What’s the weather like in Larnaca in July?
Larnaca weather in July is incredibly warm and sunny, with increasingly high temperatures and constant clear blue skies. If you love the heat and want to experience the perfect holiday in paradise, then Larnaca is the ideal destination.
With its Mediterranean climate, it’s no surprise that Larnaca has high temperatures and an unlimited supply of golden sunshine in the summer. July is actually the hottest month of the year, so you’ll definitely need to keep topping up your sunscreen to protect your skin under the Cyprus sun.
The average high in July is 33°C, which is perfect weather for sunbathing on the golden sandy beaches as you overlook the glistening Mediterranean Sea. You’ll see the temperature dropping in the evening, often reaching lows of 21°C, which is still very warm and you can probably do without your jacket if you’re planning a night out with friends. The average amount of sunshine in July is 14 hours, giving you lots of time to explore and sight-see before the sun goes down for the night. The average rainfall in July is just 4mm, so it’s very unlikely that you’ll see any rain clouds during your stay.