Fall in love with the unlimited sunshine!
The climate in Cyprus is one of the best in the world no matter what time of the year you visit the island. It's no accident that Aphrodite, Goddess of love, was born here. Situated within the northeastern basin of the Mediterranean Sea at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. It's only a fitting that the island enjoys abundant sunshine, even during the winter months.
Cyprus is one of the fewest places on earth with exceptional sunshine almost every day of the year. With an average of six hours of sunshine per day all year around, it's no wonder Cypriots are warm and welcoming to total strangers......sunshine is part of our DNA!
Spend a little time under the island’s sunshine and just like us.....you will feel the magic penetrating your soul as well as your skin!
Below are the average temperatures you should expect to find at any time of the year in Cyprus.
|Μonths||(°C) Celcius||(°F) Fahrenheit||Our Comments|
|January||16 - 18°C||60.8 - 64.4 °F||Cold shoots through your bones as the snow starts to fall.|
|February||16 - 18°C||60.8 - 64.4 °F||Dress warm and keep an umbrella handy.|
|March||19 - 20°C||66.2 - 68 °F||Time to ski along the beautiful mountanous slopes.|
|April||21 -23°C||69.8 - 73.4 °F||Nature awakens with vengeance.|
|May||24 - 27°C||75.2 - 80.6 °F||The aromatic month of blossoms.|
|June||30 - 31°C||86 - 87.8 °F||Summer is now in full swing.|
|July||32 - 33°C||89.6 - 91.4 °F||Welcome the heat....remember to drink abundant amounts of water.|
|August||33 - 35°C||91.4 - 95 °F||No better place to cool of as the beach.|
|September||29 - 31°C||84.2 - 87.8 °F||A warm welcome to that cool refreshing breeze.|
|October||28 - 29°C||82.4 - 84.2 °F||Quieter holidays during the finest of temperatures.|
|November||23 - 24°C||73.4 - 75.2 °F||A small sense of the winter season is in the air.|
|December||17 - 19°C||62.6 - 66.2 °F||Chilly.....but always sunny.|
For more information visit: Cyprus Weather Forecast
Cyprus during the Spring is absolute magical! A time to see the islands most colourful side.