Beach and sun destinations
What is the weather like in the Seychelles in June?
June is the perfect time to visit the Seychelles, as the hotter months are over. With temperatures between 25 and 30 °C, you’ll benefit from a dry, calm climate.
Things to do in the Seychelles.
You can revel in the breathtaking landscape, the lush nature with its intimate coves, stunning turquoise lagoons, multicoloured fish, and rocks scattered nonchalantly across the immaculate white sand. A picture-postcard destination whose 115 islands comprise a multi-faceted archipelago.
What is the weather like in French Polynesia in June?
It is winter in French Polynesia, meaning it is the dry season. The rain gradually subsides, leaving a drier climate with temperatures wavering between 30 °C and 29 °C in the water.
Things to do in French Polynesia.
With its 5 archipelagos and 118 islands, French Polynesia has many faces. From the Marquesas Islands to Mo’orea, not to mention Bora Bora and Taha’a, Polynesia is a paradise of lagoons with exceptional marine life, lush gardens and vanilla plantations that perfume the island of Taha’a. A top destination for diving and snorkelling enthusiasts!
What is the weather like on the French Riviera/in Corsica in June?
If the weather forecast is good, June is the perfect month for visiting and making the most of this region of France. The average air temperature is 22 °C and the average water temperature is 20 °C. The Mediterranean climate is to be savoured before the arrival of the summer holidaymakers!
Things to do on the French Riviera and in Corsica.
From Lavandou to Menton, from Calvi to Porto-Vecchio, this region is inextricably tied to the deep blue sea. You can gaze across it to admire its immensity from the villages in the surrounding countryside, enjoy a soothing boat trip across it or take a dip. The picturesque little villages with narrow streets and pale stone, the art galleries that spring up like lavender fields, the delicious cuisine and its flavours of lemon and olive and the taste of sun-drenched fruit and vegetables make this a universally adored destination. And the colours that remind you that Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Chagall and Miró came here seeking divine inspiration.
Our destinations for Culture, Adventure and Discovery
What is the weather like in Zambia in June?
pril to October is the dry season in Zambia. In the month of June, you’ll enjoy a pleasant temperature of around 24 °C that will be perfect for safaris.
Things to do in Zambia.
With its stunning landscapes, its reserve home to over 740 birds, its national parks - the biggest on the continent - Zambia is a paradise for lovers of nature on a large scale. The Zambèze river runs through the country and don’t miss the sumptuous 2 km-wide Victoria Falls that provide an incredible spectacle. Guided safaris will bring you up close with protected wild species: crocodiles, varans, hippopotamuses, giraffes, zebras, elephants, and more.
What is the weather like on the West Coast of the US in June?
Though the weather is clement throughout the year, June is still a perfect month to visit the region, with an average temperature of 24 °C and 18 °C in the water.
Things to do on the West Coast of the US.
This part of the world on the Pacific coast will impress you with the charm of its small coastal villages like Carmel-by-the-Sea and the dynamism of its supercities, with their wide streets and towering skyscrapers! Is it the richness of the earth, the vineyards of the Napa Valley or the products from this cornucopia that inspire the now renowned cuisine? In San Francisco or Los Angeles culinary stars are as famous as those on Hollywood Boulevard and are making their creative mark on global gastronomy!
What is the weather like in Peru in June?
Though the country is divided into 3 main regions (Amazonian, coastal and Andean) that could represent some climatic disparity, the average temperature is 20 °C.
Things to do in Peru.
Peru is as known for its landscapes as its historical and archaeological sites. At an altitude of 2,400 metres, in a stunning mountain setting, reaching the Machu Picchu Inca citadel will delight serious hikers. At an altitude of 3,800, on the Andean plateau where nature meets the gods, the floating islands of Lake Titicaca provide a chance to meet the Quechuas people who are keeping an ancient textile tradition alive. In Lima, which is peppered with vestiges of its colonial past, you can meander through the chic, bohemian quarter of Barranco where the young people of Peru are to be found. The birthplace of the Inca civilisation in the 13th century, Cusco (which means ‘navel of the world’ in Quechua) boasts sumptuous vestiges of the imperial civilisation.
What is the weather like in Portugal in June?
With a temperature of 26 °C, Portugal is very enjoyable in June. The temperature of the water never exceeds 19-20 °C at this time of the year, and even in August, the maximum in the Algarve is 22 °C.
Things to do in Portugal.
Porto offers strolls through its narrow streets, architecture that alternates between classical and baroque influences, wine with a great reputation and the gently meandering Douro river. Every year, St John’s Day is celebrated on 23 June! Fireworks, popular songs, plastic hammers and leek flowers amuse nearly 200,000 people! On 13 June, Lisbon celebrates St Anthony’s Day. It is the beginning of numerous celebrations (‘Os Santos’ or ‘Lisbon Festivals’) in the city: jazz concerts, fado shows... Further south, in the Algarve, succumb to the slower southern lifestyle and the ochre cliffs that brush the Atlantic. Finally, Madeira, the ‘pearl of the Atlantic’, is home to luxuriant vegetation that can be found in some hotels, providing havens of peace.