Averages for Ibiza in June

Weather overview

June is a fantastic time to visit Ibiza, Spain, when the weather is warm and sunny. During this month, the average temperature begins at 20.5°C and slowly increases until it reaches around 24°C by the last few days of the month.

Daily high temperatures for the month start out at 24°C during the first few days and rise up to 28°C by the end of the month, only exceeding 30°C or falling below 22°C one day out of every ten. Daily low temper...

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  • Temperature Temperature 22°C 72°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 26°C 79°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 18°C 64°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 13 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 12 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 4 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 21°C 70°F

Weather overview

June is a fantastic time to visit Ibiza, Spain, when the weather is warm and sunny. During this month, the average temperature begins at 20.5°C and slowly increases until it reaches around 24°C by the last few days of the month.

Daily high temperatures for the month start out at 24°C during the first few days and rise up to 28°C by the end of the month, only exceeding 30°C or falling below 22°C one day out of every ten. Daily low temperatures follow a similar pattern, beginning at 17°C and rising up to 20°C as the month develops, almost never going over 23°C or falling below 14°C.

The highest temperature which has ever been recorded in Ibiza in June in recent times is 37°C, with the lowest ever temperature recorded for this month being 12°C. When you compare these temperatures to the average for the month – 22.5°C – it's clear that they're the extremes and certainly aren't what you should expect to experience during your holiday.

In relative terms, the coldest month of the year in 2013 was June, which had an average low temperature of 17°C, in comparison to the typical value of 19°C. The longest cold spell of the year also fell in this month, between May 20th and June 8th – that's 20 consecutive days which had colder than average low temperatures.

In June, Ibiza is subject to an average of 23mm of rainfall divided between four days throughout the month. With such a small amount of rain falling on so few days, you'll probably get away with nothing more than a shower at the worst if you visit during this month.

Moderate rain is the most common type of precipitation for Ibiza in this month and usually happens around June 1st. Thunderstorms are the second most common type of rainfall and tend to occur around June 2nd. These are followed by light rain which – like moderate rain – is also expected to fall around June 1st. Drizzle is also a fairly common form of precipitation for Ibiza during this month, but you'll be pleased to hear that heavy rain and moderate snow are almost unheard of.

The likelihood of precipitation drops dramatically as the month develops, falling from 19% on June 1st down to 11% by June 30th. As you'd expect for a summer month, Ibiza isn't affected by any foggy conditions.

The average sea temperature for Ibiza in June is 21°C – much warmer than any of the previous months. Most visitors find this temperature fairly pleasant for swimming and can safely enjoy a dip or two without getting too cold.

In June, the average daily relative humidity for Ibiza is 72%, created by highs of 91% and lows of 55%.

Throughout the month, Ibiza enjoys an average of 13 hours of sunshine each day – that's one hour more each day than in May. The daylight and sunshine hours stay roughly constant as the month develops, with the length of the day only increasing by eight minutes between June 1st and June 30th.

Wind speeds usually fluctuate between 0 m/s and 6 m/s (calm to moderate breeze) across June, very rarely going over 8 m/s (fresh breeze). The highest average wind speed of 3 m/s (light breeze) usually happens around June 9th, when the average daily maximum is 6 m/s. On the other hand, the lowest average wind speed of 3 m/s tends to occur toward the other end of the month around June 30th when the average daily maximum is 6 m/s.

En Bossa Beach in Ibiza, Spain

En Bossa Beach in Ibiza, Spain

Where to stay

When it comes to beachside accommodation, it doesn't get much better than Invisa Hotel Club Cala Verde. This three-star hotel is situated on the coast and provides guests with access to standard double rooms, double rooms with sea views, premium double rooms and suites. Each room features: air conditioning, terrace, flat-screen satellite TV, telephone, mini fridge, hairdryer, safe, tea/coffee making facilities and full bathroom. There are loads of services and facilities available onsite for guests to enjoy, including: BBQ facilities, outdoor swimming pool, garden, terrace, tennis courts, billiards, table tennis, darts, diving, snorkelling, hot tub, bicycle rental, games room, playground, entertainment staff, restaurants, bar, WiFi access, free parking, car hire, 24-hour reception, currency exchange and luggage storage.

If you'd rather stay in an apartment than a hotel room, check out Atlas Apartamentos. Situated in a residential part of Santa Eulalia del Rio, this complex invites its guests to take full advantage of the amenities and services on offer, including: outdoor swimming pool, children's pool, sun terrace, garden, pool table, car/bicycle/motorbike rental, washing machine, safety deposit box and excursion booking.There is a number of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments to choose from, many of which have garden views. Each apartment comes complete with: balcony or terrace, safety deposit box, iron, ironing board, private entrance, bathroom, kitchenette with fridge, microwave, kettle, hob, toaster and tea/coffee making facilities and free WiFi access.

The Marian Apartments are a top pick for anyone searching for affordable accommodation in Ibiza. Located in the heart of San Antonio, this complex is made up of 21 apartments spread out across four floors. Each apartment comes complete with: air conditioning, balcony, full bathroom with shower, hairdryer and shaving socket, kitchen with kettle and minibar, lounge, room service, safe, TV, wake-up calls and WiFi access. There is a wide selection of services and facilities for guests to enjoy during their stay, such as: 24-hour reception, bar, concierge, currency exchange, internet access, luggage storage, newspapers, swimming pool, restaurant, solarium with sun loungers and sports facilities.

When it comes to affordable accommodation in Ibiza, Estudios Tropicana is another fantastic choice. Also located in San Antonio, just a short walk away from a myriad of shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment venues, this complex provides guests with a variety of services and amenities, including: air conditioning, currency exchange, housekeeping, solarium with sun beds, garden, pool table, drinks vending machine, internet corner with printer, car/moped rental service, excursion booking, pool bar and 24-hour reception.Guests can choose between a number of studios which can each cater for up to three guests. Each apartment features: full bathroom with hairdryer (available at reception), safety deposit box, WiFi access, kitchenette with hob, microwave, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone, LCD satellite TV and iron.

The four-star THB Class Los Molinos is open all-year-round and boasts a privileged seafront location, just a short walk away from the centre of Ibiza Town. This adults-only hotel offers 152 rooms, each of which features: balcony (except the street view rooms), full bathroom with hairdryer, air conditioning, heating, telephone, minibar, satellite TV, safety deposit box and free WiFi access. There is a myriad of services and facilities for guests to enjoy, including: outdoor pool with waiter service, sun terrace with sun beds and shades, pool bar open in the summer season, continental breakfast buffet, a la carte restaurants, bed and breakfast option, half-board option, lounge bar, TV room, spa, undercover parking, laundry service, pool table, billiards, internet corner and facilities for disabled guests.

Inside a Hotel Room in Ibiza, Spain

Inside a Hotel Room in Ibiza, Spain

Things to do

One of the most popular landmarks in Ibiza is the Castle of Ibiza. Located on top of a hill in Dalt Vila, this attraction is set on the highest point of the island and was built in the 14th century. The Castle of Ibiza features architecture that's a mixture of Gothic and Baroque styles and provides a peaceful retreat away from the heady party lifestyle that Ibiza is known for. As well as fantastic views of the castle itself, you'll also be able to enjoy panoramic vistas of the whole island from this point. After you've finished admiring the Castle of Ibiza, pop into one of the many cafes, bars and restaurants nearby where you can grab a drink or bite to eat whilst watching the world go by.

Make the most of the sunny weather and head for the beach. S'Arenal Petit is a small bay in Portinatx, popular with locals and visitors alike. This beach is backed by a variety of tourist buildings and features dark sand with a number of palm trees. The beach – which is 170m long and 15-80m wide – gently slopes down into the clear sea, making it perfect for children to play in. Onsite facilities and services at S'Arenal Petit include: private car park, bus stop nearby, disabled access, phones, showers, sun loungers, sun shades, restaurants, bars, shops, lifeguards, pedalo hire, windsurfing school, diving school and mini water park.

Families on holiday with children won't want to miss the chance to visit Aguamar Water Park. Open every day from the beginning of May until the end of September, this water park is located in Playa den Bossa and is the largest water park on the island. Here you'll find all sorts of rides and attractions for kids and adults to enjoy, including: water slides, swimming pools, kids' pools and paddling pools. Picnic areas are also provided if you want to bring your own lunch with you. If you'd prefer someone else to do the cooking, you can enjoy lunch in one of the many restaurants, bars and cafes.

The Cueva de Can Marca is a must-visit for anyone interested in natural attractions. Located in San Miguel and the bay of Puerto San Miguel, this popular attraction is more than 100,000 years old and needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. This cave was first discovered by smugglers who would use it to hide their loot – some of which is still visible today. Inside the cave, you'll see all sorts of fascinating things, including: stalactites, fossils, ancient water markings and 30-foot waterfall. Guided tours are available inside the cave and take between 30 and 40 minutes to complete. The guides who lead the tours use state-of-the-art technology to help re-create imagery of what the cave used to look like, making it an interesting day out for all.

If you want to go on an excursion during your stay, consider signing up for an Ibiza Island Tour. This trip takes place every Friday on a boat which cruises around the entire coast of the island, providing you with plenty of things to see. The Ibiza Island Tour starts off at San Antonio at 9am and includes: break at the best beach in Formentera, lunchtime picnic, stop-off at Illetas, one-hour exploration of Ibiza Old Town, stop-off at Tagomago and sunset at Es Vedra. 

Castle of Ibiza, Spain

Castle of Ibiza, Spain

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