What’s the weather like in Paphos in September?
Paphos is in the southwest of Cyprus and just off the south coast of Turkey and north coast of North Africa. It has year-round warmth and some of the hottest weather in Europe. If you’re going in September then you’ll get high temperatures, lots of sun and hardly any rain. Paphos is close to Western Asia which means it gets hotter than other Mediterranean destinations. The surrounding sea waters help to keep temperatures and humidity down as well as keeping you cool with refreshing breezes. Hot winds can sometimes blow in from the Sahara Desert which makes things really hot although Paphos is known for having the best weather in Cyprus.
The average high in Paphos during September is 29ºC, which is perfect for relaxing on the beach. Temperatures only drop to 19ºC at night so the evenings are still lovely and warm. The sea temperature’s 26ºC, while humidity’s very high. There’s just 3mm of rain over one day in the entire month, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with ten long hours of sunshine. UV levels will be very high so look after your skin with sun cream. Sunset’s at around 7.15pm at the start of the month.