Since 1994, Germasogeia, a Limassol suburb, has been a separate municipality and belongs to the Limassol district. It has a boundary with the towns of Agios Athanasios and the city of Limassol. Germasogeia's coastal region started to expand around 1960. The first plots were split up at the same time to make room for new buildings. The first hotel was erected in 1966 and the first apartment complexes were constructed in the early 1970s. Germasogeia became a prominent tourist destination as a result of this rapid growth. A total of 56 hotels of various kinds were built. Along with the hotel industry, entertainment and leisure services also started to expand, giving rise to hundreds of new businesses.
Germasogeia’s name is a combination of the Greek words "Iera," which means sacred, and "Mesogeia." The village is called Mesogeia because it’s close to the sea and is referred to as sacred because it is home to numerous temples.
The Germasogeia promenade is a popular spot for a leisurely walk or bike ride, with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Germasogeia is perfectly situated inside the city to give you rapid access to all you require, including beaches, highway access, mountains, city center, shopping, schools, and hospitals. No matter where you are in Germasogeia, you will always have beautiful views of the mountains and other natural features nearby.
It is a popular residential area and it is recognized for its white sand beaches, opulent homes and flats, and a variety of facilities, such as eateries, cafes, bars, stores, and supermarkets. Numerous local businesses, including banks, clinics, and schools, are located in the suburb too.
The suburb is home to a variety of properties, including luxury villas, apartments, townhouses, and commercial properties. Discover the ideal property for you on our listing with 25 houses to rent in Germasogeia.