Kyrenia Weather September Averages, Cyprus
What's the weather like in Kyrenia in September?
In September, the amount of sunshine reduces a bit with every day recording 10 hours of sunshine. This results in an average temperature of 25°C (77°F). UV level is normally high throughout the month, so don't forget your sunnies. The average high temperature for the month is 31°C (88°F), dropping to a comfortable average low of 18°C (64°F) during the night.
The average sea temperature in September is around 27°C (80°F).
The length of the day gradually decreases by about 1 hour, or 2.1 minutes day to day. The longest day is September 1 with 13 hours of sunlight, and the shortest is September 30 with 11:50 hours. The sun rises around 6:20-6:40AM, and sets around 6:30-7:15PM.
Skies above Kyrenia in September are mostly clear, with the amount of rainfall an average precipitation of 6 mm. The chance of rain is around 11-18%, usually occurring as light rain or thunderstorms. Daily wind speeds range from light air to moderate breeze, typically coming from due west.
Hotels in Kyrenia in September
Dome Hotel and Casino Kyrenia
Dome Hotel and Casino Kyrenia rates highly as a quality, budget friendly place to stay in Kyrenia. The hotel is more than 70 years old, and recently renovated in tasteful decor. It is excellently located, just near the harbour, local shops and restaurants. It boasts some superb views, too. Both rooms and suites are available, providing a sea or mountain view. All rooms offer a balcony, A/C, bathroom, minibar, telephone, LCD TV, and free parking, while the suite even has a jacuzzi. Its restaurant and bars offer traditional Cypriot fare with nightly live music.
The British Hotel
The British Hotel is located within easy walking distance to the harbour and the town's main attractions, shops and restaurants. Highly recommended, it has four floors and eighteen rooms all with en suite bathroom, A/C, telephone, minibar, satellite TV, and most have a balcony. You can rent a car from the concierge or order from the 24-hour room service.
Beaches in Kyrenia in September
Kyrenia starts to get chilly in the fall months, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the surf and sand. Acapulco Beach provides full facilities for sun loungers. Its crystal clear waters attract water sports enthusiasts, especially those devoted to windsurfing.
The picturesque village of Catalkoy harbours a beach of the same name. Located just 7km east of Kyrenia, this beach is nestled in the foothills of Five Finger Mountains. This is a small, private beach, with a stable that organises beach rides for visitors.
Bars and Restaurants
The Ambiance is a modest restaurant overlooking an old mill and the Mediterranean sea. The menu is diverse, and mostly seafood with a mix of European and Turkish flair. The view is lovely, a perfect setting to bring your date.
Bella Moon is a cosy Turkish restaurant situated in a courtyard dotted with trees. The friendly staff serves mezzes, shish kebabs, and succulent lamb chops. A popular choice among local Cypriots.
The Old Mill Cafe
The Old Mill Cafe is an ancient mill that has been restored into a museum cum cafe. Tucked away in the side streets of Bellapais, the cafe serves an array of Cypriot delights, but what it does best are the coffee and afternoon treats like apple tart and ice cream.
Things to Do in Kyrenia in September
International Cyprus Theatre Festival
Earmark the electrifying International Cyprus Theatre Festival in your travel diary. Bringing together theatre groups from around the world, this festival is a great event. Mediocre Am Dram it is not. The Seker Bayram festival (sugar festival) is a major celebration among Muslim communities and marks the end of Ramadan with an exchange of gifts and sweets among friends and families.
Kyrenia offers some great boat tours--ride the Mediterranean waters while exploring the island and its coastal surroundings. Blue Dolphin Cyprus are on hand to make sure you make the most of your sea legs.
Visit the ancient city of Salamis, one of the best-preserved ruins in the area. According to legend, the founder, Teucer son of Telamon, fought in the Trojan war but was cursed in exile because he failed to avenge his brother Ajax. Excavations have revealed Phoenician and Assyrian presences. Most of the ruins date from the late Hellenistic period, including an enormous esplanade to a once-magnificent Temple of Zeus.