What’s the weather like in Santorini in June?
With its Mediterranean climate, the Greek island of Santorini has mild winters and hot, dry summers, so it’s perfect if you love being in the sun. The island’s warm and sunny in June, making it the perfect time of year to relax on the beach or go swimming in the clear blue waters. Falling just before the high season of July and August, this is a good month to visit the island if you want to avoid the summertime crowds.
Santorini has average daytime temperatures of 22°C at the start of the month, rising to 26°C by the end of June. With highs of 29°C you’ll need to pack plenty of high factor sun cream and seek shade between 11am and 3pm, especially if you’re travelling with young children. If you’re planning on swimming in the sea, the water temperature’s a mild 22°C, perfect for snorkelling or simply cooling off after being in the sun.