Limassol Cyprus's second biggest township, a hub of industry and an imperative exporting harbor lies on the south shore of the isle between the two ancient cities of Curium to the west and Amathus to the east. From 1291 Limassol was a base of the Templars and the Knights of St John, and here King Richard the Lionheart married Berengaria of Navarre. Amongst features of interest is the fortress, now sheltering the District Museum, and the municipal park. Modern Limassol is a tourist hub, with copious hotels and apartment blocks in the town. It also has a huge yachting marina that takes in cruise ships from all around the world.