Limassol enjoys a rather temperate climate all year round, making travel to the area generally pleasant and comfortable.

If you’re heading to Limassol in the summer, it can  get very warm, temperatures of 100 degrees are not unusual in July and August,  so be prepared with appropriate clothing and shoes.  If you’re at the coast in the evenings  you can sometimes get a nice breeze, cooling things off a little.   The warm summer days will bring lots of sun and bright blue skies, making your trip to Limassol picture perfect. In the summer months, Limassol sees days with more than 12 hours of sunshine.  Make sure you drink plenty of water and use plenty of sunscreen.

Heading to Limassol in the Autumnl or Spring?  Blink and you might miss either season. The summers here are long and can arrive early and leave late.

Enjoy the mild winters in Limassol by arriving during one of the winter months. Winters are fairly mild, with some light rain and snow possible in the mountains. You won’t ever really need a heavy coat here, even on the coldest January day although you will need a jacket in the evenings during the winter months.  The highs average 62 degrees, while the lows only drop to the mid-40s.

If you want to avoid the rain, head to Limassol in the summer months, from June to September, when rain is a rare commodity. The rainiest months are December, January and February, though it is rare for it to last all day.  Which ever month you choose to go you are likely to see the sun at some point in the day even during the winter.