Living in North Cyprus’ Mediterranean environment


Living in North Cyprus – a Mediterranean country

Located in one of the Mediterranean Sea’s warmest zones, North Cyprus holidays offer a Mediterranean environment with crystal blue seas, scorching dry summers, and mild winters, making it a perfect vacation spot for couples, families, and singles. Because Cyprus boasts roughly 320 sunny days per year, it is a popular vacation destination for sun lovers.

In terms of climate, Cyprus is one of the world’s healthiest regions. Enjoy stunning sunrises and sunsets while soaking up the sun. Holidays in North Cyprus are feasible at any time of the year. The peak season starts in April and lasts until mid-November. From May through November, the sea is warm and inviting.


The weather in North Cyprus is hot and dry from May to October. Temperatures can reach over 37 degrees Celsius, and rain is uncommon. If it rains throughout the summer, it is usually only a brief sprinkle. The rainy season in North Cyprus lasts from December to April. Winter is mild, with some snow on the Troodos mountains, as well as cooler temperatures and winds. January and February are the coldest months, with average maximum temperatures of 15-16 degrees Celsius. Even at night, temperatures below 0 degrees Celcius are rare. There are likely to be some rainy days in February and March, but it rarely rains in the summer months of May through September.

The warmest months in North Cyprus are July and August. Those who can’t stand the heat should go in September and October when the temperatures are at their best. In July and August, the temperature exceeds 47 degrees Celsius, with nights ranging from 20 to 24 degrees Celsius. In February, the sea temperature can reach 17 degrees Celsius, and in August, it can reach 28 degrees Celsius. Cyprus blossoms magnificently throughout the year and provides a fantastic opportunity to explore flora and fauna.

Living in North Cyprus is relatively cheap compared to other Mediterranean or European countries. The Turkish Lira is the local currency of North Cyprus. Since the cost of living is low in North Cyprus, a person receiving minimum wage can live comfortably. Furthermore, a family with a single child living in the same house, where both parents work for minimum wage, can live a life that is above average.

North Cyprus, which enjoys sunshine for most of the year due to its Mediterranean environment, is one of the leading agricultural producers. Because production satisfies domestic demand, fresh fruit and vegetables in North Cyprus are less expensive than in many other European countries. Those who live in Cyprus can enjoy the freshest produce at the most inexpensive prices thanks to fresh products from organic farming zones.

Food and drink prices in Turkey are much lower than in many other countries due to a combination of low alcoholic beverage taxes and the high value of international currencies such as the British Pound, Euro, and US Dollar against the Turkish Lira. Although prices fluctuate depending on the number of tourists in a certain region, dining out and having a good time will not cost you much as it would in many other European nations for the reasons stated above.


If that isn’t enough to pique your interest, consider that real estate costs in North Cyprus are quite low when compared to those in other European countries. To give you a better sense, we computed that the price difference is between 40 and 60 percent. While a luxury home near the sea may be purchased for £80,000 (prices change according to the current exchange rate) in Cyprus, a villa with similar qualities in other European nations can cost anything from £150,000 to £400,000. We can promise you that rental costs in Cyprus follow the same pattern as in the United Kingdom.

One of the numerous reasons why many individuals opt to relocate to Cyprus is the low cost of living in North Cyprus and the benefits that come with it.

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