Kyrenia Weather November Averages, Cyprus
What's the weather like in Kyrenia in November?
Sunshine Hours and Temperature
November in Kyrenia enjoys relatively moderate weather and an average of 7 sunshine hours every day. The average temperature of 16°C (61°F) allows for time spent outdoors, and things can pick up to an average high temperature of 21°C (70°F). It can get a little cloudy during the evening, and there's a drop in temperature to an average low of 10°C (50°F).
Average sea temperature in November is around 22°C (71°F).
Kyrenia receives an average precipitation of 48mm, which is in many ways a god send, especially as it helps soak up and deposit the dust that can blight the area. The chance of rain is 22-28%, usually occurring as 60%. Humidity ranges from comfortable (36%) to very humid (90%). Daily wind speeds range from calm to moderate breeze, usually coming from due west.
Hotels in Kyrenia in November
Hotel Pia Bella
Hotel Pia Bella is a good accommodation option, both in terms of rooms and rates. This family-run hotel is one of the best rated in the area, both in terms of service and atmosphere.
Each one of its 144 guest rooms are equipped with A/C, tea, coffee, minibar, safe, satellite TV, telephone, and bathroom amenities. Onsite facilities include two outdoor swimming pools, pool bar, garden bar, Cafe Bella, and the main restaurant. The beach is within walking distance to shops and attractions, and the beach is about three miles away.
Onar Holiday Village
A bit farther away from Kyrenia proper, Onar Holiday Village is nestled in between mountains, tranquil one pine forests and Mediterranean coastline. The complex includes 18 villas, 2 mini villas, and 44 hotel rooms. Each room includes an ensuite bathroom, A/C, cable TV, minibar, telephone, and private balcony with sea and mountain view.
The villas can accommodate larger families, with their master bedrooms, dining area, and a living room which converts to an additional bedroom. The onsite restaurant and bar serves exquisite international and traditional Cypriot cuisine, from lamb dishes to tasty shish kebabs. Facilities include a swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and Turkish bath.
Beaches in Kyrenia in November
Mermaid Beach is a private stretch of sand set in a horseshoe bay. Located just below two major hotels, it can get busy in the summer season. Visitors can enjoy a plethora of water sports, everything from windsurfing to water skiing.
Bars and Restaurants
Kyrenia has some excellent restaurants. Stone Arch is a European restaurant located in a lovely old courtyard. The ambiance is mellow and the food excellent, with some of the best curry on the island. Meals are cooked to order with fresh ingredients with great attention to detail.
The Terrace is a friendly hidden gem with an extensive wine list. Dishes are a mix of traditional mezzes and Continental fare like fish and chips. The food is always excellent and the service always exceptional.
Benoz's signature dish is the swordfish cutlet must-try for all patrons. The organic and fresh dishes and supplied by fish caught that morning and the restaurant's garden. The food is delicious and the service friendly but not too intrusive.
Things to Do in Kyrenia in November
Kyrenia Mountain Trails
Put your hiking boots on, as the song goes: they're made for walking, and Kyrenia is a fantastic place to explore on foot with numerous tours to historical sites and trails through stunning nature parks. Kyrenia Mountain Trails are unmissable.
Kyrenia Mountain Range
Climb up the Kyrenia mountain range to explore ruins left by the Ottomans, Byzantines, Venetians and Crusaders. The highest fortification, Buffo Vento, requires a steep trek without any safe fences or markersut the stunning views are arguably worth the endeavour.
Explore the nearby authentic towns. Alsancak, located 6 miles west of Kyrenia, offers spectacular views of a pretty harbour, and easy access to restaurants and beaches. The historical village of Bellapais, located 3 miles to the east of Kyrenia, is a haven for history-buffs. Wander around the town's old 12th-century abbey, one of the best preserved Gothic buildings in Cyprus. The abbey is next to a cafe and overlooks the village of Ozankoy.