Ayia Napa: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Ayia Napa
The latest and today's weather in Ayia Napa, Cyprus updated regularly
- Sunrise 05:54
- Sunset 19:45
- Moonrise 21:47
- Moonset 09:07
|Temp feels like:||36°C (96°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 51m|
|Dew Point:||14°C (57°F)|
|Pressure:||29.71" (1006 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
Latest Ayia Napa Holiday Reviews
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The weather was wonderful, cooler at night but extremely comfortable. During the two weeks I was there, I saw rain on on...
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Gorgeous, too hot in some cases, as i am really fair ! But lovely and nice and not too sticky at night time : ) We had o...
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The Weather Was Great. Very Hot. Lots Of Sun Cream. Or You Will Definately Burn. But Its Definately Great For Getting A ...
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Absolutely amazing!!!# I love the sun and Ayia Napa is def the place to be. Over 40 degrees, It was boiling, I was out ...
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The weather was brilliant! It was so hot I was'nt prepared, this time I am going to take more suncream with me just to...
Amazing hit 49 last June and went again in October and it was again near 30 the whole week. One of the best places I hav...
Historic Temperatures for 3rd August in Ayia Napa
|Average High||32°C (90°F)|
|Record High||35°C (95°F) (2008)|
|Average Low||22°C (72°F)|
|Record Low||20°C (68°F) (1996)|
Weather Overview for Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is located near Cape Greco on the eastern side of Cyprus. Ayia Napa has an enjoyable Mediterranean climate, lying just south of Famagusta, and enjoys long warm summers and shorter, milder winters.
Ayia Napa, Cyprus.
Ayia Napa was a small fishing village back in the day, but has changed dramatically in the course of recent years. The town has grown into one of Europe’s biggest clubbing districts with an ever-expanding music scene. Many of the world’s top DJs play regularly in the beachside venues which include some of Europe’s premier night clubs. It now welcomes no less than a quarter of a million clubbers each summer.
Ayia Napa is home to superb golden sand beaches - the most famous being Fig Tree Bay. It’s not all parties and explosive nightlife though. The town also has a rich heritage and an array of cultural activities if you care to search. It is best to visit off peak if this is really the reason you’re going to Ayia Napa. Cape Greco lies to the east, a place where you can jump from the rocks into the crystal ocean (albeit at your own risk!), a particularly enjoyable experience if you dare as the ocean is only a few degrees cooler than the air temperature.
The peak summer months, which also experience the largest influx of tourists, see average daily highs of 32°C, while the month of June and September see a cooler, but still a very enjoyable, high of 30°C. The average temperature throughout the season is about 25 to 26°C, and it tends to fall to a pleasant 20°C at night. Rain is nonexistent during the summer months. Although June very, very occasionally receives a small sprinkle, rainfall is typically a winter affair. Summer is also the time of year with the most sunshine. Total daily sunshine hours vary from 12 in September to an amazing 14 in June and July. August sits in between with 13 hours of sunshine per day. Cloud cover is virtually non-existent in summer. Sea temperatures are highest in summer as well, with peaks up to 28°C in August and September.
October has an average high temperature of 27°C which falls to 22°C by November. October is a great time to visit as daytimes are gorgeously hot, while night times, with temperatures falling to 16°C, are refreshing without being cold. November is much the same but slightly cooler. Rainfall increases throughout the autumn season but not enough to worry about. Showers are short if quite heavy and shouldn’t disrupt your stay for long.
December experiences the most rain of the year, averaging 80 mm in the course of the month, which is by far the most precipitation of any month in the year. The average daily temperature in December is 14°C, before cooling down to 12°C come January and February. Evenings can get chilly and you’ll need a coat to stay warm - the average minimum for the winter months sits at 7°C to 8°C. Day time highs don’t fall below an average of 16°C and sunny days can see it soaring up to 20°C, even in the heart of winter. Winter normally sees wet and windy weather with occasional sunny outbursts. Sunshine hours remain good, at around a minimum of 8 hours per day in December and January, although January is the cloudiest month of the year, with 47% of cloud cover. Ranging around 17°C, the Mediterannean Sea is coldest in February and March.
In the spring months, average temperatures start off at 14°C in March before rising to an average of 21°C by May. March , although it dries out significantly, is usually the wettest month in spring; rainfall drops to minimal levels by May. Spring is generally warm and bright, though the weather can be a little unpredictable.
The shoulder seasons of spring and autumn are enjoyable times to visit Ayia Napa as it is less crowded and not uncomfortably hot. Spring sees slightly more rain than autumn and autumn is generally a touch warmer. If visiting in spring or autumn, May or September would be the best times to visit (though September is really considered to be the fourth month of summer).