Towards the north-westerly tip of Cyprus, the island’s rolling hills and ancient vineyards give way to the wild, dramatic beauty of the Akamas Peninsula.
Named after the mythical son of Theseus, Akamas is one of the most beautiful areas of Cyprus; with its fresh mountain springs and seasonal swathes of wild orchids and cyclamen, it comes as no surprise to learn that it was here that Aphrodite first set eyes on Adonis.
From London: 4.5 hours
GMT +1 hour
Not Applicable for EU Citizens
Summer – If you’re a sun worshipper then you won’t be disappointed by the weather in Cyprus during the summer months. June to August there’s around 13 hours of 32C sunshine, but in late July and early August temperatures can reach as high as 43C.
The high temperatures make the beaches perfect for sunbathing, and the sea is warm enough for all day swimming and watersports. In September and October the temperatures are still around the 30C mark and there’s around 9 hours of sunshine per day.
Further inland the summer temperatures will be even higher and have been known to hit around 48C.
Winter – Cyprus is known as the island of sun and it’s no different in the winter. December to February enjoys temperatures of around 18C and you will still have around 5 hours of sunshine per day. An April Easter break will see you topping up a tan with 8 hours of sunshine per day and temperatures hitting 24C.
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