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Introduction

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Weather

Southern Cyprus has a typical Mediterranean climate with warm or hot summers from May to September and mild winters, when most of the rain falls. Still, Soutern Cyprus in general is drier compared to countries more towards the west in the region. Along the coast, temperatures during the day average between 30 and 33 degrees Celsius, dropping to a balmy 22 degrees at night. Inland, the lower areas are hotter during the day but feel less sticky during the night. Some higher located inland areas feel pleasantly warm during the day, which can be relief when you are visiting in summer. Nicosia has average highs in summer of around 37 degrees Celsius, sometimes hitting 44 degrees during July or August. Winters are mild, generally between 16 and 19 degrees at daytime. December and January are the wettest months, coastal areas being wetter compared to inland places like the capital Nicosia.

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Getting There

By Plane

Larnaca International Airport (LCA) is the main international airport, followed by Paphos International Airport (PFO). Both are found in Southern Cyprus, and receive flights from throughout Europe and select destinations in the Middle East.

Cyprus Airways is the national airline, with its main hub at Larnaca International Airport.

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