Averages for Larnaca in November
Larnaca, Cyprus, enjoys a fantastic Mediterranean climate that ensures year round sunshine and warm weather.
Though the summer months of July and August see the optimum beach weather, with many hours of sun and hot weather guaranteed, Larnaca is also an extremely popular resort out of season, especially with those looking to enjoy some warm weather and winter sun on their break. Beach holidays in Larnaca can be enjoyed as late as November, when...
Though the summer months of July and August see the optimum beach weather, with many hours of sun and hot weather guaranteed, Larnaca is also an extremely popular resort out of season, especially with those looking to enjoy some warm weather and winter sun on their break. Beach holidays in Larnaca can be enjoyed as late as November, when the weather continues to be warm and sunny. If you want to work on your tan late in the year, then Larnaca is an excellent place to choose for your holiday. Swimming, however, will not be possible anymore due to the decreasing sea temperature. The average temperature of the sea in November in Larnaca is 16°C (the same as it was in May).
The average temperature is still 17°C this month—the four following months will be colder. At night, the mercury drops to an average low of 12°C, while in the afternoon, it climbs to a pleasant average high of 22°C. Both the average low and high temperatures tend to decrease in the course of the month, respectively from 15°C to 11°C and from 25°C to 20°C.
Cloud cover increases significantly throughout November. The percentage rises from 26% on November 1 to 39% on November 30. This increase in cloud cover brings with it more rainfall as well.
Larnaca receives an average amount of rainfall of 40 mm during this month and there are 8 days with precipitation. This makes November the fifth wettest month of the year, after December, January, February and March. The likelihood that precipitation occurs rises in the course of the month, from 24% to 34%. There are two main types of rainfall: thunderstorms and moderate rain. They happen respectively on 53% and 33% of the days with rainfall. Light rain may be observed as well, but only on 12% of the rainy days.
Where to stay
For a luxurious stay in Cyprus, look no further than the five-star, Ciao Stella Deluxe Hotel. This luxury, adult-only hotel is perfect for couples wanting a romantic getaway or business persons looking for a stay with top-notch service. Situated in the heart of Larnaca on McKenzie Beach, the hotel offers free parking to guests, a 24-hour conference room and room service, free Wi-Fi, a concierge service, complimentary bottled water daily, and same-day laundry service. The hotel's restaurant has a gourmet menu, while their bar serves drinks and light snacks. Rooms range from standard single rooms to seafront rooms with balconies, all offering modern décor and comfortable bedding.
Things to do
While the weather is still warm and sunny enough for the beach—though not to go swimming—why not head straight there on your break? There are plenty of different beaches to choose from in Larnaca, offering everything from loungers to beachfront cafés and restaurants. If you're after a more secluded spot, there are quieter beaches too.
If you want a more active holiday, Larnaca is a haven for water sports. A wide variety of water sports is represented in Larnaca, with the option to try out windsurfing, water skiing, jet skiing, kitesurfing, canoeing, sailing, parasailing, kayaking and snorkelling.
Visitors who want a more cultural experience should definitely consider visiting Ancient Kition. This interesting historic site lies to the northwest of the resort and consists of ancient temples dating back to the 13th century BC. Major highlights are the city walls and the Phoenician Temple ruins. Additionally, there are ancient tombs built out of ivory, bronze and gold. The site is open during the entire year, from Monday through Friday.
Eating and drinking out
As such a popular holiday destination, Larnaca is home to a plethora of eating and drinking venues, ranging from fast food joints and local taverns to world-class restaurants and sports bars. No matter what you're in the mood for, you will be able to find it in the resort—particularly the city centre is chock-full with options. As an important fishing port, Larnaca is a great place to sample fish and seafood dishes.