flag Belek, Average Weather June

  • High Temperature
  • Low Temperature
  • Sea Temperature
  • Temperature
  • Rainfall

    9 mm
  • Rainfall Days

    4 days
  • Sunshine Hours

    12 hours

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June daily averages


June daily averages for Belek

  • 1st
    22 72
  • 2nd
    23 73
  • 3rd
    23 73
  • 4th
    24 75
  • 5th
    23 73
  • 6th
    23 73
  • 7th
    24 75
  • 8th
    24 75
  • 9th
    25 77
  • 10th
    24 75
  • 11th
    24 75
  • 12th
    25 77
  • 13th
    25 77
  • 14th
    25 77
  • 15th
    27 81
  • 16th
    28 82
  • 17th
    27 81
  • 18th
    25 77
  • 19th
    25 77
  • 20th
    25 77
  • 21st
    26 79
  • 22nd
    27 81
  • 23rd
    26 79
  • 24th
    28 82
  • 25th
    28 82
  • 26th
    28 82
  • 27th
    27 81
  • 28th
    27 81
  • 29th
    26 79
  • 30th
    28 82

June is the beginning of summer in Belek and the temperatures continue to rise. The average temperature is 25°C and it gets hotter towards the end of the month. The average high is 30°C and the average low 19°C. The highest recorded temperature in Belek for June was 45°C and the lowest was 1°C. You are unlikely to experience cold weather in June so pack all your summer clothes including your swim suit and enjoy the heat. Don't forget to drink lots of water or cool drinks to stop dehydration on hot days.

The average wind speed in June is 11km/h or 7mph. The fastest winds recorded for June in recent years hit 85km/h or 53mph. The cool wind brings welcome relief on the hot summer days in Belek.

The sea temperature warms up to 24°C and everyone should find that warm enough for a lovely long swim. Belek offers a number of other water activities such water-skiing, surfing and snorkelling so get in the warm water and enjoy a beach side holiday.

Rainfall drops to just 9mm over 4 days in June which is such a small amount that there is a chance you won't even notice that it has rained. Take advantage of the dry weather and spend as much time as possible outdoors.

Belek experiences an average of 14 hours of sunshine in June making this a tie with July for the sunniest month of the year. Don't forget to pack your suntan lotion as you have a high chance of burning especially in the middle of the day.

There is no chance of experiencing fog in Belek in June.

The relative humidity in June is 56%, this level can feel dry for some people so take lots of lotion to ensure your skin doesn't dry out. The humidity level combined with the high temperatures can lead to sunstroke and muscle cramps so be careful and stay indoors during the hottest part of the day.

Susesi Luxury Resort is a 5 star beach front resort that caters to the whole family. You can choose from a variety of suites and villas depending on your requirements and budget. The hotel has a massive pool complex that winds its way around the buildings of the resort ensuring you are never far away from a refreshing dip. The resort is all inclusive and you will find a selection of eight restaurants including a kids only restaurant and nine bars. Teenagers have their own restaurant and bar next to the bowling lanes. The resort offers a full daily program of entertainment including competitions and live show. There is a shopping centre in the resort full of high end brand names. La Calisse Spa will cater to your every beauty and relaxation need with a wide range of treatments. The resort offers kids clubs for every age level.

Papillion Ayscha  is a luxury beach front hotel In Belek. They cater to families and party goers with a mixture of child friendly activities and big DJ dance parties. Rooms range from a standard double to a presidential villa. The hotel offers a choice of 4 restaurants and three bars that cater to different tastes. There is a kids club that caters to children from the age of 4 years. The resort has a private beach with a selection of sun loungers and cabanas. There is a spa and wellness centre offering a range of treatments from massages to facials and waxes. There are two outdoor pools and one indoor pool.

The Calista Luxury Resort offers day passes to its beach for non-guests. The price is high but includes a drinks voucher for the beach bar and a snack voucher at one of the cafes. You have access to the 200 meter long beach and complimentary use of a sun lounger. The waves are small and suitable for young children. The beach has a full bar service and a snack cafe.  There are a team of lifeguards on duty to ensure your safety. The water tends to be darker than other beaches in the area due to the fine black pebbles in the sand.  You may want to wear flip-flops in the beach as they can be uncomfortable to walk on.

A short drive will take you to the village of Side and its West Beach. The water is safe and shallow making this a popular beach with families. There are a number of hire places on the beach offering sun loungers, beach chairs, umbrellas and equipment for a number of sports such as wind surfing and snorkelling. The water is very clear and a green/blue colour with a fine white sand beach. The beach has lifeguards on duty to ensure your safety. You will find a selection of restaurants and bars within a short walk of the beach.

Pescado ala Carte Restaurant is a seafood restaurant on the beach at the Gloria Golf Resort. They offer a kids menu and the place is aimed at families with young children.  The kids menu includes favourites such as fish fingers and chips or hamburgers. Adults will enjoy the fresh fish, garlic prawns and calamari. The restaurant offers great views of the ocean and you can sit outside with your feet in the sand. They have a small but reasonably priced wine list.

Le Jardin is in the Gloria Serenity Resort and offers French cuisine in a luxury setting. The resort offers baby sitting in their kids club as this is not a child friendly restaurant. You can outside on the terrace and enjoy views over the resort pool towards the ocean.  Speciality dishes include Escargot, steak with vegetables and langoustines. The prices are high but the food is excellent and the service attentive. They offer a well chosen wine list with mostly French imports on the list.

Carya Golf Club is a floodlit golf course allowing for day and night gold. The course is 18 holes and is 6563 meters long. The course was designed by Peter Thomson and is a Par 72 course layout running through pine forest and past lakes. Each hole is desgined to be challenging and rewarding to golfers. You can reserve a tee time online and you can hire equipment or buy it from on site pro-shop.

Take a Gulet Day Trip from the nearby town of Manavgat near Side. You board a traditional gulet and sail down the river to the ocean. Guests then spend the day at the beach swimming in the river or the ocean. This is great way to get away from the crowds in Belek but to still spend the day at the beach. The crew set up a BBQ on the beach and you will be served a lunch of meats and salads with cold wine and beer. In the afternoon a Belly Dancing show is put on and you can join in to learn some new dance moves.  There are a number of companies offering this trip so ask at your hotel to get the best deal.

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