Averages for Ayia Napa in July

The average low temperature for Ayia Napa in July is an incredibly warm 21°C while the average high temperature is 32°C, perfect for days spent on one of the resort's many beaches. And if that's not enough, both temperatures increase even a bit more throughout the month. July starts off with an average low temperature of 21°C and an average high of 31°C, but by the end of the month both temperatures have risen to 23°C and 33°C respectively. The overall average daily temperature...

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  • Temperature Temperature 27°C 81°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 32°C 90°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 21°C 70°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 13 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 0 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 1 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 27°C 81°F

The average low temperature for Ayia Napa in July is an incredibly warm 21°C while the average high temperature is 32°C, perfect for days spent on one of the resort's many beaches. And if that's not enough, both temperatures increase even a bit more throughout the month. July starts off with an average low temperature of 21°C and an average high of 31°C, but by the end of the month both temperatures have risen to 23°C and 33°C respectively. The overall average daily temperature is an almost tropical 27°C.

The average sea temperature is 27°C, so it's an ideal time of year to go for a dip or try out some of the different water sports on offer, such as scuba diving or parasailing. Only in August and September is the Mediterranean Sea warmer.

Days are extremely long in addition to being sunny and dry. The number of sunshine hours is at its annual peak in July (and June) with 14 glorious hours of sunshine per day. The length of the days decreases gradually but slightly in the course of the month. July 1 is the longest day with 14.27 hours of daylight; July 31 is the shortest with 13.54 daylight hours.

Cloud cover decreases to an all-year low in July—July 21 is historically the clearest day of the whole year with only 6% cloud cover. July 1 is the cloudiest day of the month, with 8% cloud cover, which is still extremely low by all accounts.

This decrease in cloud cover also results in a nearly total absence of rainfall throughout the month. There is only one day that has a tiny bit of rainfall in the whole month and the total amount of rainfall doesn't even reach 1mm. The probability of precipitation decreases from 4% on July 1 to less than 2% on July 31, which is almost an annual low. In the very rare occasion that rain does fall, it will most likely occur as moderate rain or thunderstorms.

July in Ayia Napa is a perfect month for a beach vacation. There's almost no rainfall, the temperatures are soaring, the days are long and there's plenty of sunshine.

Where to stay

Callisto Holiday Village is constantly rated as an excellent accommodation. The food is one of the biggest attractions and the all-inclusive option makes it the ideal place to stay if you're on a budget. The hotel is an excellent choice for families, since there are plenty of children's activities courtesy of the animation team. It's also close to Pernera Beach.

Nelia Beach Hotel is another great hotel. The hotel's all-inclusive option is a great value for money. The food is excellent and often has a theme for the evening, and there is an interesting variety in entertainment. In addition to being close to the resort's nightlife, this hotel is also located conveniently close to the beach. The hotel's gym, sauna and laundry area are just added bonuses to an excellent accommodation.

A five-star hotel, the Alion Beach Hotel is one of the resort's best hotels. It has plenty of facilities and an excellent staff, but its biggest asset might just be its location. This classy hotel is located right at Grecian Bay. Facilities include, but aren't limited to, an outdoor pool and children's pool, tennis and squash courts, a wellness and health centre, several restaurants and bars, and a well-equipped games room.

Hit the beach

Ayia Napa latest urban addition is found in Ayia Thekla. Located on the resort's western edge, it was developed during the 1990s. This area consists of new and modern houses and villas, as well as an old historic church and ancient rock tombs. The area's main beach is shaped like an arc and made up of soft white sand and shallow clear waters. Its small bay is dotted with little islands. In summer, there's always some activity going on at and around the beach, whether it's parasailers, joggers, sunbathers or kite-surfers. Amenities in the area include a beach bar, mini-market and fast food stall. There's a fun weekly market (on Wednesdays) as well.

Eating and drinking out

One of the hottest new parties in Ayia Napa is the Kandi Street Party at the Ayia Napa Circus Square. Over the summer, the square is transformed into an open-air party venue with a main stage, renowned DJs, competitions and drinking games. A ticket to the event grants entry to all nightclubs on the square and entry to an after-party. This is the place to be in the resort if you're there to party!

En Plo Beach Bar is open during the day and in the evening. It's a wonderful seaside restaurant and bar and offers great views of the Mediterranean Sea. This is a place where you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning, a snack in the afternoon, and dinner and drinks in the evening. Couples might want to take advantage of the superb romantic waterfront location—some tables are literally one step from the sea.

Things to do

WaterWorld Waterpark is very close to many Ayia Napa hotels and is something that you can't afford to miss. This is one of the resort's major attractions. WaterWorld only exists since 1996 and has won no less than 25 awards since then. There are 21 thrill rides for people of all ages, including a wave pool, whirlpool, (kamikaze) slides and toboggans. This is Europe's largest water park and without question one of the main attractions in all of Cyprus. In addition to all the fun rides, the park also offers sunloungers, umbrellas and free parking. There are plenty of eateries as well, such as a pizzeria and ice cream parlour.

There are several different boat trips you can do in and Ayia Napa, from party cruises to dive trips to dolphin cruises. One of the best ones, however, is the Yellow Submarine. This particular boat trip is both relaxing and fascinating. The boat's upper deck is where you can lay in the sun, get a drink at the bar and/or enjoy the music, while the lower deck has 30 underwater windows through which you can admire the abundance of sea life. The trip also include a divers' shows, fish feeding and a swim and snorkel stop.

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