What’s the weather like in Crete in June?
Crete’s the largest of the Greek islands, and sits in the southern Aegean between the mainland and North Africa. This means you can look forward to long, sunny and dry days in June. Crete has the warmest weather in all of Greece. The mountains that stretch from east to west through the middle of the island block north westerly winds from reaching the south, which means it’s warmer and drier than the north. Breezes will keep you nice and cool on the coast, while things are a bit cooler in the mountains.
The average high in Crete is 28ºC in June, and things stay quite warm in the evenings so you won’t need to bring many warm clothes. The sea temperature’s 22ºC, while humidity’s moderate. There’s just a single millimetre of rain, leaving you to enjoy 15 long hours of daylight with 12 hours of sunshine each day. Take care of yourself and wear sun cream as UV levels will be very high. Sunset’s around 8.30pm.