What’s the weather like in Larnaca in May?
Larnaca is a lovely beach resort on the south coast of Cyprus with plenty of history. It has a Mediterranean climate which brings hot, dry summers and mild, damp winters to the region. Temperatures continue to warm up in May as summer gets closer, and you’ll have lots of dry, sunny weather if you visit at this time. If you want to relax on the beach or explore the town’s history away from the busy crowds of the peak season, May is a great month to go on holiday to Larnaca.
In May, the average temperature in Larnaca is 21ºC, reaching a high of 26ºC in the hottest part of the day. While it can get very hot during the afternoons, you might need a light jumper or cardigan for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants, as temperatures drop to 15ºC at night. Larnaca only expects around 10mm of rain in May, leaving you to enjoy ten hours of sunshine each day without the risk of a shower. When it’s time to cool off in the sea, the Mediterranean water’s a lovely 22ºC at this time of year.