What’s the weather like in Limassol in September?
Sitting on the southern shores of Cyprus, Limassol is a popular destination for sun-drenched beach holidays. It has a Mediterranean climate which brings long, hot summers and mild winters to the region. The weather’s beautifully warm in September, and you can expect lots of dry, sunny days if you visit Limassol at this time of year. It’s a little bit cooler and quieter than the peak summer months, perfect if you don’t like too much heat or big crowds.
In September the average temperature in Limassol is 24ºC, reaching a high of 28ºC in the hottest part of the afternoon. With ten hours of sunshine each day at a strong UV level, you’ll need plenty of high factor sun cream for your holiday here in September. After dark, the average low dips to a warm 20ºC, so it’s t-shirt weather when you’re out and about in the evenings. September’s a dry month in Limassol, with just a few millimetres of rain, while at 27ºC the Mediterranean Sea’s at its warmest annual temperature.