The Limassol tourist development company (Etal) began works on the old town’s Ayios Andreas street last week, with various development projects planned for the historic road.
The street is a hub in the old town and is lined with cafes and shops. At the start of the road, near the mediaeval castle, a sign has been placed that reads 1882, the year the road was created.
Etal has added flower boxes, bins, and shadings along the road. The company said next they plan to add an electronic information point on the road, where it connects with the seaside.