Bermuda Weather June Averages, Bermuda
What's the weather like in Bermuda in June?
June is the beginning of the hot months in Bermuda and also the start of the hurricane season. Make sure you check for weather updates and the forecast before travelling to stay safe and have an enjoyable holiday at this resort. There is about a 50% chance of rain on any given day in June with average rainfall of 140mm falling over 12 days in the month, usually as moderate or light showers. Cloud cover varies from 65% to 75% during the course of the month with cloud decreasing as the month progresses. Humidity can be high at this time of year and uncomfortable for some people. With humidity levels between 70% and 90% and with warmer temperatures, it is worth making sure your accommodation has air conditioning when booking.
Temperatures are increasing in June to the hotter months of July and August. For those not wanting to travel too far, the climate is similar to that of Istanbul in Turkey in June. Bermuda experiences average high and low temperatures of 23°C to 28°C and average temperatures of 26°C during the day. The highest recorded temperature in this resort at this time of year was a hot 32°C while the lowest was 18°C. When the days get too hot, jump in the water and have a swim in the sea. Water temperatures have risen to a very pleasant 26°C and this is the best way to cool off in the heat and humidity.
The length of each day is fairly constant through June with sunrise at around 6.10 am and sun set at 8.20 pm. Make the most of the lighter mornings with a walk on the beach or an early morning dip in the sea or enjoy the longer evenings relaxing with drinks watching the sunset. Winds are often from the south and are a gentle to fresh 5 mph to 15 mph with occasional gusts of up to 24 mph.
Hotels in Bermuda in June
Hamilton Princess and Beach Club
Stay in the luxurious 4* Hamilton Princess and beach club that overlooks Hamilton harbour for amazing harbour views and a relaxing break. This hotel will host the America's Cup in 2017 and offers world-class accommodation and services. With four restaurants, an infinity pool with floating sun loungers, a full service bar and only five-minute walk to Hamilton, this is the perfect resort for a summer holiday in Bermuda. All rooms have flat screen TV and coffee making facilities, there is a fitness centre on-site, guests can hire bicycles and the concierge can assist guests with any reservations or activities they plan to do while staying here.
Coco Reef Hotel
With its own private beach, the 3* Coco Reef hotel has prime position at the southern shore of Bermuda. Featuring beach access, outdoor pool, gardens and sun terrace, this resort is perfect for a summer beach holiday. Rooms offer a patio or balcony and have a fridge and coffee making facilities. The property has a business centre, library and a restaurant serving international cuisine and daily buffet breakfast. Located close to a golf course and nearby shops and restaurants, this is a good choice for visitors on a budget who want top quality facilities.
The Reefs Resort and Club
In beautiful Southampton is the 4* The Reefs resort and club. This stunning hotel features an infinity pool, an on-site spa with a range of treatments available, tennis courts, free Wi-Fi, beach access and water sports such as snorkelling and kayaking. The rooms have a balcony or patio with views of the sea and pink sandy beach and have a flat screen TV and air conditioning. The hotel is located close to the Fairmount Southampton golf course with a selection of on-site bars and restaurants to choose from with live music and DJs in the lounge and terrace.
Beaches in Bermuda in June
Warwick Long Bay
For the longest beach on the island, go to Warwick Long Bay on the south east of Bermuda. This is a lovely long half mile stretch of pink sandy beach that is more exposed to the southerly winds than other beaches, but is protected somewhat by the reefs offshore. This is usually a quiet beach and is popular with local joggers and walkers. At the back of the beach is scrubland and bush which is connected by a path to the other southerly beaches including Horseshoe Bay. There are public bathrooms here and seasonal food vendors. The bus passes this beach and there is parking and a children's playground behind the beach.
Bars and Restaurants
Located waterfront at St Georges and with panoramic views over the harbour, Wahoos restaurant serves delicious Bermudian cuisine in a casual and relaxed setting. There is a wide selection on the menu to suit all the family, and the specialities are the locally caught fish and seafood that includes their award winning seafood chowder, as well as lobster during lobster season and pasta specials. This is a good choice for the whole family or a romantic dinner overlooking the moonlit harbour on a warm June evening.
For an elegant and special dining experience, go to the Waterlot Inn at the Fairmont hotel in Southampton. This is Bermuda's premier steakhouse and serves the finest steaks on the island. With award winning service and using the freshest ingredients available, this restaurant is ideal for a special dinner for two. The restaurant is situated on Jewson's Bay and diners can watch the spectacular sunsets over the water while relaxing and enjoying the historic surroundings on a warm June evening.
The Pickled Onion
The Pickled Onion restaurant has been open since 1998 and has a hip and cosmopolitan feel. Located in Hamilton by the waterfront, this is a lovely place to enjoy warm sunny days overlooking the harbour. This bar serves delicious food for lunch and dinner in a casual but stylish atmosphere. The drinks are tasty as well with a selection of cocktails, wines and beers. This bar is a fun place to spend a few hours in the evening when there is live music each night.
Things to do in Bermuda in June
If it gets too hot and sticky in June head indoors to the beautiful Palmetto House. Built in 1700, this is a great example of Bermudian architecture with its grand staircase, exposed wooden beams and attractive gardens. Located on the north shore of the island in Devonshire Parish, this house has been repaired and restored to keep its original state. Although public access is limited as it is a private dwelling, it is possible to visit on Thursdays.
Now summer has arrived it is time to get into the water. Go for a snorkel with Snorkel Bermuda and go out on their boat to some great snorkelling spots in the crystal clear sea. They will take you to snorkel at two of the most popular shipwreck sites in Bermuda at depths of 15 to 20 feet and easily viewed from the surface. Running every day, weather permitting, and lasting 2 hours with over one hour in the water, this is fun for all swimmers during their holiday.