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Weather Averages for Lanzarote in June
Averages for Lanzarote in June
The average temperature of Lanzarote is 71.4°F (21.9°C).
The average low temperature is 64.4°F (18°C). The days are sunny and beautiful with average high temperatures between 78.8 and 80.6°F (26 and 27°C).The average sea temperature is 68°F (20°C) and at this time many people will be taking scuba diving and snorkelling excursions. There are a wide selection of tours around the island. The Lanzarote Wine Route Excursion is popular because it visits the main wine-producing area of the island, called La Geria. It also visits three bodegas and offers free samples of wine and cheeses.
Visitors can see the island on a variety of tours including ones that allow them to walk, bike, sail, and one unique tour, Submarine Safaris, takes passengers underwater via submarine!
There is an average of 0” (0 mm) of precipitation. Obviously, that equates to an average of 0 days of precipitation. There is occasionally rain reported during the summer months, but not usually.
There is an average of 10-11 hours of sunlight. These long days make for many adventures. The Lanzarote Aquarium, for example, provides panoramic underwater views as well as an opportunity to swim with sharks. Group rates for more than 20 people are incredibly reasonable.
The major cultural event is Corpus Christi. On the Saturday following the holiday, islanders create beautiful carpets of coloured sea salt which are quickly destroyed by processions later in the afternoon.
Many tourists will be on the beach as early as possible though they should be aware that there can sometimes be early-morning cloud cover until about 10am or 11am. Then it disappears, revealing sunny blue skies for the rest of the day. Early risers who do not necessarily want to sunbathe and those travelling with small children may actually prefer to be on the beach during these overcast hours rather than during the middle of the day.
Because the wind is stronger during the summer, tourists may encounter sirocco winds which can be hot and dusty and last for a few days at a time.
A non-typical accommodation in Haria is the Real Lanzarote – Casa Teresita. These apartments, or “flats,” share a pool with two other rooms. The environment is tranquil and private, even in the height of the tourist season. It is within walking distance to the village which has authentic bars, restaurants, supermarkets, and a traditional street market.