Weather Averages for Kalkan in June
Averages for Kalkan in June
Although situated on Turkey’s Lycian coast overlooking the Mediterranean, Kalkan was home to many Greek residents in the early 1900s and a great deal of old Greek architecture still exists in the town today, with many buildings having the telltale whitewash and open air balconies often attributed to Greek-style villas.
Blue skies are plentiful in Kalkan in June. Temperatures range from 17 degrees celsius to 29 degrees, and sometimes even surpass the 30 degree mark. It’s truly summer in Kalkan in June, so visitors are encouraged to get out and enjoy it.
It’s very unlikely to rain much, and if its does, it’ll probably just be a light drizzle. Rainfall is a low 7mm on average during the month, so many visitors can be seen hitting Kalkan’s beaches and soaking up the sun.
There’s plenty of beach choices in and around Kalkan, so which to choose? Start with Kaputas Beach. Located between Kalkan and nearby Kas, it has been voted one of the 10 best beaches in Turkey by the Guardian Newspaper. There are no facilities here, making it a very ‘local’ beach, but it means there’s far less crowds and it gives a bit of a glimpse into the ‘real’ Turkey. Public buses between Kalkan and Kas stop here, so it’s easily accessible.
Enjoy dinner and drinks in the open air setting of Cafe Vita back in Kalkan. Wednesdays and Saturdays are extremely popular as it’s BBQ and live music night. Wine, beers and cocktails flow freely here all night long.
The Sevgi Hotel offers up some comfortable yet budget accommodation in Kalkan. From just £27 per night guests can enjoy air conditioned rooms overlooking the onsite pool and breakfast terrace. Families are particularly welcome here, and there’s a paddling pool for younger guests.