June Weather Averages for Larnaca
June is incredibly warm in Larnaca, Cyprus. This is also the time of year when tourists flood in, meaning this may not be an ideal time of year to visit if you dislike excessive heat or large crowds.
However, sun worshippers will be in paradise as the average high temperature now reaches 30°C during the day and goes no lower than 19°C at night. Both these temperatures tend to increase even further in the course of the month—the high t...
However, sun worshippers will be in paradise as the average high temperature now reaches 30°C during the day and goes no lower than 19°C at night. Both these temperatures tend to increase even further in the course of the month—the high temperature rises from 28°C to 31°C, while the low temperature increases from 18°C to 21°C. The overall average temperature is 25°C in June, which, together with September, makes it the third warmest month of the year after July and August.
With an average sea temperature of around 22°C, you can certainly have a go at some waterskiing, jet skiing, scuba diving and snorkelling. This is the first month of the year that has a sea temperature that is sufficiently high to be comfortable to most people.
When it comes to rainfall, Larnaca hardly gets any in June. The total amount of rainfall isn't more than 10mm, a monthly total that is recorded all the way from April through September. There is merely 1 day with rainfall this month and the probability that it will rain drops greatly in the course of the month, from 11% to 4%. Although precipitation is nearly non-existent, when it does happen, it is in the form of moderate rain showers or thunderstorms—they tend to be very brief, though.
June is not only one of the driest months of the year; it is also one of the sunniest. Cloud cover decreases from 16% to only 8% in the course of the month. This, combined with the longest days in the entire year, results in plenty of sunshine. On average, a day in June receives no less than 12 beautiful hours of sunshine. This is the highest number of sunshine hours per day of any month in the year—only in July is the same number also recorded.
Where to stay
Designed with families and business professionals alike in mind, Sun Hall Hotel is a four-star contemporary hotel, wonderfully reviewed because of its perfect location, cleanliness and staff. The hotel is situated in the city centre on the promenade of popular Phinikoudes Beach. The hotel's 113 rooms each provide free Wi-Fi, satellite channels, mini bar, safety box, and balcony providing a view of the Mediterranean Sea or the city. Sun Hall Hotel has a bar and restaurant for convenient and delectable dining and a pool for fun and relaxation. In-room dining is available during dinner hours, 6:00-10:30 PM. Several function rooms are also available by request for various events such as meetings, conferences or private parties.
Things to do
Kataklysmos Festival is celebrated during the month of June and is based around the biblical tale of Noah and the great flood. In modern times, these celebrations manifest themselves as huge water fights all around the town! If you are around when this event takes place, make sure to go and have a look.
With the weather this excellent, a wonderful thing to do is simply stroll along the seafront. The palm tree-lined seafront of Larnaca is often regarded as the most beautiful in all of Cyprus—this promenade is known as Athens Avenue. Running along wide sandy Phinikoudes Beach, this promenade is lined with restaurants, bars, cafés, stores and hotels. Bustling all day and all night long, all year round, Athens Avenue is the place to be for relaxation, sunbathing, eating, partying, sleeping and sightseeing.
Hit the beach
The main attraction in Larnaca at this time of year is the beaches, such as Faros Beach and Mackenzie Beach. Many of the beaches in the resort cater to both families and youngsters alike, with a wide range of amenities close by as well as many water sports on offer. Both the afore-mentioned beaches are Blue Flag beaches, meaning that they are safe and that there's plenty to do on and around the sand.
Eating and drinking out
Meat lovers should absolutely pay a visit to Kira Giorgena Tavern. This restaurant is well-known for its meat and fish dishes and its menu that changes every few months in order to serve only seasonal dishes, according to availability of ingredients. Make sure to try one of the traditional dishes, such as anathrikas of mushrooms, kinygi and olives oftes.