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Where is hot in June? Best destinations for summer sun

June is a great time to take a summer vacation. Before the school holidays in July, beaches and tourist attractions are noticeably less crowded, both in Europe and around the world.

As Europe begins to bask in the glorious sunshine, you can relax around the pool or sit peacefully on the beach before most families descend; In addition, you will benefit from cheaper travel costs before the school holidays begin. Countries like Croatia, Greece and Italy have temperatures ranging from 24-29 degrees Celsius and up to 11 hours of sunshine a day, so you don’t have to go far to ensure warm weather.

However, if you’re more adventurous, the United States can offer both city breaks and lazy beach breaks, and you’ll find that the temperatures are still comfortable enough for walking and exploring. Meanwhile, nature lovers can take advantage of the less rainy weather in Southeast Asia to meet orangutans in Malaysia or watch elephants bathe in a river in Thailand.

From Aruba to Borneo, we’ve rounded up some early summer travel destinations with sunshine. Here are eight fun places where you can sunbathe, boost your Vitamin D levels, and completely escape the stresses of everyday life.

Sardinia, Italy

The colors of Neptune’s Grotto in Sardinia leave a lasting impact

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  • Average temperature in June: 29C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: 15

The second largest island in the Mediterranean, after Sicily, Sardinia is home to white sand beaches, turquoise seas and some fascinating rock formations. Temperatures heat up to 29 degrees Celsius in June, but there are plenty of ways to cool down in the crystal clear waters that offer great snorkeling opportunities; and there are several diving schools dotted around if you fancy venturing a little deeper. On the island’s northeast, Costa Smerelda, which means Emerald Coast, has Caribbean-like beaches with luxury resorts and superyachts, as well as guest houses. and more affordable villas. Alghero, the main city in northern Sardinia, is full of colorful architecture and you can dine on affordable lobster that locals proudly claim are the best in the world. From here you can catch a boat to Neptune’s Grotto, a spectacular stalactite cave.

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Naxos, Greece

The town of Naxos is full of traditional Greek architecture and postcard-like views

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  • Average temperature in June: 26C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: 13

If you like the traditional blue-and-white Greek architecture of Santorini and Mykonos but want to avoid the party crowds and baristas, then Naxos is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the Cyclades. Offering 13 hours of sunshine a day and temperatures around a pleasant 26 degrees Celsius, June has fewer crowds than July and August. You’ll find the outside of the island bordered by long, sandy beaches, in while inside there are many farms, olive groves, mountains, charming traditional villages, ancient temple ruins and more than 200 Byzantine churches. The town of Naxos, on the island’s northwest, has a lively waterfront lined with pubs and shops, overlooked by a magnificent 13th-century Venetian castle. It’s within walking distance. to Agios Georgios beach and a short 5 km drive from Agios Prokopios beach.

Borneo, Malaysia

Hang out with mummies and baby orangutans when you visit Borneo

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  • Average temperature in June: 29C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: ten

Asia’s largest island begins its official dry season in June, and you can expect 8 hours of daylight. Warm, comfortable days make wildlife-watching or sunbathing on sandy beaches equally enjoyable. Sepilok’s acclaimed Orangutan Rehabilitation Center, on the edge of the Kabili Forest Reserve, is worth a visit to see some of the 75 orangutans that roam the forest reserve freely. June is fruit season in the woods, which means you might catch them looking for a fruity meal. Take a trip to Sabah, located at the northern tip of Borneo, for unspoiled beaches, home to pristine coral and a wide variety of marine wildlife.

Thailand

See free-range elephants in Khao Sok National Park near Phuket

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  • Average temperature in June: 31C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: 13

June is the driest month in the rainy season in Thailand (May to October). Khao Sok National Park, in the east of the country, consists of a vast evergreen rainforest with waterfalls and unspoiled islands. It is home to a staggering number of native plant and animal species that rival the Amazon for biodiversity. You can see sun bears and leopards lounging in the sun, as well as elephants, deer, monkeys and boars. Meanwhile, the island of Phuket, a two-hour drive south, boasts white, palm-fringed beaches that cater to all types of tourists. Vibrant Patong has bustling restaurants, shops and bars, while Natai Beach is quieter and more upscale (and you can tell this from an episode Keeping up with the Kardashians).

Maui, Hawaii, USA

Watch the sun rise above the clouds at Haleakala Volcano, 10,000 feet above sea level

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  • Average temperature in June: 24C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: 9

From volcanoes and rainforests to waterfalls and ancient petroglyphs, Maui is much more than just sand and surf. In June, the temperature is a pleasant 24 degrees Celsius and accommodation is usually much cheaper than during the peak months of summer. Book your spot to see the sunrise from above the clouds by climbing the dormant Haleakala Volcano. Cyclists may enjoy taking a bike tour to cruise the 37 miles down Haleakala’s slopes and see volcanic rock formations and dark green vegetation on the way down. For hikers, the 4.8-mile Polihua Trail is a volcanic red dirt trail that offers the chance to see iconic petroglyphs dating back thousands of years, leading to a secluded beach avoid.

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Seattle, Washington

The iconic Space Needle dominates Seattle’s skyline

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  • Average temperature in June: 21C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: 9

If you’re looking for a city break that’s educational but also enjoys hiking and outdoor activities, Seattle is a hot spot. In June, you’ll have 9 hours in the sun to enjoy everything from world-class ballet to tours of the Boeing jet factory. There’s something for art lovers, technology aficionados and foodies; visit the original Starbucks at Pike Place Market or enjoy fresh oysters caught from the cool waters of Seattle. With a temperature of about 21 degrees Celsius, you can comfortably tour in a T-shirt. Climb the iconic Space Needle or experience it from a different perspective and rent a hot tub boat where you can soak while visiting the city’s most famous attractions.

Pag Island, Croatia

Zrce Beach on Pag Island is home to huge outdoor clubs

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  • Average temperature in June: 25C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: 9

With pleasant temperatures in the mid-20s and the site of the popular Hideout music festival, Pag Island is a fun place to visit in June. The island is easily accessible as it is connected to the mainland by a bridge and if you fly to Zadar you can reach Pag in about an hour’s drive. For clubgoers and music lovers, Zrce beach is where all the festivities take place and home to giant super clubs like Papaya, Nomad and Aquarius. Coves and beaches cover the island and, for more stunning views, the mainland’s Velebit Mountains dominate the inland skyline. Foodies can tour a cheese factory as Pag is world-renowned for the production and export of premium and award-winning cheeses (Paški sir), as well as olive oil and wine. Echoing.

Eagle Beach, Aruba

Aruba’s capital Oranjestad features colorful Dutch colonial architecture

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  • Average temperature in June: 33C
  • Number of hours of sunshine in a day: twelfth

In the far south of the Caribbean, much closer to Colombia and Venezuela than Cuba or the Virgin Islands, Aruba happily sits outside the hurricane belt, making June the perfect time to visit. While the rest of the Caribbean has tropical storms, Aruba experiences muggy days in its mid-30s and calm seas suitable for snorkeling or scuba diving. Eagle Beach and Palm Beach are the most popular resorts, with hotels opening onto powder-soft beaches. Bring your camera for a trip to Oranjestad, the capital of Aruba. The city is a unique blend of old and new with pale Dutch colonial buildings, vibrant colors and charming shops lining the streets.

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