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Limassol in late August

Hi all - we're thinking about taking a beach holiday based a few miles outside of Limassol, Cyprus in either late August or early Sept.

Can anyone please tell me if this is still the height of the tourist season? I've been to Cyprus a couple of times before but always in February when its relatively quiet.

I'm not into clubbing (way too old!!) and I don't want too much noise - so, that said, is this a good time to go?

Also, I've looked at the average temp for this time of year and it varies between 25 and 30 degrees - depending on which internet site you use - can anyone tell me if these temperatures are realistic? Its important to get some sun (anyone in the UK knows what I'm talking about!!)

Thanks, in anticipation, for your help.

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