Puglia Weather June Averages, Italy

    • Temperature Temperature 22°C 72°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 26°C 79°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 14 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 4 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22.5°C 73°F

    Puglia Weather for June 2021

    What's The Weather Like In Puglia In June

    The summer season kicks off in Puglia in June. Although the majority of tourists won't arrive until July, the great summer weather does start now. This is why June is probably one of the best periods to visit Apulia, as the region is better known in English. September is another excellent month to visit because of the great weather and absence of many tourists. This is an amazing time of year for pretty much all activities, from lazing on a sandy beach to hiking in the hills and sampling local cuisine on a restaurant's outside terrace.


    June is the driest month of the year in Puglia. There is no more than 14mm of rainfall in total and there are no more than 4 days with some kind of rainfall. This, of course, means that there are no fewer than 26 days without any rainfall whatsoever! The likelihood that rainfall occurs decreases in the course of June, from 26% in the beginning to 19% toward the end. Now, the most common type of rainfall is thunderstorms. They occur on 44% of the days with rainfall, of which there aren't all too many. Moderate rain is observed on 34% of those days. Light rain may fall as well, but is far less likely.

    Sunshine Hours

    Cloud cover decreases drastically as well. While the first days of the month have a cloud cover of 33%, the end of the month is characterised by 17% of cloud cover. At the end of June, you can expect mostly clear skies no less than 76% of the time.

    June is also the "longest" month of the yearn terms of day light, that is. June 20 is the longest day of the entire year with 15.08 hours of daylight. The other days in the month are only a little bit shorter.

    These previous two factors are why June is one of the sunniest months of the year in Puglia. There are 9 hours of sunshine per day on average, the same as in August and only one hour fewer than the annual maximum of 10 hours in July.


    Additionally, June is one of the warmest months, too. The average temperature is 22°Cnly July and August are warmer. In the afternoon, you can enjoy high temperatures that average 26°C. At night, the temperature averages no less than 17°C.

    Sea Temperature

    The sea temperature is definitely comfortable enough for swimming in the sea, averaging 23°C.

    Puglia Hotels In June

    Visa Residence

    A suggested place to stay in Bari in June is the three-star Visa Residence. There, guests can stay in apartment-style rooms equipped with kitchens, sofas, bathrooms and bedrooms. It's blessed with an excellent location near many services and attractions. Facilities include a car park and terraces with sunbeds where you can relax and soak up the summer sunshine.

    Terranobile Bari

    For more luxury during your visit to Bari, you might want to stay at the Terranobile Bari Metaresort, an amazing four-star hotel housed in an old villa set amid a lush and green landscape just outside of the city. This is truly a superb place to stay, surrounded by an olive grove and offering its guests the chance to experience the atmosphere of the late 19th century. Amenities feature a swimming pool, restaurant, bright halls, a cellar and a spa.

    Tenuta Monacelle

    A short drive down the coast from Bari, you will find Tenuta Monacelle. Located in the small coastal town of Monopoli, this four-star spa hotel offers people the chance to stay in an actual trullo, a typical dome-shaped stone structure that is unique to this region. There's a restaurant, bar, spa, nightclub, solarium and much, much more.

    Puglia Beaches For June

    Bay Of Torre Dell'Orso

    One of the most stunning beaches in Puglia is found in the beautiful bay of Torre dell'Orso. Stretching along the Adriatic Sea coast for about a kilometre, this great beach lies protected between steep coastal cliffs and is backed by a pine forest, making it a perfect place to enjoy the 23°C-warm sea water. The water is crystal-clear due to the tidal currents in the Canal of Otranto. The beach gets its name from the 16th-century Torre dell'Orso, a partially ruined watchtower that overlooks the sand and sea.

    Bars And Restaurants

    La Locanda Di Federico

    Fuel up after a fun day of sightseeing in Bari at La Locanda di Federico, a popular and well-rated restaurant that focuses on traditional homemade specialties that showcase Apulian cuisine. This cozy eatery also features a wine list with almost only Apulian wines.

    Biancofiore Ristornate

    Or consider having dinner at Biancofiore Ristorante. Located in the heart of the city, just a short stroll from the beautiful seafront, this restaurant serves dishes made with fresh and local produce, meat and seafood, and offers a selection of natural and biodynamic wines.

    Ristorante Al Pescatore

    Ristorante Al Pescatore is a wonderful place to go if you're in the mood for fish or seafood. Located in the city centre, near the seafront, this restaurant serves everything from octopus and mussels to lobster and various types of fish.

    Things to Do In Puglia In June

    Teatro Petruzzelli

    The city of Bari is one of the region's main urban centres, a historic city filled with architectural highlights, great eateries and fascinating museums. One particularly recommended attraction is the Teatro Petruzzelli, which is without question Puglia's most prestigious cultural building. This is the fourth largest theatre building in Italy and, moreover, the largest private theatre in all of Europe. Located in Bari's Murat district, this spectacular building can host 1,500 visitors. If you want to finish off a day of enjoying the 23°C sea water with a dose of culture, there is hardly a better place to do that than this theatre.

    Cathedral Of St. Sabinus

    Bari is also home to a few striking churches, all located within easy walking distance from one another. The Cathedral of St. Sabinus is one of them. Constructed in the 1200s, this building showcases the typical Apulian architecture of that time, while its foundations feature remains of a Roman building, an early Christian basilica and a Byzantine church. This cathedral perfectly illustrates the long history of Bari. In the late afternoon of June 21, a beam of sunlight shines through the main façade's rose window and falls upon the mosaic rose window underneath the altar, thereby creating a connection between earth and sky.

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