Kolossi Castle - the former Crusader stronghold is located in the village of Kolossi which is 14 kilometres west of Limassol. The castle is a 21 metres high three-level tower. The initial construction - fortress was built in the 13th century. The castle was built on top of it in the 15th century. The castle belonged to the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem but in the 14th century it was overtaken by Knights Templar.
Walking towards the south from the castle, you will find a courtyard enclosed by walls and the ruins of an additional building believed to be a storehouse or a stable. Kolossi is also known for the production of a Cypriot sweet dessert wine known as Commandaria which is the oldest named wine in the world still in production.
Kolossi Castle opening hours are: 8.00 - 17.00 from September 16 to April 15 8:00 - 19:30 from April 16 to September 15
The entrance fee is 2,50 euro, there is a price reduction of 20% for groups of visitors consisting of more than ten people.
Unfortunately, Kolossi Castle is not accessible to weelchairs.