The Limassol Sculpture Park is located right by the beach, close to the old port. Locals often call this area Molos. The Sculpture Park is the only one of its kind in the island of Cyprus. It is more than a mile long and consists of twenty sculptures created by both local and international artists. Formed between 1999 and 2001 it hosts notable sculptures by artists such as Helene Black, George Tsaras and Victor Bonato.
The public structures are commissioned by the Limassol Municipality and the artists who created them are Manolis Tsombanakis, Yiorgos Houliaras, Costas Dikefalos, Vassilis Vassili, Kyriakos Rokos, Kyriakos Kallis, Maria Kyprianou, Nikos Kouroussis, Ahmet El-Stoahy, George Tsaras, Helen Black, Victor Bonato and Saadia Bahat.
The Limassol Sculpture Park is a nice place to visit when you love or appreciate art combined with beautiful sea views and a walk through green grass, trees and fountains. Currently the park has undergone a reconstruction to offer modern surroundings, well - catered gardens and piers. There is also a modern children's playground and a cafeteria.