Paphos Weather July Averages, Cyprus
What's The Weather Like In Paphos In July?
July is one of the two hottest months of the year in Paphos, though on average it is not quite as hot as August. Although temperatures are high, the heat is usually less intense than in inland parts of Cyprus, thanks to the moderating effects of the nearby sea.
How Hot Is Paphos In July?
The daytime temperature rises to an average maximum of 30°C and falls to an average overnight minimum of 20°C, which makes July a good time of year for outdoor activities during the evenings and overnight, as well as for sunbathing during the daytime.
Heatwaves In Paphos
Inland parts of Cyprus are quite prone to extreme heatwaves when southerly winds drag up hot and dry air from northern Africa, but Paphos, close to the south-west coast, tends to miss the highest temperatures.
When Was Cyprus's Hottest Day?
The highest temperature ever recorded in Cyprus was at Athalassa when the heat reached 45.6°C in August 2010.
Does It Rain In Paphos In July?
Most of July has no rain at all, although short-lived downpours are not completely unknown. The average precipitation total is 0.3mm, spread over an average of 0.2 wet days. During the period 1991-2005, the wettest July of the period had just 3.3mm of rain and 1 wet day.
Sunshine Hours In July
Is Cyprus Humid In July?
The mean relative humidity is moderately high at 73%.
Is The Sea Warm In Cyprus In July?
The average sea temperature rises as the summer progresses and during July the long-term mean is 26°C, which is ideal for most underwater activities including swimming, diving and snorkeling.
Hotels for Paphos in July
Alexander the Great Beach Hotel
Paphos is proud of the range of enticing accommodation options provided on the island and most tastes will be spoilt for choice. The Alexander the Great Beach Hotel at Posidonos Avenue offers fabulous 4-star accommodation close to the beach.
Constantinou Bros Asimina Suites Hotel
The Constantinou Bros Asimina Suites Hotel at Theas Afroditis Avenue, Kato Paphos, is a luxury 5-star hotel that includes a large swimming pool surrounded by sun beds.
Aliathon Holiday Village
The Aliathon Holiday Village at Poseidonos Avenue, Paphos 8063 has amazing facilities including, kids' facilities, a spa, a restaurants and a bar.
Paphinia Sea View
There are some wonderful budget options too, including the Paphinia Sea View Apartments at Poseidon Avenue, Kato Paphos that includes sensational views for low prices.
Self-catering options include Villa Antigone, which is an ideal villa for families with children.
Beaches for July for Paphos
July falls within the main tourist season, so it's a good time for those who like busy and vibrant scenes but it also means that many of the beaches tend to be quite crowded at times. The coves and beaches south of Agios Georgios feature some secluded bays which are reputed to be the best sites for naturists in the Paphos area.
Escape Beach Club
The Yavuz Cikarma Plaji or Escape Beach, is situated next to the lively Escape Beach Club, which provides sporting entertainment and meals during the day and transforms into a nightclub overnight and hosts some beach parties.
Restaurants and Bars for Paphos in July
Paphos has a very wide range of well rated restaurants and visitors are spoilt for choice as long as they avoid the dodgier outlets. There are many good outlets that serve Greek cuisine (which is similar to locally-produced Cypriot cuisine), including the Windmill Restuarant at 19, Paphias Aphrodite's Street, which is a family-run restaurant.
Mar Bianco Cafe
A fresh seaside restaurant which serves European cuisine, The Mar Bianco Cafe at Pafinia 11-13, Poseidonos Avenue.
Lighthouse Beach Bar
A tropical beach bar is the Lighthouse Beach Bar on Lighthouse Beach, near Tomb Of The Kings Road. This bar features a wide range of pub food including pitas, burgers, omelettes and ice creams and simply relax and watch over the nearby coastline.
Those after musical entertainment can consider the Paradise Place at Pomos 8870, which features regular musical entertainment and hosts the annual Paradise Jazz Festival in July and/or August each year.
Things to do in Paphos in July
July is a good time of year to try out some underwater entertainment. For those after something a bit different, Undersea Walkers, based at Cynthiana Beach Hotel, Tomb of the Kings Road, offer a guided trip helmet diving and walking on the sea bed, for which no prior experience of diving is required. Visitors can survey rock formations and sea life at the bottom of the sea.
BOB diving (on an underwater scooter) trips are also offered, though you must be 13 or over, and 4 ft 6 or taller, in order to participate for safety reasons. For a more traditional experience, scuba diving trips are also offered. Transport is freely provided from your choice of hotel.
Super Aphrodite Water Park
Holidaymakers can cool off by enjoying a stay at the Super Aphrodite Water Park, situated at Poseidnos Avenue. There are many attractions at the site, including a large rafting ride, a wave pool, massaging facilities, numerous slides, a pirate ship slide, lazy river rides, and a super volcano. Note that visitors are not allowed to bring their own food and that the in-house restaurants are quite pricey, so plan your eating accordingly when on a trip to the water park.
Dates for the diary
The Koumantaria Festival
There are many concerts that are held in Paphos during July, including the Concert for the Youth. The Koumantaria Festival is held in late-July each year to celebrate Commandaria Wine, which is produced in a small area of Cyprus that contains 14 villages, and it is held at Lania Village. The festival features Greek and Cypriot music and dances, and features musical nights and is rounded off with a fireworks display.