Marathon

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RACE PROFILE

The coastal road of Limassol provides all the conditions you will need to make your goals possible.
The OPAP Limassol Marathon GSO provides the runner with an amazing 100% coastal and 100% flat course, which is optimal for newly introduced members of the Marathon Running Community to have a first great experience, and for older members to challenge their Personal Best time!


Register now for the marathon Race

19th March 2017






Description of Course


The course of the OPAP Limassol Marathon GSO is of a low degree of difficulty. It is essentially a flat race with its unique characteristic being the long straight lines, and the greatest part of the marathon taking place along the coastal road of greater Limassol.

The start of the race is on the seafront of the Limassol city, Molos area (the promenade). The athletes head west to the new port, passing by the streets “Christodoulou Hadjipavlou” and “Spyrou Araouzou” towards the roundabout at the old harbor. The path continues towards the streets Kioproulouzate, Xelal Bazaar and the Avenue Franklin Roosevelt.

In the 5th km athletes turn left, at the intersection of Avenue Franklin Roosevelt to Avenue Omonia, towards the roundabout of the new port, from which they pass around to return again in the Avenue Franklin Roosevelt towards the historic Castle of Limassol. On the 8th Km, athletes are passing through “Ayia Thekla” road towards the Limassol coastal route. Athletes will head east towards ancient Amathus, a coastal route via the municipalities of Limassol, Agios Athanasios and Germasogeia. The route is almost entirely straight without any bends. At the 17th km athletes will enter the area of Agios Tychonas which begins with a downhill run and reaches an altitude of 10 meters at the 18th Km.

The course follows one big straight line with the altitude reaching 18 meters at the 22nd Km where runners will find the municipality of Agios Tihonas, changing direction from east to west and beginning the return part of the course on the other side of the coastal street, beginning with a light incline leading to the centre of Limassol.

Passing through the Amathountas street, Georgiou A’ street , and Promachon Eleftherias street , at the 35th Km the athletes do a 180 degrees loop and going to the opposite direction of the coastal road along the 28th of October street.

The athletes will be directed to an eastern direction along the Promachon Eleftherias Street and at 38th Km (Pizza Hut) will loop again (180 degrees) and take the final path towards the finish point at the Molos.

Optional Extras


The course of the OPAP Limassol Marathon GSO is of a low degree of difficulty. It is essentially a flat race with its unique characteristic being the long straight lines, and the greatest part of the marathon taking place along the coastal road of greater Limassol.

The start of the race is on the seafront of the Limassol city, Molos area (the promenade).

The athletes head east towards ancient Amathus, a coastal route via the municipalities of Limassol, Agios Athanasios and Germasogia. The route is almost entirely straight with no bends.

At the 8th km athletes will enter the area of Agios Tychonas which begins with a downhill run and reaches an altitude of 10 meters at the 9th km. Next, they will meet a few inclines and a downhill until the 10th Km.

The course follows one big straight line with the altitude reaching 18 meters at the 12th Km where runners will find the municipality of Agios Tihonas, changing direction from east to west and beginning the return part of the course on the other side of the coastal street, beginning with a light incline leading to the centre of Limassol.

Following the course to the city centre, athletes will pass the starting point on 28th October Avenue heading towards the historical centre of Limassol, almost at sea level, without any altitude differences.

At the 25th Km the course heads towards the new harbour passing through Christodoulou Hadjipavlou Street, Spyros Araouzou Street, Constitution, Xhelal Bajar, and Franklin Roosevelt Avenue (which is the palm tree lined road).

From there the course will revert to the historical centre again, where runners will reach the finish line.

  • Participation Fee

    For Individuals:
    From 06/1/2017 – Until 19/3/2017: €60.00

    For Local Running Clubs:
    Registration fee is €30 / per person*
    *Local running clubs need to contact the administration of the OPAP Limassol Marathon GSO before the 28th of January to submit their registration.

    Special Categories:
    Students are subject to free registration*
    University students are subject to 50% discount*
    Soldiers are subject to free registration*
    Cyprus Guard and ELDYK Personnel are subject to 50% discount*

    *Terms and conditions must apply. Age restrictions for different races apply.

  • General Information

    Microchip timing
    Day of Event: 19th March 2017
    Start Time: 07:00am
    Start: Molos, Limassol
    Finish: Molos, Limassol


    For the assignment of personal numbers (bibs) and for merchandise please contact the OLYMPUS EVENT MANAGEMENT office.
    Distribution takes place on Thursday the 16th March, on Friday the 17th March and will end on Saturday the 18th March at Cyprus ports authority parking, Molos, Limassol.
    Office hours as follows:
    Friday - Saturday 09.00 – 18.00 hrs

  • Age Categories

    Group 18-29
    Group 30-39
    Group 40-49
    Group 50-59
    Group 60+

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Register now for the Marathon Race

19th March 2017