Weather Averages for Malaga in June
Averages for Malaga in JuneThe beautiful summer weather continues into June in Malaga.
The climate is hot and sunny in the summer in Malaga, with an average daily temperature for June of 24°C (76°F). This can reach average highs of 27°C (80°F) and drop to lows of 17°C (63°F).
June can also expect on average 11 hours of sunshine per day.
As well as the beautiful sunny weather, the average temperature of the sea is a lot warmer this month, at 20°C, making it the perfect weather to go relax on one of the beautiful beaches and sunbathe or go for a dip in the sea.
Make sure you have a decent sun cream with you though, as the ray's can be strong.
Rain in June is sporadic, but there is still a chance you will experience some wet weather whilst you are out there.
The average rainfall expected in June in Malaga is 17 mm over 3 days.
There may also be a few foggy days whilst you are out there, with the expectation for 6 days over the month.
It might get cooler in the evenings, although the nights generally remain mild, so bring a jumper or warmer jacket with you to keep you warm.
There are a number of festivals going on in June in Malaga to keep you entertained during your stay there.
Dia del Pescaito (Fried Fish Day) happens in early June and is a seafood festival, with a number of activities planned out for the day on the beach.
The religious festival Fiesta de San Juan (Feast of St. John) also happens in June and is a huge festival that is celebrated all over Spain. In Malaga, it is celbrated with street entertainment, big bonfires that people jump over, midnight swimming in the sea and firework displays. If you're in Malaga at this time, the festivities are not to be missed!
Held over a number of cinemas over Malaga is the Nights of the Movies festival, that shows films that have been recently released.
San Bernabé Fiesta and Summer Fair is a seven day spectacular. Expect a fair gorund, bull fights, horse and cart rides and a huge amount of food and drink to choose from amongst the festivities if you are lucky enough to attend this festival.
Malaga also has an impressive night life, with a number of clubs across the area that are bound to be throwing wild parties throughout your stay.