate – the only European location in the top five besides Switzerland.
Geographically positioned at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and Asia, Cyprus enjoys unrivalled global connectivity. The Island’s airports offer excellent flight connections enabling easy travel within and beyond Europe. Financial stability, low crime rates, a surge of foreign investment and development, and an efficient and transparent British-based legal system all contribute to Cyprus’ growing strength as a prominent member state of the EU.
THE WARMEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND IN EUROPE
The enduring allure of Cyprus is easy to understand – the third-largest Mediterranean island, it is endowed with abundant attributes. Its temperate climate, unforgettable natural beauty and geographical position at the crossroads of three continents have always attracted attention, nurtured enchantment and inspired a sense of belonging.
Cypriot people are known for their hospitality and welcoming nature. A warm and relaxing atmosphere pervades the entire island. The local cuisine is influenced by Greek and Middle Eastern flavours, and the incredible history of the island is evident in every dish. Wine has been produced here for more than 4,000 years, the climate encouraging an excellent local selection.
STRIKING NATURAL BEAUTY. WORLD HERITAGE.
Magnificent scenery and diverse landscapes invite outdoor activity throughout the seasons. Locals and visitors alike enjoy swimming in the pristine waters of the Mediterranean, spending quality time on its golden beaches and skiing in the Troodos Mountains during winter.
As well as the stunning forests and meandering rivers of Troodos, there are Byzantine monasteries and churches on its peaks, and nestling in its valleys are villages clinging to terraced hill slopes. The Troodos churches are adorned with vividly coloured frescoes dating back to before 1300 AD, and have quite rightly become UNESCO World Heritage sites.