Congress VenueGetting to the Venue Public transport is well organized along the main road with most of the Hotels. Bus Nr. 30 drives along the coastline avenue with a Bus stop just 5 minutes to the venue. For the exact schedule please visit the following link
The Carob Mill was established in 2002 after extensive restauration of the old warehouses and mill originally used for the storage of carob products that were processed through the carob crushers.
Ceratonia siliqua, carob, commonly known as St John's-bread, was used to make photographic film plates, sweets, liqueurs chocolates and medicines. Nowadays carob is used for digestion problems including diarrhoea, including celiac disease and sprue.
The Carob Mill was built around 1890, at a time when carobs, also called Cyprus's black gold, were a major export worldwide. Despite the passage of more than hundred years, most of the milling equipment for processing is still preserved and exhibited in the Carob Mill Museum.
The location of the venue between the Medieval Castle and the new Limassol Marina as well as the old Limassol harbour connect the past with the present and add in contemporary secular Limassol part of the tapestry of local history. The combination of stone, wood and glass highlight the aesthetics while the view of the Medieval Castle inspires the visitors. Today, the Carob Mill hosts many local and international exhibitions and congresses, receiving every time excellent comments and recommendations from numerous organizations worldwide.