What’s the weather like in Lake Garda in June?
Lake Garda’s the largest lake in Italy and sits in the north of the country between Milan and Verona. You can expect the weather to be lovely and warm in June although there will be some rain. Lake Garda has Mediterranean weather, but you’ll be a bit warmer here than other parts of northern Italy. This is because the mountains to the north of the lake keep the water warm, which pushes temperatures up. There are winds that blow from the north (from around midnight to mid-morning) and the south (midday to sunset), which will keep you comfortable and give you the chance to enjoy some great water sports.
The average high in Lake Garda is 26ºC in June, so there’s a lovely combination of warm weather and the lake. Temperatures drop to 15ºC at night though so you should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings. Humidity’s low, while average rainfall’s 82mm over 11 days. You can expect 16 hours of daylight each day with eight hours of sunshine. The UV level is high so make sure you wear sun cream. Sunset’s nice and late at around 9pm, which is perfect for dinner outside overlooking the lake.