Larnaca has a hot semi-arid climate. The summers are hot and the winters are mild. The warmest month is August with an average temperature of 27.6°C. The coldest month, on the other hand, is February with an average temperature of 11.8°C. In autumn, the average temperature is around 22°C and during spring you can expect the temperature to be around 17°C.
Larnaca has an incredibly low annual precipitation. On average it has 37.7 rainy days per year. With December being the wettest month and July and August being the driest months. The city is sometimes seen as a Mediterranean climate, but the winter rainfall is below the required amount to be called a Mediterranean climate.
Throughout the year, Larnaca has over 3,356 hours and approximately 320 days of sunshine!
Larnaca is known for its famous Salt lakes. Larnaca Salt Lake is a complex network of four salt lakes of varying sizes located west of Larnaca. Lake Aliki is the largest, followed by Lake Orphani, Lake Soros, and Lake Spiro. After the Limassol Salt Lake, they form Cyprus’s second largest salt lake. The lakes have a total surface area of 2.2 km2.