Monte Carlo Weather June Averages, Monaco
What's The Weather Like In Monte Carlo In June
The temperate days of June tempt Monte Carlo's visitors to sand, shore and the beautiful outdoors, and less rain and longer days than in May means there are more opportunities to adventure and explore in this part of France. Yet, the enjoyable days of June are simply a summer preview, and many beach goers will not arrive until the high season in July and August.
The average temperature in June is a blissful 21°C (70°F). Therefore, for those seeking relaxation on Larvotto beach and quiet walks through the streets of Monte Carlo, June can be the sweet spot of Mediterranean weather.
The Mediterranean Sea temperatures remain cool and mild throughout June, and those going for a snorkel or on a dive excursion should consider a wet suit. The average sea temperature is 20°C (68°F). Monte Carlo's location along the sea means temperatures do not fluctuate greatly throughout a month, and June is no different. However, early in the month, lower, spring-like temperatures push the monthly average low to 19°C (66°F), while slightly higher temperatures at the end of the month mean monthly average high temperatures are 23°C (73°F).
Rain is uncommon in June with only 4 rainy days predicted throughout the month, and precipitation average of only 33 mm (1.2 inches). Humidity is normally around 77%. The comfortable and clear weather makes it wonderful to be outdoors, whether on the sea or shore.
In contrast the sun is out for longer as the month progresses. On average June receives 12 hours of sunshine per day and there is 17% chance that a day will be entirely sunny.
In June the hotels begin to fill, the beachfront restaurants open their doors and the yachts begin to flock into Port Hercules. As the infectious summer energy builds, visitors will find June an ideal month to visit Monte Carlo.
Monte Carlo Hotels In June
Fairmont Monte Carlo
When seeking a luxurious stay, Monte-Carlo is home to one of the largest resort-hotels in Europe, the Fairmont Monte Carlo. This four-star hotel opened in 1975 as the Loews Hotel Monte-Carlo in a prime location between the sparkling Mediterranean Sea and glitz and glamour of central Monte-Carlo. Today, the Fairmont Monte Carlo offers 602 modern guest rooms, three restaurants, a casino and a rooftop pool that overlooks the Mediterranean. The list of hotel service and amenities means guests hardly need to leave the Fairmont Monte Carlo.
The Condamine district of Monaco offers more reasonable accommodation options among the wide-range of boutiques and commercial buildings. The Hotel Ambassador is frequently listed as the best of the places to stay in this part of Monte Carlo. The three-start hotel is both elegant and peaceful; an ideal place to relax and unwind at the start of summer.
Monte Carlo Beaches In June
One of the best parts of visiting Monte Carlo is the proximity to the sea and other parts of the Cote d'Azur. While many visitors do not want to travel farther than Larvotto Beach, within the Principality of Monaco and on the edge of Monte Carlo, it does not take long for visitors to reach other stunning locations along the French Riviera.
A small beach located in nearby Ville-Franche is considered one of the most beautiful on this famous coastline. The stunning colour of the water and location in a small bay make it a particularly inviting beach. Others prefer Cap D'Ail located on the border of district of La Colle in Monaco. Cap D'Ali is actually a string of beaches joined by a lolling coastal path, and visitors can spend all day wandering from one to the other.
Bars And Resturants
Restaurant Joel Robuchon
Restaurant Joel Robuchon at the Metropole Hotel in Monaco is famous for its sophisticated menu and celebrated chef. Opened in 2004, Restaurant Joel Robuchon was the chef's first in Monaco. Today, Joe Robuchon has been awarded more Michelin Stars than any other chef, and Restaurant Joel Robuchon remains the pinnacle of fine dinning in Monte Carlo.
One of the hottest spots in town for a drink, Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo is a chic and luxurious restaurant and bar from the owners of the famous Buddha-Bar Paris. The Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo is a lounge, complete with comfortable couches and accessible Asian cuisine in a former concert hall. The bar has an upbeat vibe and infectious atmosphere. Whether for happy hour, dinner or a big night out, Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo is sure to be a superb night out.
Another famous party spot is Zelo's. Located within the Grimaldi Forum and steps from Larvotto Beach, the crowd at Zelo's knows how to drink and dance from dawn till dusk and dusk till dawn. As with most Monte Carlo bars, appropriate attire is required and this is the place to wear your highest heels and best dress to pass the scruples of the watchful security guards.
Things To Do In Monte Carlo In June
While yachting and lounging dominate the Monte Carlo seaside, in the summer months visitors can choose a unique experience as pods of dolphins venture closer to the coastline. Dolphin-watching tours are offered on a regular basis from June to September by Acti Loisirs off the coast of nearby Ville-Franche.
The Japanese Gardens
The Japanese Gardens in Monte Carlo cover more than 23,000 square feet on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea. Located at the edge of Monaco-Ville, the garden is a perfect place to stroll with a loved one or alone.
An early summer's days is incomplete without walk through the hilltop streets of Monaco-Ville, likewise a visit to Monte Carlo would feel incomplete without a trip to the quaint and beautiful village of Eze. The tiny hilltop town becomes crowded during the high season of July and August, therefore a weekday in June is the perfect time to take a day trip to Eze. The streets are lined with adorable souvenir shops, and as the entire village prohibits motorized vehicles, there is hardly a more peaceful place along the Riviera to spend an afternoon.