What’s the weather like in Paphos in July?
Lying on the southwest coast of Cyprus, Paphos has a typical Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. In the summer months the resort is bright and humid, making it the ideal destination for a holiday in the sun. July is slightly cooler than August, but is still one of the hottest months in Paphos. It’s perfect for enjoying the beautiful coastline, exploring the historical sights or sipping cocktails at the beachside bars.
In Paphos, temperatures reach an average daytime temperature of 25°C in July, hitting 30°C in the hottest parts of the day. There’s often very little to no rain in July, and alongside the average 20°C low temperatures and the long 14 hour days of sunshine, there’s plenty of opportunity to make the most of the whole day. Warm Mediterranean sea temperatures of 26°C encourage swimming and water activities like scuba diving and snorkelling.