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According to shoppingpicks, April in Cyprus marks the start of the hot season. Temperatures range from an average high of 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall decreases significantly to an average of 10 mm (0.4 in) per month, and thunderstorms become less frequent. May continues to be hot and dry, with temperatures ranging between 24-20°C (75-68°F). Rainfall drops further to an average of 5 mm (0.2 in), while thunderstorms remain infrequent. June is still hot and dry, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 32 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 26 degrees Celsius (79 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall remains low at an average of 5 mm (0.2 in), and thunderstorms are almost non-existent. Cyprus has a Mediterranean climate. In summer the sun shines almost continuously and the mercury rises to 35°C. Holidaymakers who like it a little cooler should visit the island in April and May or October. It is then pleasantly warm and especially in spring the nature is very beautiful. It hardly rains during the holiday season, which runs from May to October. Most rain falls from December to March. At sea level it will still be 16°C during the day. What not many people know is that there is sometimes skiing in the mountains of Cyprus during that period. Check a2zgov for Cyprus government and politics.

Cyprus Geography and Population

Cyprus – geography Geographically Cyprus belongs to Asia; an underwater ridge connects the island with Asia Minor. However, with its colonial connection to Britain and close historical and cultural ties to Greece, Cyprus is often included in Europe. Population The most recent census for the whole of Cyprus was conducted in 1973. Here the population… Read More »

Things to Do in Cyprus

The Republic of Cyprus is a country located on the island of the same name. The northern part of the island is disputed territory: Cyprus considers it occupied territory and the Turkish Cypriots have declared this part the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus only recognized by Turkey. The places of interest on this page relate… Read More »

Cyprus Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Between 2016 and 2019, the Cypriot economy experienced a four-year period of very dynamic development, with GDP growing by an average of 4% per year. However, the positive development was fundamentally changed by the COVID-19 epidemic, which also hit the… Read More »

Cyprus Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Cyprus From January 1, 2004, Russian citizens need to apply for a visa to enter Cyprus. To obtain a visa, you must provide the following documents: – Passport, until the expiration of which there are at least 6 months left and its copy; – one photo taken recently; –… Read More »

Where to Go: Cyprus vs Greece?

The choice of a good resort depends on the wishes, preferences and, of course, the financial capabilities of the tourist. Cyprus and Greece are famous for their wonderful climatic features that will delight you with soft, warm sun, pleasant sea air and, of course, endless relaxation from the daily bustle. Their sandy beaches and warm… Read More »

How to Get Around Cyprus

By plane In total, there are two airports in Cyprus – in Paphos and in Larnaca. There are regular flights from Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as charters from Samara, Rostov-on-Don, Ufa, Yekaterinburg and some other cities. On water You can also get to Cyprus by sea, from the ports of Israel, Egypt and… Read More »

Cyprus State Facts

  CAPITAL Nicosia STATE STRUCTURE Presidential republic INTERNAL DIVISION Part of Cyprus is governed by the Republic of Cyprus, part is partly recognized by the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus SQUARE 9,251 km² CLIMATE subtropical mediterranean OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Greek, Turkish CURRENCY Euro, Cypriot pound POPULATION 1.17 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots RELIGION… Read More »

Cyprus History

Cyprus has been colonized by various cultures throughout its history. The Mycenaean civilization would have arrived around 1600 BC, and later Phoenician and Greek colonies were established. Pharaoh Thutmose III of Egypt subdued the island in 1500 BC and forced it to pay tribute, which was maintained until Egyptian rule was replaced by that of the Hittites (who called Cyprus… Read More »

Painted Churches in the Troodos Area (World Heritage)

The ten churches from the 11th to 17th centuries impress with their colorful Byzantine and post-Byzantine frescoes as well as their special architecture with tiled gable roofs to protect against snow and rain. Painted Churches in the Troodos Area: Facts Official title: Painted churches in the Troodos area Cultural monument: nine Byzantine churches: Stavros tou… Read More »

Choirokoitia Archaeological Site (World Heritage)

The Neolithic settlement of Choirokoitia was founded from 7th to 4th centuries. Millennium BC Inhabited. It consisted of a series of round houses surrounded by a protective wall. Choirokoitia is one of the most important prehistoric places in the Eastern Mediterranean and gives an insight into the world of people at the interface between Asia… Read More »

Popular Cyprus – Something for You?

Cyprus is one of the more popular holiday destinations for us Swedes. Every year, tens of thousands of Swedes travel to Cyprus to sunbathe, swim, experience historical sites and just enjoy. Cyprus offers a wonderful mix of beautiful architecture, chalk-white beaches and crystal clear water. The best time to travel is during the summer, but… Read More »

Go to Cyprus and Calm Your Curiosity

Cyprus has often been considered an island with a lot of secrets. Cyprus is the birthplace of the goddess of love Aphrodite and has some of the finest beaches in the Mediterranean. For several decades, Cyprus has been a charter paradise and it does not seem to be declining. Swimming and sunbathing but also a… Read More »

Five Must-sees for Tourists in Cyprus

Cyprus is a popular destination and it is not difficult to have fun there but it is always good with a few tips: The sun! In principle, everyone who chooses to travel to Cyprus does so primarily for the wonderfully beautiful weather so that you can lie on a fine sandy beach and sunbathe and… Read More »

Travel to Ayia Napa

Most people are familiar with the popular resort of Ayia Napa in Cyprus and the destination is widely known for its party life. Many people may associate the place with young people and wild parties, but the fact is that Aiya Napa has a lot to offer all kinds of holidaymakers. Here is something for… Read More »

5 Must in Nicosia

If you are thinking of visiting the capital of Cyprus Nicosia, there is a whole host of attractions. Above all, the city is packed with museums, art galleries, churches and cathedrals. Tourists usually flock around the old town, where many attractions are gathered in a fairly small area. Walking around there is an absolute must… Read More »

Travel to Nicosia

The capital of Cyprus Nicosia is centrally located on the island and has become a popular destination for tourists, not least because of its rich history. The older parts of the city center are full of sights and just walking around the area is an experience in itself. Visiting a couple of museums, churches and… Read More »

Travel to Cyprus

Something for everyone Cyprus is a popular destination for families, fun-loving but also for older couples who just want to take it easy and enjoy the beautiful nature. The island is beautifully situated in the Mediterranean, close to both Syria and Turkey. The mild climate that prevails all year round makes the island a great… Read More »