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    Here are our holiday reviews for hot June destinations, so if you are looking for hot places to go for a holiday in June, then take a look below at where our travellers have been. They may inspire your next holiday! See places to go outside of the monsoon and typhoon season as well as travellers who have been in the hurricane season in June. If you are planning your summer holiday we can help you find your perfect holiday destination.

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    June Holiday Reviews

    • Where: Taba, Egypt
    • Who: Traveladdict
    • When: June

    We normally travel long haul but were in desperate need of a week's guaranteed sunshine plus peace and quiet and Taba sounded like it would fit the bill. Taba is Egypt's northernmost resort of the Red Sea Riviera and is much quieter than it's neighboring resorts of Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada.

    We visited in June and the weather was already very hot. Most day's we experienced highs of 35 degrees. Luckily our hotel pool was fairly quiet so we spent most of our time cooling off in the water! Most hotels in Taba are classed as 5 star, however as with most of Egypt I would say that the hotel standard is more of 4 star quality.

    After a couple of days by the pool, we decided to venture down to the gorgeous beach for a change of scenery. We thought that the beach area would be too hot for us, but actually there was a pleasant breeze by the sea and we spent the remainder of the week there reading, sun bathing and snorkeling. The beach was stunning and was set amidst spectacular mountains.

    Taba is a haven for snorkelers. Our hotel had actually built a wooden platform from the beach that allowed you to access the sea further out and closer to the coral reefs without the need to swim too far. This was a great experience and we spent hours ogling the amazing array of fish directly beneath us and feeding them bread from the platform.

    All in all, Taba was everything we wished for. We were so lazy that we didn't actually venture out of the hotel grounds but this was exactly what we had intended. I would really recommend Taba for anyone who wants lots of R&R and sunshine without having to travel too far to get it.

    Published: 30 October 2013

    • Where: Port El Kantaoui, Tunisia
    • Who: Traveladdict
    • When: June

    We were looking for an early summer super cheap all inclusive beach break where we could spend a week chilling by the pool.

    We booked an amazingly cheap package to Port El Kantaoui and stayed in a 5 star all inclusive resort. To be honest we didn't have huge expectations due to the amount we paid for our trip, but I would say that the hotel was more 4 Star than 5. I think this is common in Tunisia, so I would advise if booking a 5 star, expect a 4, to avoid disappointment! That been said, the hotel offered everything we needed as it had a lovely oasis style pool, a great beach with lots of sun beds and was walking distance to Port El Kantaoui's marina area which was great for people watching.

    Port El Kantaoui is well geared up for tourists. As soon as you hit the 'town' there are sales reps trying to sell you the normal boat trips etc etc. The harbor itself is beautifully well kept and we spent a good bit of time ogling the amazing luxury yachts coming and going. For golf lovers, the area is home to a 36 hole PGA approved course, which kept my partner happy.

    We travelled early June and it was already really hot. We had 7 days of glorious sunshine with temperatures hitting around 28 degrees each day. To be honest, we probably wouldn't return to Tunisia as there's too many other places that need to be explored, however for a cheap, all inclusive beach break it certainly fits the bill.

    Published: 28 October 2013

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    • Where: Lanzarote, Canary Islands
    • Who: Traveladdict
    • When: June

    We visited the island of Lanzarote on a family break in early June as we were all in need of a sunny break. Weather was great and we had sun every day with average temperatures of around 25 degrees so it was hot, but not too hot!

    We stayed in the resort of Playa Blanca. As there was a few of us we hired a villa giving us the flexibility of eating in (we had lots of BBQ's by the pool!) and dining out at Playa Blanca itself. Playa Blanca is a great resort offering everything any holidaymaker would want. It's well catered for tourists but not too tacky - for example I didn't spot any Mcdonalds, Starbucks! If you are going self catering there is a good choice of supermarkets in the main resort offering cheap eats!

    Restaurant wise, the resort offered an excellent range of options - from traditional Spanish, to Italian and Chinese! Food prices were fairly good - as we visited out of the height of the season there was quite a lot of 'meal deals' offering 3 courses for 15 Euro's.

    The resort is all pedestrianized and boasts a lovely walkway taking you along from the beach to the marina. Here you can enjoy fine dining in bars such as Ibiza's legendary Cafe del Mar.

    There's plenty to do on the island - we took my Dad and partner out on a day's fishing trip. It was great fun and as an added bonus we were lucky enough to spot 10 whales! Amazing!

    Published: 24 October 2013

    • Where: Palma, Majorca
    • Who: TiLi
    • When: June

    Loved Palma! Never been there before, heard so much about it and finally got to go in June.

    It was nice and sunny, around mid 20's, got up to 27 degrees one day, absolutely lovely! If you decide to stay in Palma itself like I did, it's a particularly good idea if you are just going for the weekend as it has everything you need for a great weekend. Otherwise wherever you are in Majorca, you aren't far from Palma so you just don't have a good excuse not to visit this great city!

    The harbour / Marina is huge! So many boats from super yachts to small sailing boats, which just glitter at night in front of the town itself. It stretches from the west of town where there are plenty of big hotels, restaurants including Hard Rock Cafe, and parking along the front - to the east where the famous Cathedral is virtually on the sea front.
    The Cathedral is enormous and fascinating and pretty much every visitor seemed to come here to get a photo if not walk round it.

    At the Cathedral end of town you can stroll into the modern town centre that has all the usual European shops from designer stores, local restaurants, museums, palaces, castles, galleries and fantastic bars. Or if you stroll along the front away from the Cathedral you will stroll into the old part of town which is a labyrinth of cobbled streets, squares, outdoor eating and drinking, lots of little bars and really quaint restaurants. None of them seemed particularly cheap, but they were really enjoyable to hop around albeit very busy!

    Just a little further along the front was a market of souvenirs, olives, cheeses, bags, beers, tapas, candles etc. There is a beach in Palma, but its a 20 minute walk from the centre and not one of the prettiest. Most people will take a 10 minute cab ride to Palma Nova or a few minutes further to the party town of Magaluf. Palma is a sophisticated and fun European holiday city.

    Published: 11 June 2013

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    • Where: Tenerife, Canary Islands
    • Who: margit
    • When: June

    In June 2012 I was with my 8 years old son in Tenerife for a week. There was absolutely lovely summer temperatures, only one day it was too high - 35 degrees. The sea water in Tenerife was quite cold even in summer time, 18-20 degrees.

    We stayed in Costa del Silencio, there was no place to actually swim, even if they are saying that rocks are 100m from hotel. A little but stoney and not so nice beach was in the town Las Galletas next to Costa Del Silencio. Most beautiful beaches were in Los Christianos and Playa de Las Americas with crystal clear water and very clean public toilets.

    The boat trip from Puerto de Colon to see whales and dolphins was amayzing and worth every penny we paid. The whales come very close and we could nearly touch them. We did hop and swim in the ocean. It was fantastic experience.

    We visited Aqaland in Costa Adeje and even my son was 8 years old he was taking all adults attractions after some general sights in this place. This is very child friendly place and even if you have only little child there are many attractions to go.

    Jungle park with Jungle raid was really exciting for us both. My son was taken in to parrot and birds show and he was very brave. Jungle park is very interesting even to adults.

    In Loro Parque, which is absolutely a very big MUST to go in Tenerife, we visited every show we could and my son was taken into the show in sea lions show and he was very brave, because two sea lions kissed him and he could touch and finally the made my son totally wet! He liked it most in Tenerife.

    Published: 12 April 2013

    • Where: New York City, New York USA
    • Who: AdamG
    • When: June

    The Big Apple!

    What a great city, so much to see, so much to do, not enough time to do it in!

    We travelled in June, and although the weather was fantastic, would almost say too hot, when in a city full of skyscrapers, so bear that in mind to check when booking.

    Like most cities it is fairly expensive, but the great thing about city breaks, is how much time you can spend literally just walking around and exploring, and New York is the best city for that in my opinion. Everything you do and everywhere you go feels like you are in a movie.

    The river cruise is great, fantastic views and you must go up at least one skyscraper, surely the Empire State!

    Make sure you eat in some traditional deli’s for a real New York feel (though maybe give it a miss if you aren’t a meat-eater!). There are also some awesome Pizza restaurants, try to find somewhere that has been open a long time, with some history, like Lombardi’s.

    Funny enough, although the Statue of Liberty looks great, the only negative would be, if you decide to climb to the top, it has tinted windows, so the view is fairly poor, so would give that a miss if you are pushed for time. (Not the statue itself, just the travelling to the summit part!)

    I must say, I felt very safe in and around the city, though would suggest that if you go to say a baseball game (more outskirts), be aware if you take the subway, might not want to hang around Queens or Brooklyn for too long!

    I look forward to going again and recommend for couples and groups of friends, after all, it is "The city that never sleeps".

    Published: 12 April 2013

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    • Where: Madeira, Portugal
    • Who: elzaf6
    • When: June

    Best holiday ever was to madeira, we went in June - it was warm, the locals were so friendly and helpful, the food was amazing plenty of it and well presented. The island is beautiful with flowers by the roadside , we found the scenery breathtaking never knowing what was round the next corner.

    The shops are great, with lots of bargains. While out shopping we were invited in to a school music competition, the children were amazing and made us so welcome. Water was warm, beaches very clean and not crowded,The hotel put parties on for us it was an amazing experience - just have to go back to this wonderful island. Taxi drivers will take you all round the island even stopped at at his house when passing, where he invited us in for a superb free lunch! Oh happy days.

    Published: 18 March 2013

    • Where: San Francisco, California USA
    • Who: ALT123
    • When: June

    I travelled to San Fran in 2010 for a work conference and fell in love with it straight away. The city reminded me of every American film or show I had watched on the tv with lots of noise from people & police cars all the time and also steam coming up from the manhole covers around every corner. There is plenty to do there and as well as the obvious things like shopping I recommend of course the amazing Alcatraz.

    You need to get a boat across from the harbour and once there you will have to walk quite a bit to get into the prison where you can then enjoy a guided tour by one of the many guides at the entrance. I would reccommend getting the headphones and self touring as it is much more informative & you wont get interrupted every minute by silly questions. Aside from Alcatraz no trip to San Francisco is complete without riding on a tram & taking a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge...yes its just a bridge but its San Francisco and you have probably seen it a million times in the movies so its a must see.

    The city has everything you would expect from a US City and it is amazing but the one thing I noticed more than anything was the amount of homeless and drunk people on the streets. They will ask you constantly for monies & you do end up getting a bit fed up by it all. This is the only negative I could find with this wonderful City but thought I would mention it.

    Unfortunately I was there for work so had to work lots and then head back to the Uk after 4 days but if I was on a holiday I would have done a twin centre trip and had a few nights in Vegas too which is only an hour flight away.

    I loved San Francisco and would definitely travel back there.....with Vegas added on too.

    Published: 11 February 2013

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