What’s the weather like in Rovinj in June?
Located on the western shores of the Istrian Peninsula, Rovinj is a beautiful fishing port in the north-west of Croatia. June’s the start of summer for the town, and temperatures quickly rise after the mild spring. If you want to explore the old town which is on the picturesque headland, this is a great time to visit Rovinj, when temperatures are warm but not too hot. With 12 hours of sunshine each day, you’ll also have plenty of time to relax on one of the many beaches nearby.
In June the average temperature in Rovinj is 22ºC, peaking at 25ºC in the hottest part of the afternoon. With lows of 19ºC after dark, it’s still warm and perfect for enjoying an evening meal at a waterfront restaurant. The town sees around 30mm of rain spread across four days in June, so the odd shower won’t affect your holiday. If you want to go for a swim in the sea, the Adriatic waters are an inviting 22ºC this month.