Athens Weather in June
What’s the weather like in Athens in June?
It’ll be hot, sunny and ideal for sight-seeing and sunbathing, when you visit the Greek capital this month. The brilliant Athens weather in June attracts lots of people to this historic and exciting resort.
Athens enjoys a sunny location in the south-east of Greece. It’s found in the Attica region, close to the Saronic Gulf and the Aegean Sea. The water’s very warm in June and this helps to keep temperatures inland high too. The city’s landscape creates an insulating effect and Athens is usually warmer than surrounding towns.
The hot weather in Athens in June reaches an average daytime high temperature of 30°C. That means you can spend plenty of time seeing the ancient sights and streets of this famous city, especially as the sun doesn’t set until nearly 9pm. In the evening, the temperature will only drop to around 19°C at most. Athens enjoys 12 hours of sunshine each day on average this month, from 15 hours of daylight. Take care, though, as the heat and the UV levels are very high and you should carry water and sunblock with you. The temperature of the Aegean Sea’s a very inviting 22°C during the hot summer month of June in Athens.