Tel Aviv Weather June Averages, Israel
What's the Weather like in Tel Aviv in June
Summer arrives with a vengeance in Tel Aviv, Israel, in June. Temperatures and humidity levels are rising and rainfall is almost unheard of. The average temperature in Tel Aviv in June is 24.8°C, with an average high of 27.5°C and an average low of 20.6°C, making the evenings very muggy. The high can go up to 30.8C and the June record is 44.4°C, with a record low of a balmy 15°C. In reality, it is unlikely to go lower than 18.3°C at night.
The average sea temperature for Tel Aviv in June is 25°C, two degrees less than July, making for a pleasant swim in the sea. The average relative humidity in June in Tel Aviv is a sticky 67 per cent. Check our local weather report before you go.
June in Tel Aviv is the start of an arid three-month spell with no rainfall whatsoever. On the rare occasions that it does rain, showers will generally be very light and brief, so the chances are your umbrella can remain at home if you are visiting Tel Aviv this month.
June is a lovely sunny month in Tel Aviv with average sunshine of 357 hours, or 12 hours a day, the third highest total of the year. This compares favourably with the June daily average of eight hours in San Diego, USA. June has the longest days of the year, with between 14 hours and 7 minutes and 14 hours and 15 minutes of daylight. The sun rises between 5.34am and 5.37am and sets between 7.42pm and 7.51pm. The longest day of the year in Tel Aviv is on June 21. The skies are also free of clouds for much of the time, with the chances of an overcast or cloudy day ranging from zero to no more than 10 per cent.
Wind speeds in Tel Aviv are low in June, with an average of 8mph throughout the month with little or no variation. The wind blows predominantly from the west in June for 80 per cent of the time
Summer is here and with high humidity and virtually no chance of rain, pack accordingly, with lots of light summer clothing. You probably won't even need a jacket or a warm top at night and the waterproofs can definitely stay at home. Don't forget the swimwear either! Check our Tel Aviv 14-day forecast before you leave.
Tel Aviv Hotels in June
Shalom Hotel and Relax
You won't get much closer to the beach than the intriguingly-named Shalom Hotel and Relax where you can enjoy a drink and watch the sun go down or come up from the rooftop terrace overlooking Tel Aviv beach. The 51 rooms have sea or city views and four offer a private Jacuzzi bath. Breakfast and light bites are available and cycle hire is free.
Brown Beach House
The Brown Beach House is another hotel with an enviable beachfront location. The design is reminiscent of Miami hotels and the 49 bedrooms and suites continue that theme. Many have balconies and some offer a private outdoor jacuzzi spa. There's a gourmet restaurant onsite as well as a lively bar and a spa. Free bicycles are available to guests.
Vital Hotel, Tel Aviv
The Vital Hotel in central Tel Aviv is popular with business people and tourists alike and is also more affordable as it is set further back from the beach than many of its rivals. It has a large and well-equipped fitness centre and is within walking distance of attractions including the Opera House and Azrieli Centre. Breakfast is available but there is no restaurant for dinner. Rooms are spacious and there is free Wi-Fi.
A stone's throw from Tel Aviv beach and the promenade, the Artplus Hotel in Ben Yahuda Street has 58 rooms dedicated to Israeli art, with murals and other works by local artists everywhere. There are free drinks and snacks served in the hotel's plush library each evening and a comfortably-furnished rooftop terrace with views across the marina and out to sea. Guests staying two nights receive a free ticket to the new Tel Aviv Art Museum.
Tel Aviv Beaches in June
Named after the nearby hotel, Hilton Beach is ranked as one of the best gay beaches in the world, but it's actually got three unofficial sections and is also popular with all other sections of Tel Aviv society. There is a beach to the north popular with dog walkers and to the south, the surfers dominate, with the gay stretch in the centre. You can also sign up for adult and child kayaking and windsurfing lessons here at the Sea Centre Club. This is a relaxing, friendly, clean and centrally-located choice of beach considered to be one of Tel Aviv's best.
Bars and Restaurants
The stylish and popular Brasserie M&R opposite Rabin Square in central Tel Aviv is a restaurant that never sleeps, as it opens 24 hours a day. The Parisian vibe is strong here with art deco interiors and a menu to match. There are oysters, salads, steaks and a plat du jour, an extensive French wine list and great cocktails. It's busy day and night and draws many of the great and good of Tel Aviv.
The laid back TEDER.FM in south Tel Aviv is a hipster heaven located in an old gallery. This is a great venue for socialising to the backdrop of great music, with large outside tables, beer served in jugs and pizza made to order. There are regular cinema nights, live music and guest DJs and TEDER.FM broadcasts live from the venue every night.
A Tel Aviv institution for more than 30 years, Barbunia is a family fish restaurant with no delusions of grandeur, from its paper tablecloths to its basic surroundings. The exception is the food and all main courses are served with unlimited salad, fried vegetables, bread and hummus to accompany sea bream or mixed fried shrimps and calamari among others.
You can down a beer or shot of arak while sitting at the crowded bar and watching your food being prepared and cooked by the team of chefs at the vibrant North Abraxas. Then take your seat to enjoy the fruits of their labours, such as slow-cooked meat, pizzas and vegetarian options. Expect loud singing from the kitchen area while your food is being prepared.
Things to do in Tel Aviv in June
The location for most of the city's major events from celebrations to protests Rabin Square is the largest public square in Tel Aviv and is spectacularly lit at night when cafes and bars around the edge are full to bursting. The square was originally called Malchei Israel Kings of Israel but was renamed in honour of former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin after he was assassinated there in 1995. There's a huge public water fight here every June.
Chaim Nachman Bialik was Israel's national poet and the Bialik Museum is a celebration of his life and work in the beautiful setting of the 1920s Arts and Crafts villa that was his home. The décor is plush and much of the furniture is custom-made. There are ceramic tiles which represent Israel's 12 tribes and also zodiac signs and the great man's bedroom, library and study are preserved as they were when he lived there.
Popular with locals and visitors alike, Begin Park is home to the man-made Lake TLV which is renowned for its world-class class cable-skiing centre, which caters for all ages and abilities, from children to professionals. It's open all-year round and has seven obstacle courses with jumps and stand-up paddle boarding is also available. Activities are supervised and preceded by safety talks. There's an outdoor bar and café.
Tel Aviv Pride
This is a gay-friendly city and the annual Tel Aviv Pride events every June reflect that. The culmination is the huge Pride Parade, which takes place on June 14, 2019 and winds its way through the city to the Charles Clore Garden, where a frenetic beach party brings proceedings to a noisy and celebratory close. There are drag shows, arts events, lots of dancing and lashings of food and drink.