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Weather in Montenegro in June: What to Wear, What to Pack, and More Visiting Tips

The weather in Montenegro in June marks the beginning of summer and I think it’s one of the best times to visit Montenegro! 

You can expect comfortably warm temperatures for sightseeing and outdoor activities and no summer crowds.

On this page, you'll find what to expect from Montenegro weather in June —from the coast to the northern highlands. 

I’ve put together some packing guides for both the coastal and northern regions to help you pack for your trip - including the one thing not to bring! 

I’ve also included some ideas for the best things to do in Montenegro in June. Whether you’re a beach bum or adrenaline junkie, you’ll find lots of fun things to do here this month.

Typical Weather in Montenegro in June

Coastal Areas

  • Average High in June: 28°C (82°F)
  • Average Low in June: 18°C (64°F)
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: Approximately 50 mm (2 inches)
  • Average Sea Temperature in June: 21°C (70°F)

In June, the Montenegrin coast truly comes alive with the full onset of summer. Temperatures lie in a comfortable range between 18°C (64°F) at night and 28°C (82°F) during the day. 

For us locals, this means it’s time to start hitting the beach, with sunny skies and the Adriatic Sea warming up for swimming. 

Lustica Peninsula, Montenegro in JuneYou'll have the beaches to yourself in Montenegro in June

June's weather is perfect for taking a boat trip to the Blue Cave or kayaking to the cave. It’s also still cool enough in the mornings to explore the pretty coastal towns like Kotor and Budva

At this time of year, I love spending a day on Sveti Stefan’s incredible beaches.


  • Average High in June: 30°C (86°F)
  • Average Low in June: 16°C (61°F)
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: Approximately 30 mm (1.2 inches)

In June, Podgorica sees temperatures ranging from a pleasant 16°C (61°F) at night to a warm 30°C (86°F) during the day. 

This is one of the best times to visit Podgorica because the city gets uncomfortably hot in July and August.

There are many good things to do in Podgorica at this time of year. If you’re just visiting for a day or two, you can book a city tour to see the highlights.

If you have more time, I recommend taking a tour to nearby Lake Skadar or Ostrog Monastery.

You can also visit Montenegro’s top winery, which is in Podgorica. The winery owns Europe’s largest unbroken vineyard and the wine cellar is in a former secret underground hangar. It’s very unique!

Northern Region

  • Average High in June: 25°C (77°F)
  • Average Low in June: 10°C (50°F)
  • Average Monthly Rainfall: Approximately 89 mm (3.5 inches)

In June, Montenegro's northern region transitions into summer. Temperatures are cooler here than in the coastal areas, ranging from 10°C (50°F) at night to 25°C (77°F) during the day. 

There are many reasons to plan a visit to the north in June.

This weather is perfect for spending a few days in nature in Durmitor National Park. If you don't have that much time you can also see it on a day tour.

For thrill-seekers, there is rafting through the incredible Tara River Canyon, canyoning, via ferrata, and zip lining at the Ɖurđevića Tara Bridge.

Biogradska Gora National Park is lush and green, and one of Europe’s last remaining primeval forests.

Prokletije National Park finally shakes off the last of winter and is a paradise for serious hikers.

What to Pack for June in Montenegro

Coastal Areas

In June, the Montenegrin coast is warm and sunny, perfect for summer clothing. 

Pack lightweight and breathable clothing such as t-shirts, shorts, and dresses to stay comfortable during the day. 

Although the sea is still a little cool, I recommend bringing your swimwear for the beach and water activities like boat trips. You’ll also need sunglasses, a hat, and sunscreen.

A pair of comfortable sandals or flip-flops is ideal for the beach. You’ll also need walking shoes if you plan to do some sightseeing.

Evenings are usually cool, so I always carry a light sweater or jacket when I go out. Likewise, it’s good to pack a dressy outfit for the evenings.

Packing List:

  • Short-sleeved tops
  • Shorts and skirts or dresses
  • Swimwear
  • Comfortable sandals
  • Walking shoes
  • Light sweater or jacket for evenings
  • Dressy outfit for evenings
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Chill Pal - this towel is amazing for sightseeing here in summer. Just wet it and it will stay cold and keep you cool for hours!
  • Beach towels - Most accommodations in Montenegro don’t provide beach towels, so pack these too.

    There are virtually no laundromats in Montenegro, so if you don’t have a washing machine in your accommodation, it can be difficult to wash your beach towels.

    To get around this I love these microfiber beach towels, which are lightweight, quick drying and you can easily wash them in your shower if needed. 
  • Plug converter - We have this power strip converter this power strip converter for our North American guests. I love that can handle several devices at once. It’s ideal for families bringing multiple devices!
  • Travel insurance - this is a must when traveling to Montenegro. Not only will it cover things like lost luggage and flight delays, but more importantly, any medical issues that you might have.

    Montenegro’s public health system is rather poor, so I always recommend going private if you have any issues while you’re here and travel insurance will cover that.

    Having medical evacuation cover is essential in Montenegro because if you have any serious issues you may need to be transported to another country.

    I like Safety Wing’s Nomad Insurance (you can buy it just for a trip) because it’s the best value and most comprehensive cover I’ve found so far.

What Not to Pack:

  • Hair straightener/curling irons - In Europe, the voltage is 220, while in the US and Canada, it’s 110.

    Most electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops, and electric shavers are dual voltage by default, so you can use them with a simple plug converter.

    Unfortunately, hair straighteners and curlers use very high wattage and do not usually come with a dual-voltage setting, which means they won’t work in Europe.

    Or rather, you’ll fry your appliance and short-circuit your hotel room!

    If you can’t use your own hair appliances, your best option is to bring a dual-wattage straightener that will work in Europe and North America.

Inland Regions

In June, Montenegro's inland regions offer warm days and cool nights. The weather is still changeable here, so dressing in layers will help you comfortably adjust throughout the day. 

I recommend lightweight, breathable clothing that allows you to move comfortably because this is a rugged region. You’ll also need a sweater and jacket for the evenings. 

You’ll need sturdy walking shoes for hiking or walking on uneven terrain, especially if you plan to visit places like the Black Lake or do any hiking tours. 

If you're planning outdoor adventures like via ferrata (which I loved!) or rafting, it’s a good idea to pack a hat and sunglasses because you could be in the sun for several hours. 

Whatever the weather forecast, I always carry a jacket here because cold weather can set in quickly and unexpectedly.

Packing List:

  • Lightweight, breathable layers
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Sweater and jacket for evenings
  • Jeans or trousers
  • Sturdy walking shoes
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Light raincoat

Top Things to Do in Montenegro in June

  1. Hit the beach: June offers glorious weather and the peak tourist season hasn’t hit yet, which means it’s ideal for enjoying some of Montenegro’s top beaches without the crowds. Click here to discover Montenegro’s best beaches.
  2. Blue Cave: The Blue Cave is one of Montenegro’s top attractions and you can only get there by boat. There are lots of boat tours to choose from. Click here to see the best.
  3. Kotor Old Town: Kotor Old Town is a must-see on any trip to Montenegro. The best way to see the highlights and learn about the history of Kotor is on a walking tour. Click here to find the perfect Kotor walking tour for your trip.
  4. Sveti Stefan: Sveti Stefan is simply stunning any time of year. Experience the incredible beaches, take a walk through the forest park, and finish your day with a seafood dinner with breathtaking sunset views! Read more about Sveti Stefan here.
  5. White water rafting: In June, the snow melt rushes into the Tara River and the rapids through the Tara Canyon are much more exciting than in later in summer. If you’re looking for thrills, this is the thing to do! Click here to find out more about rafting in Montenegro.
  6. Lovćen National Park: This is a great destination to experience the history, culture, and cuisine of old-world Montenegro as well as some stunning scenery. Find out what to see in Lovćen National Park here.
  7. Durmitor National Park: Durmitor National Park is the best place to experience Montenegro’s mountain scenery and culture. It’s full of beautiful places and fun things to do. Find out what you should do at Durmitor National Park here.
  8. Lake Skadar National Park: Lake Skadar National Park is one of Europe’s most important wildlife reserves and it’s also Montenegro’s premier wine-making region. There are lots of things to do here including boat trips and wine-tasting tours. Click here to find the best things to do at Lake Skadar.
  9. Enjoy a seaside dinner: seafood in Montenegro is fresh and delicious and you’ll find seaside restaurants all along the coast. I recommend trying seafood buzara (stew), fresh grilled fish (sea bass or bream), and calamari. Click here to find restaurants I recommend.

More Fun Things to Do in June

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