What’s the weather like in Altinkum in June?
Located along Turkey’s Aegean coast in the south-west of the country, Altinkum is a popular resort town for relaxing beach breaks. It has a Mediterranean climate which brings warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters to the area, and things are starting to get quite hot in June. As the first month of summer, temperatures are rising but it’s still a bit cooler than in the peak in August. If you want to avoid busy crowds or go sightseeing, this is a great time to visit Altinkum.
In June the average temperature in Altinkum is 21ºC, reaching a high of 25ºC in the hottest part of the afternoon. With 13 hours of sunshine each day, the weather’s great for spending the day at the beach, and temperatures are pleasant after sunset too. The average low is 17ºC at night, so you shouldn’t need much more than a t-shirt or light jumper for evenings out. Just a single millimetre of rain’s forecast in June, while the Mediterranean Sea warms up to an inviting 22ºC at this time.