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Where Is Hot in June?

 

Want to know where is hot in June to go on holiday? In this travel guide we’ve listed our top 10 hot in June destinations to help you find the perfect place for your next getaway.

If none of our suggestions tickle your fancy (although we think they will!), be sure to use our destination finder to discover the best places to visit this June. Here you can include specific filters and search criteria to help you find the perfect destination for your next trip. 

Hot Destinations for June 2021

Destination

Temp

Sunshine

Flight Time

Dubrovnik

27º

14 hours

4 hours

Gran Canaria

20º

9 hours

4.5 hours

Pangkor Laut

32º

7 hours

12.5 hours

Saint Maarten

31º

10 hours

12 hours

Cote d’Azur

24º

10 hours

2 hours

Jordan

31º

12 hours

5 hours

Costa Almeria

27º

14 hours

2.5 hours

The Deep South, USA

33º

10 hours

15 hours

Peru

20º

8 hours

12.5 hours

Tuscany

29º

11 hours

2 hours

 

1. Dubrovnik

  • Temperature: 27º
  • Sunshine: 14 hours
  • Flight Time: 4 hours

Dubrovnik is located on Croatia’s gorgeous Dalmatian Coast, which believe it or not is where the famous breed of dog originates from. This coastal city faces the Adriatic Sea and is known for the majestic castle walls of its old town.

Considering how well preserved the city is, it’s no wonder that there’s plenty of heritage and culture to explore in this unusual destination, just one of the reasons it has quickly become popular with families and couples alike. Here you can enjoy everything the city has to offer including its beautiful beaches and glistening waters. 

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2. Gran Canaria

  • Temperature: 20º
  • Sunshine: 9 hours
  • Flight Time: 4.5 hours

Famous for its black lava and white sand beaches, Gran Canaria has become one of the most popular hot destinations in Europe. In the south lay the best-known resorts of Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles which boast alluring beaches, a vibrant nightlife and plenty of accommodation for every kind of traveller.

Away from the coast, you may fancy a visit to Pico de las Nieves, the second-highest mountain peak on the island. Here you’ll be able to see the volcanic monolith of Roque Nublo in the distance. Whilst there are many hiking trails on the island, you may be glad to know that you can reach Pico de las Nieves by car.

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3. Pangkor Laut

  • Temperature: 32º
  • Sunshine: 7 hours
  • Flight Time: 12.5 hours (further travel required)

As a small island in western Malaysia, Pangkor Laut is a tiny slice of paradise that rests south of the more famous islands of Langkawi & Penang and is a stone’s throw away from the larger island of Pangkor.

This private island is owned and managed by a single resort, which was called ‘Number One in the World’ by Condé Nast Traveller. It is here where you’ll find world-class accommodation, facilities and some of the best gastronomical delights of Malaysian cuisine.

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4. Saint Maarten

  • Temperature: 31º
  • Sunshine: 10 hours
  • Flight Time: 12 hours

Nestled in the heart of the Caribbean you’ll find the island of Saint Maarten, which is technically split into two territories. The southern side (Sint Maarten) is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the northern half (Saint Martin) is a French overseas collectivity.

This island paradise is known for its sparkling lagoons, stunning beaches and salt pans — which is what brought the Dutch here in the first place. In Philipsburg you’ll to find quaint cobblestone streets and colourful colonial architecture as well as a range of luxury accommodation.

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5. Cote d’Azur

  • Temperature: 24º
  • Sunshine: 10 hours
  • Flight Time: 2 hours

The Cote d’Azur, or the French Riviera, is the only coast in France to face the Mediterranean Sea. Known as a playground for the rich and famous it is here where you’ll find the renowned retreats of St. Tropez, Marseilles, Cannes and Monaco.

Foodies are sure to be swooned by the local cuisine and considering its proximity to the sea, there’s plenty of fresh seafood to go around. However, this sparkling destination has just as much to offer its visitors outside of the restaurants as it does within.

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6. Jordan

  • Temperature: 31º
  • Sunshine: 12 hours
  • Flight Time: 5 hours

Although it is perhaps most famous for its heritage and ancient archaeological sites — especially Petra — there’s plenty to see and do in Jordan, which is often referred to as the heart of the Middle East. For instance, you may want to explore the desert wilderness of the Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon or experience weightlessness with a dip in The Dead Sea.

Tourists should also plan a visit to the Aqaba, an ancient coastal city facing the Red Sea that has been inhabited since 300BC. Its many beach resorts have become well-known hubs for watersports enthusiasts, and the Yamanieh coral reef is great for scuba diving.

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7. Costa Almeria

  • Temperature: 27º
  • Sunshine: 14 hours
  • Flight Time: 2.5 hours

Despite stretching for more than 200km Costa Almeria is fairly unknown, thus making it one of Spain’s best hidden gems. Here you will find an abundance of golden sandy beaches and many picturesque villages. As it receives fewer tourists than other parts of the country, the town of Almeria itself is perfect for a relaxing getaway and offers a more traditional taste of Spain.

If you venture inland you’ll find the Sierra Nevada mountains and the semi-arid Tabernas desert, as well as several national parks, all of which make up the diverse landscape of this beautiful destination. 

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8. The Deep South, USA

  • Temperature: 33º
  • Sunshine: 10 hours
  • Flight Time: 15 hours

If you’re wondering: “Where is really hot in June?” then a trip to The Deep South, USA, might well be up your street. This part of the country has a lively culture and a fascinating past, all of which will make for a monumental holiday to the USA.

Home to the Blues and the birthplace of Jazz, a wander down the narrow streets of New Orleans is a must for any music fan and can be paired with a venture out to the swamps and bayous of the surrounding area.

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9. Peru

  • Temperature: 20º
  • Sunshine: 8 hours
  • Flight Time: 12.5 hours

High on the travel lists for many intrepid explorers, Peru is perfect if you’re looking for a long-haul destination that is hot in June. This country is perhaps most famous for the iconic and awe-inspiring Incan citadel of Machu Picchu that sits high on the Andes mountains.

There is however a lot more to this fascinating country, and a trip to Peru wouldn’t be complete without seeing some of its other sites, such as Lake Titicaca and the cities of Cuzco and Arequipa.

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10. Tuscany

  • Temperature: 29º
  • Sunshine: 11 hours
  • Flight Time: 2 hours

Tuscany is a destination like no other, if you haven’t been to Italy before then this is a great place to start. Here you can experience the lush olive groves of the quintessentially Tuscan countryside, explore its cities and relax on its soft sandy beaches. Whatsmore is that you can do all of that without hours of travelling, which is why we recommend hiring a car for the duration of your stay.

Here you will also find many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the Cradle of the Renaissance in the Tuscan capital of Florence, The Piazza dei Miracoli (and the leaning tower of Pisa) and the medieval towers of San Gimignano.

Expect a relaxed atmosphere, plenty of culture and some of the best Italian food that will ever grace your lips.

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Can’t Find Somewhere Hot in June?

 

If you can’t find your perfect destination for June we have it covered. Changing your travel months can certainly open up the selection of destinations offering warm weather. Use the links below to view the hottest destinations for all other travel months. Alternatively, you could use our awesome destination finder found at the top of the page. 

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