Malia Weather June Averages, Greece
Malia is a resort town on the northern coast of the island of Crete.
It blends the ancient with the modern, with its Old Town, whose architecture has remained the same for centuries, minutes away from the newer beach resorts and wild, party- atmosphere nightlife to be found on the strip.
In June, the summer season is in full swing and visitors can expect very warm weather and sunny skies.
There are plenty of sports and activities on the beaches for visitors to take advantage of and water sports are always a popular option with locals and tourists alike. Everything from banana boating to parasailing is available off the coast of Malia.
The beaches are also lined with bars and restaurants that are open all day long but really start to come to life after dark.
For those who are so inclined, plenty of drinking games can be found in many of those bars and pubs after the sun goes down. In fact, there are more than 30 bars and pubs in Malia, alone.
Drinking games can always be found at Corkers Club. The club is one of the main party clubs in Malia, playing all types of music throughout the night, that guarantees you a wild night.
Club 69 is another popular option if you want to dance the night away, with DJs playing music til the early hours.
Candy Club is Malia's biggest and most popular club though, often playing host to some of the top names in the music industry.
From karaoke bars, to an 80's bar, to outdoor bars on the beach, visitors are bound to find a place that suits them.
The 18-30 crowd should consider the Malia Mare Hotel when booking their accommodation. The hotel is located right on the strips, minutes away from the main clubs and bars, making it ideal for a base to crash in after a night out. The budget rates will suit the tightest of budgets.