Naples Weather June Averages, Italy
- Temperature 21°C 70°F
- High Temperature 26°C 79°F
- Low Temperature 16°C 61°F
- Day Temperature 24.2°C 76°F
- Night Temperature 22.7°C 73°F
- Sunshine Hours 9.3 hours
- Rainfall 30 mm
- Rainfall Days 5 days
- Sea Temperature 23.5°C 74°F
- Chance of Cloudy Day 2 %
- Chance of Fog Day 0 %
- Chance of Rain 19 %
What's the weather like in Naples in June
Summer has arrived in Naples when June rolls around, and this is a very popular time to visit for those who don't enjoy searing temperatures, which are to be expected in the coming two months.
Sightseeing is easier when temperatures are warm, but not hot, and Naples experiences an average temperature of around 21°C in June, which can reach an average high of around 26°C on the hotter days. Evenings are pleasantly cool, at an average low of 16°C, which means a good night's sleep is more than possible!
As with most destinations affected by a Mediterranean climate, summer means very little in the way of rain in Naples, and June only experiences around 30mm of rain throughout the whole month on average, affecting around 5 days to some degree.
In comparison to that, you can expect around 9 hours of beautiful sunshine.
Beach time is certainly to be advised, with a sea temperature of a wonderful 24°C.
Early summer is a fantastic time to grab bargain breaks to Naples, before the crowds flock in July and August.
Naples Hotels for June
Piazza Bellini Hotel
Summer crowds begin to build during June, which means booking your accommodation in advance is always the best way to go. There is endless choice in terms of hotels in Naples, so you will never find yourself with nowhere to stay, however early booking means you have more in the way of choice. Piazza Bellini Hotel is a fantastic place to stay, in a fantastic location. The modern and artistic rooms also fit in with the art vibe around Naples, with original paintings by local artists in each room.
La Ciliegina Lifestyle Hotel
La Ciliegina Lifestyle Hotel is a comfortable B&B, set right in the heart of the city, close to Teatro San Carlo. The terrace also offers picturesque views, and the jacuzzi offers a summer cooldown at the end of a long day.
Stelle Hotel the Businest
If you're traveling with the family, then Stelle Hotel the Businest is a good go-to. This family friendly hotel is cosy and close to everything, offering a homely base. The rooftop terrace and on-site coffee shop are also major perks.
Bars and Restaurants
There are many Japanese restaurants in Naples, but one of the best has to be Zenbu. Decorated in funky, minimalistic style, this is a centrally located restaurant, offering colourful food, cooked in front of you.
Sbuccia E Bevi Green Fruit Bar
If you don't fancy Japanese however, then maybe Sbuccia E Bevi Green Fruit Bar is for you. This is a small vegan and organic bistro, offering healthy food with a twist great for something a little different.
Il Cuoppo Riggitori Napoletani
For delicious fried food on the go however, it has to be Il Cuoppo Riggitori Napoletani. This is a small restaurant which is more like a stall, and you sit outside until your order is called. Particularly great for fried fish, this is a good choice for cheap food whilst you take a pit-stop from exploring Naples to the full.
Things to do in Naples in June
Napoli Teatro Festival Italia
June is theatre festival time in Naples, with the Napoli Teatro Festival Italia. Here you will find theatre shows in various locations, some of which are a little unique, such as abandoned castles and breweries. Check online for exact listings, but this three weeks' long festival showcases the best of local and international productions, and is a great experience to have.
Il Metro dell'Arte
Of course, much of Naples is about art and culture, and a good example of all of that is Il Metro dell'Arte. This is basically Line 1 of the Naples Metro System, and is a must see, not only for getting around the city, but also because it's full of art. Top destinations are Toledo, Dante, and Garibaldi, to name a few. This is a fantastic example of how the city is intertwining modern daily life with art and culture, to keep it alive for future generations.
If you do become a little weary of city life, and you crave wide open spaces, then there are plenty of parks around Naples to serve your wishes. The pleasantly warm temperatures which June brings are perfect for a little sunbathing and picnic action, and Parco Virgiliano is your ideal destination. A great place to kick back and relax, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, and also set in beautiful surroundings.
Orto Botanico di Napoli
Equally, Orto Botanico di Napoli is a must visit for rest and relaxation, and these botanical gardens have countless examples of flowers and plants, which send a wonderful scent into the air.
Museo Nazionale Ferroviario di Pietrarsa
Once you've rested for a short while, head to Museo Nazionale Ferroviario di Pietrarsa, especially for those who are train enthusiasts. This museum is set within large gardens, in a quiet setting, and is full of trains and history of transport right from 1839.