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Saturday 23 May
13:23 GMT | 16:23 EEST

Last updated:

23 May
UK Time: 12:54 BST
Local Time: 14:54 EEST
80°F (27°C)
7mph (11kmh)
  • Sunrise 05:35
  • Sunset 19:46
  • Moonrise 10:25
  • Moonset 02:00
Temp feels like: 80°F (27°C)
Length of Day: 9h 51m
Humidity: 58%
Dew Point: 66°F (19°C)
Pressure: 29.83" (1010 hpa)
Visiblity: 6 miles (10 km)
Average for May 70°F (21°C)
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Latest Ayia Napa Holiday Reviews

  • self catering at A10 Nissi 3 Penthouse apartment

    The weather was wonderful, cooler at night but extremely comfortable. During the two weeks I was there, I saw rain on on...

    Alex G Grant on 27th September 2012
  • Ayia Napa -Hol

    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...

    Anonymous on 23rd October 2008
  • Holiday In Ayia Napa.

    The Weather Was Great. Very Hot. Lots Of Sun Cream. Or You Will Definately Burn. But Its Definately Great For Getting A ...

    E M on 13th August 2008
  • my holiday in ayia napa...

    Absolutely amazing!!!# I love the sun and Ayia Napa is def the place to be. Over 40 degrees, It was boiling, I was out ...

    Anonymous on 20th June 2008
  • my holiday in ayia napa

    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...

    Anonymous on 4th June 2008
  • ayai napa

    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...

    Maxine Martin on 24th April 2008

Historic Temperatures for 23rd May in Ayia Napa

Average High 79°F (26°C)
Record High 91°F (33°C) (1999)
Average Low 61°F (16°C)
Record Low 59°F (15°C) (1998)

Weather Overview for Ayia Napa


Ayia Napa lies near Cape Greco on the eastern side of Cyprus.  Lying just south of Famagusta, Ayia Napa has an enjoyable Mediterranean climate of long summers and short mild winters.

Cyprus Ayia Napa blue waters resort

Ayia Napa, Cyprus. 


The peak summer months (also the peak tourist months) see average daily highs of 32ºC, while the shoulder summer months of June and September see a slightly cooler, but still very hot, high of 30ºC. The average temperature throughout the season is about 25 to 26ºC, and it tends to fall to a pleasant 20ºC at night.


Rain is nonexistent during the summer months. June very, very occasionally sees a small sprinkle but rainfall is typically a winter affair.


October sees an average high of 27ºC which falls to 22ºC by November. October is a great time to visit as daytimes are gorgeously hot while night times, falling to 16ºC, 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 sees the most rain of the year, averaging 80 mm for the month. The average daily temperature for the month is 14ºC, before cooling down to 12ºC 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 7ºC to 8ºC. Day time highs don’t fall below an average of 16ºC and sunny days can see it soaring up to 20ºC. The whole of winter is prone to wet and windy weather with sunny intervals. Sunshine levels remain good at 5 hours per day.


In the spring months average temperatures start off at 14ºC in March before rising to an average of 21ºC by May. March is the wettest month in spring after which it dries out significantly; rainfall drops to minimal levels by May. Spring is generally warm and bright though it 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).




Ayia Napa was a small fishing village back in the day, but boy has it changed! In recent years the town has become 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 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; 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! Cape Greco lies to the east, where you can jump from the rocks into the crystal ocean (at your own risk!), a particularly enjoyable experience if you dare as the ocean is only a few degrees cooler than the air temperature.


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