What’s the weather like in Greece in June?
Greece is in the southeast of Europe and borders three seas: the Mediterranean, Aegean and Ionian. Most of the country has hot weather and hardly any rain in June. Large parts of Greece are mountainous, with the Pindus mountains in the north bringing more rain to the west compared to the east. You’ll get less rain if you’re in the south, while things are a bit cooler if you’re in the mountains.
Southern Athens gives a good idea of the weather you can expect in Greece’s popular holiday destinations. You’ll get an average high of 30ºC if you’re going there in June, and things stay quite warm in the evenings at 19ºC. The sea temperature’s 22ºC, while humidity’s moderate. There’s 11mm of rain over a single day, and you can look forward to 15 hours of daylight with 11 hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so make sure you take lots of sun cream. Sunset’s around 8.45pm.