Where is hot in June
Summer officially begins this month and with the sun shining down on so many places, you might have a hard time choosing which one to visit. The Mediterranean season is now in full swing, so if you’re looking for beaches, parties and great food then the islands of Rhodes and Menorca won’t disappoint. June is also a great time to combine sun with city and where better than the one that never sleeps?
New York comes alive in summer with festivals and concerts, which are a great way to do something different during your break. If you’re looking to fly somewhere tropical then snorkelling in the blue waters of St Lucia is spectacular at this time of year.
Take a look below to find out more about our top picks of hot places in June.
June is a great time to visit New York because it’s the month the city’s packed schedule of summer festivals and events kicks off. From Pride Week, Shakespeare in the Park and the Museum Mile Festival to free outdoor concerts and movies, there are loads of ways to enjoy the energy and culture of the Big Apple aside from its many famous landmarks. It’s one of the best holiday destinations in June, and an exciting time to feel the metropolitan atmosphere really come alive.book now Find out more Try these alternative destinations Menorca Rhodes Split Portugal Crete
For a more chilled Balearics experience this month, try Menorca. If you’re an adventure seeker you’ll be spoilt for choice amongst the cycling and hiking trails that weave into the hills and along the coast dotted with pretty coves and ancient monuments. If you prefer to keep to civilisation, then the old town of Ciutadella with its maze of old cobbled streets and pretty port is perfect for a relaxed day in the sun. Various combination of attractions, and great weather means that everyone deciding on where to go on holiday in June can find something suitable for them in Balearics.book now Find out more Try these alternative destinations New York Rhodes Split Portugal Crete
With around 300 days of sunshine a year, it’s hard to go wrong with a visit to the Greek island of Rhodes. It's the best place to visit in June, because the temperature in June stays around the mid-20’s so it’s still comfortable enough to go for walks during the day and discover the many fishing villages, historical sites and castles like the Kastéllo Kritinías. There’s also a coastline full of great beaches and if you want to get in early on the bar scene then head to the north where the summer party season is just getting started.book now Find out more Try these alternative destinations New York Menorca Split Portugal Crete
If you’re travelling to Split in June, you can expect long sunny days amid the hustle and bustle of life on the Dalmatian Coast. If you are keen to visit hot places in June, Split is the place to go for. The weather is perfect now for taking a day trip over to the UNESCO World Heritage listed town of Trogir, where you can explore the pretty medieval streets and get some amazing views from the St. Lawrence Cathedral bell tower. There are also a number of islands off the coast such as Brac, which is well worth a visit for its excellent diving spots, sandy beaches and locally-produced olive oil.book now Find out more Try these alternative destinations New York Menorca Rhodes Portugal Crete
Things are really starting to warm up in Portugal in June and with average highs of 26°C, you'll be topping up that tan in no time. If you're down in the Algarve, where temperatures tend to be highest (and driest!) you'll be lucky to top 30°C on some days. If that's making you a little hot under the collar, take a dip in the refreshing ocean, where temperatures are a little cooler at 19°C.book now Find out more Try these alternative destinations New York Menorca Rhodes Split Crete
Crete in June is starting to sizzle at an average temperature of 24°C and highs of 28°C. If you're on the beach, there's plenty of sunshine and 22°C warm waters perfect for watersports. A light breeze rolls in from the mountains occasionally but if you're getting too hot down on the sand, head up to higher ground where the temperatures drop and there's plenty of beautiful scenery to take in.book now Find out more Try these alternative destinations New York Menorca Rhodes Split Portugal