What’s the weather like in Rhodes in June?
Rhodes has typical Mediterranean weather due to its location off the southwest coast of Turkey and to the southeast of mainland Greece. The largest of the Dodecanese islands, you can expect lots of sun and no rain in June. The island’s highest peak, Attavyros, protects the south from winds, so you’ll be warmer here than in the north. Things are cooler and wetter inland so you’ll probably want to stay on the coast. Cool winds arrive at the Aegean from the north, but don’t bring any rain.
The average high in Rhodes is 29ºC in June, which falls to a pleasant 19ºC at night. The sea’s great for cooling down in with a temperature of 22ºC, while humidity’s moderate. There’s not usually any rain in June, so you can look forward to 13 long hours of sunshine from 15 hours of daylight each day. Look after yourself in the sun as UV levels will be very high. Sunset’s just before 8.30pm.