What’s the weather like in Tunisia in June?
If you fancy relaxing by white, sandy beaches in a hot and dry climate, then the weather in Tunisia in June is perfect for you. In this month, the Mediterranean coastline of Tunisia sees hours of bright blue skies and temperatures around 30°C.
The south of Tunisia, in idyllic resorts such as Djerba, the temperature’s a little hotter than popular towns in the north, like Port El Kantaoui and Hammamet. The eastern Mediterranean coast of Tunisia enjoys a cool and welcoming sea breeze throughout June, which compares well to the hot conditions of the inland deserts.
Thanks to its location on the northern tip of Africa, the Tunisia weather in June sees hardly a drop of rain and continually high temperatures. Just 5mm falls on average as the famous Tunisian sunshine bathes the coastline for up to 12 hours a day. In June, the sun rises very early, at around 5am, and doesn’t set until after 7.30pm. Sun-seekers will love Tunisia in June. Temperatures top 30°C for much of the day, but you must take care in the sun, as UV levels are near their highest. The humidity can stay quite refreshing at 52%, and if you’re relaxing by the coast, the mild sea breeze of 12mph is very welcome. The sea will also be very tempting, as the water should be about 22°C in June in Tunisia.