Averages for Playa de las Americas in June
What's the weather like in Playa de las Americas in June
Just like May, June is a fantastic time of the year to visit Playa de Las Americas, Tenerife (Canary Islands), when the weather is warm and the prices are very affordable, thanks to low tourist numbers. During this month, the resort experiences an average temperature of 21.5°C at the beginning of June...
Daily averages for Playa de las Americas
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What's the weather like in Playa de las Americas in June
Just like May, June is a fantastic time of the year to visit Playa de Las Americas, Tenerife (Canary Islands), when the weather is warm and the prices are very affordable, thanks to low tourist numbers. During this month, the resort experiences an average temperature of 21.5°C at the beginning of June which rises up to 23°C as the month progresses.
Daily highs and lows change in a similar way, rising from 25°C to 26°C and from 18°C to 20°C, respectively, as the month develops. Even though it only occurs on very rare occasions, temperatures can sometimes exceed 28°C or fall below 17°C in Playa de Las Americas at this time of the year.
In June, the highest temperature which has ever been registered at the weather station closest to the resort (located at Reina Sofía south airport) is 36.2°C, which was recorded on June 26th in 2012. On the other hand, the lowest temperature which has ever been recorded here during this month is 14.8°C, which was registered on June 1st in 1982.
During this month, Playa de Las Americas is subject to an average of 0mm (zero inches) of rainfall. If there is any rainfall in the resort during June, it usually only falls on one rainy day. As you can see, rainfall is extremely unlikely at this time of year, which means you probably won't see a drop of the wet stuff at all during your holiday in Playa de Las Americas.
The likelihood of rainfall making an appearance on any given day in Playa de Las Americas in June sharply decreases as the month develops. Rainfall is most common around June 1st when it falls on 3.7% of days, whilst precipitation is least likely around June 28th, when it falls on only 1.9% of days.
If you are extremely unlucky and experience some rainfall during your holiday in June, it will most probably be drizzle or light rain. You'll be pleased to hear that heavy rain, thunderstorms and snowfall are all exceptionally unlikely to occur in the resort during this month.
The highest monthly rainfall ever experienced by the resort in June is a mere 1.9 l/m2, which fell in June 1993. At the other end of the scale, the lowest monthly rainfall ever experienced by Playa de Las Americas during this month is 0 l/m2, which most recently happened in June 2012.
The highest number of days which have ever been affected by rainfall in Playa de Las Americas in June is three, which occurred in 1982. The maximum amount of precipitation to fall within a single day in the resort in June is only 1 l/m2, all of which fell on June 10th in 1993.
Average Sunshine Hours
Throughout this month, Playa de Las Americas enjoys an average of 12 hours of sunshine every day – that's one hour more each day than in May. With so many sunshine hours to take advantage of, you'll have plenty of chances to chill out and soak up some rays by the pool or at the beach during your holiday.
Average Sea Temperature
If a day at the beach sounds just like what the doctor ordered, you'll be pleased to hear that the average sea temperature for the beaches in Playa de Las Americas during this month is 21°C – that's 1°C warmer than the previous two months. Although everyone feels water temperature differently, most tourists and visitors alike will agree that this is the perfect temperature for swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling.
During an average June in Playa de Las Americas, typical wind speeds usually range between 1 m/s (light air) and 10 m/s (fresh breeze) rarely exceeding 13 m/s (strong breeze). The highest average wind speed of 6 m/s (moderate breeze) tends to occur around June 30th, when the average daily maximum is 10 m/s. At the other end of the scale, the lowest average wind speed of 5 m/s usually happens around June 9th, when the average daily maximum is 9 m/s.
In June, the length of the day in Playa de Las Americas is very slowly increasing, with a difference of only four minutes between the first and last day of the month. The shortest day in June is June 1st with 13 hours and 49 minutes of daylight, whilst the longest day of the month is June 30th with 13 hours and 53 minutes of daylight.
June marks the start of the summer season in Playa de Las Americas, which means calimas and siroccos are both likely to occur. Calimas are the milder of the two weather conditions and are caused by sand storms which are blown over from the west coast of Africa. This type of storm is characterised by high temperatures, low visibility and a distinct dryness in the air.
Siroccos are the more severe of the two and are caused in the same way as calimas. Being more serious, siroccos bring with them higher temperatures and even less visibility than calimas, as well as very strong winds.
Fortunately, both calimas and siroccos can be predicted well in advance, giving you plenty of time to make alternative travel arrangements if necessary. The durations of the storms vary significantly – they can last from as little as a few hours up to as much as ten days. Whilst they usually don't pose any real danger, calimas and siroccos can be especially dangerous during summer months when temperatures can reach as high as 20°C above the average.
Playa de las Americas Hotels in June
Families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Playa de Las Americas should take a look at Cleopatra Palace Hotel. Just a short walk away from the beach, this hotel provides accommodation in the form of standard rooms, family rooms and suites, so there is something for all budgets, group sizes and tastes. Onsite facilities are numerous and include swimming pools, bars, restaurants, WiFi access, 24-hour reception and hairdressing salon.
When it comes to all-inclusive accommodation in Playa de Las Americas, Iberostar Las Dalias is a great choice. Guests are invited to take advantage of the many onsite services and facilities which include swimming pools, entertainment programme, bars, restaurants, internet access and beauty salon. There are several different types of double room to choose from, several of which come with views.
If you're looking for beachside accommodation in the south of Tenerife, Palm Beach Club is a top pick. You can choose from a number of different rooms, including studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, many of which come with pool or sea views. The list of onsite amenities is comprehensive and covers swimming pool, kids' club, bars, restaurants and supermarket.
Ocean Beach Aparthotel is ideal for families and couples in search of budget accommodation in Playa de Las Americas. Just a short distance away from loads of shops, bars, restaurants and nightclubs, this complex features a great selection of spacious and comfortable rooms. Guests are invited to take advantage of the numerous facilities, such as swimming pools, bar, restaurant and evening entertainment.
Pueblo Torviscas is another superb choice for holidaymakers looking for somewhere to stay in the south of Tenerife. Made up of studios and one-bedroom apartments, this complex offers plenty of services and facilities, including 24-hour reception, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, restaurants, bar, WiFi access and entertainment programme.
Playa de las Americas Beach for June
Families and couples looking for somewhere to spend the day together should consider enjoying an afternoon at Playa de Torviscas. Found in the western side of Playa de Las Americas, this beach has soft, light sand and gentle waters which create the perfect conditions for swimming. The list of onsite facilities is extensive and includes sun lounge and parasol hire, toilets, showers, beach bars and water sports. There's also a busting promenade just a few metres away where you'll find loads of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars.
Playa de Troya is one of the very best beaches in the south of Tenerife. This bay is home to soft dark sand and warm clear waters which are ideal for swimming and paddling. There is a great selection of amenities and services available for visitors to enjoy, including lifeguards, showers, water sports, sun beds and parasols, with plenty more facilities available on the promenade nearby.
Bars and Restaurants
Carnivores won't want to pass up the chance to enjoy a meal at Empire Modern British Restaurant and Steakhouse. Here you'll find a comprehensive menu full of tempting dishes such as tipsy beef for two, steak and ale pudding and 28-day aged steak burger. If you're dining with people who aren't keen on meat, there are plenty of fish, pasta and vegetarian options, too.
Vilaflor is a great choice if you're looking for a restaurant which serves a little bit of everything. This eatery offers a menu filled with all sorts of international dishes, with everything from beans on toast and pizzas to curries and seafood platters. A varied children's menu is also available for the little ones. There is so much to choose from that there's bound to be something for everyone to enjoy.
The British-run Carriages Bar is the ideal choice if you're looking for friendly service and low-cost drinks. You'll find a superb range of drinks available behind the bar, including international beers, wines, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks.
If you're looking for something a bit livelier, consider spending a night at Linekers. During the day this bar shows all sorts of sporting activities on a number of large screen TVs but come nightfall, Linekers transforms into heady nightclub. Some of the best international DJs have been known to play here and the party always goes on into the early hours.
Things to do in Playa de las Americas in June
If you've ever wanted to try your hand at scuba diving, make sure you visit the team at Fly Over. Based in Puerto Colon, this diving school offers a series of courses to choose from, with something for everyone – from first timers to experienced pros. All of the courses are PADI-certified and cover all aspects of diving, from simple try dives to divemaster status.
When it comes to evening entertainment in Tenerife, it doesn't get much better than the Sound of Musicals. Often described as 'the feel good show of the year', this performance takes you on a journey through 15 of the very best musicals from the West End and Broadway. There are various different options available – including ticket only, dinner and show, and all-inclusive – so you're sure to find something to suit everyone.