What’s the weather like in Limassol in May?
A popular destination for sunny beach holidays, Limassol is on the south coast of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean. It has long, hot summers and short, mild winters, and temperatures are getting warmer as May rolls on and summer draws closer. The weather’s dry and sunny at this time of year, perfect for exploring the local sights as well as spending the afternoon at the beach.
In May, the average temperature in Limassol is 20ºC, reaching a high of 24ºC in the peak of the afternoon. It’s warm enough to relax on the beach at this time, and the resort is quieter this month compared to the high season. Things stay pleasant in the evenings when temperatures dip to 16ºC, so you shouldn’t need anything warmer than a light jumper if you’re out exploring the local bars and restaurants. Just 15mm of rain’s expected over three days in May, so wet weather won’t spoil your holiday. If you want to go swimming or snorkelling in the Mediterranean Sea, the water’s an inviting 20ºC this month.