What’s the weather like in Amalfi in June?
Amalfi is a beautiful town with dramatic scenery on the south-west coast of Italy. It has a Mediterranean climate which brings hot summers and mild winters to the historic destination. It’s the beginning of summer in June, and temperatures are getting hot as the peak months approach. June has great weather both for exploring the nearby towns and relaxing on the beach. There’s lots of sunshine at this time, and the waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea warm up a lot in June, perfect for swimming and snorkelling with Amalfi’s stunning cliffs as a backdrop.
At this time of year, the average high temperature reaches 26ºC in Amalfi. You can expect eight hours of sunshine each day, so don’t forget to bring plenty of sun cream with you. Temperatures remain pleasant in the evenings, but with average lows dropping to 16ºC, you might want a light jumper if you’re out in the town after dark. Around 30mm of rain’s forecast during June, while the sea temperature jumps up to 24ºC this month.