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Weather Averages for Tenerife in June
Averages for Tenerife in June
June is a popular time to visit Tenerife in the Canary Islands, because of the warm and sunny weather. At this time of year, the average temperature is 20°C, with highs of 23°C and lows of 14°C. Rain is almost non-existent, with only 5mm of average rainfall for the whole month. The average sea temperature is a pleasant 22°C and there are around 10 hours of sunshine each day.
Things to do
Punta de Teno in the north west of Tenerife is a great place for nature lovers to visit. This site is one of the oldest geological areas of the island and can only be reached by car by following the road from Buenavista del Norte. It’s best to visit this attraction on a day with calm weather – sometimes the road is closed off due to high winds. Punta de Teno is packed with endemic flora and fauna, including many rare species. You’ll need comfortable clothing and suitable footwear to explore the trails amongst the rocks and mountains.
Golf lovers will be pleased to hear that Tenerife has a number of spectacular courses. Golf Costa Adeje in Costa Adeje features an 18-hole par 72 course, a well as a nine-hole par 33 course, both of which are suitable for golfers of all abilities and experiences. As well as the two courses, there is also a 45,000m2 driving range and three professionals which offer lessons in Spanish, English, French, German and Dutch.
Time to celebrate
Every June, the streets of La Orotava are transformed into huge gardens for the Corpus Christi celebrations. During this event locals create intricate carpets made up of coloured petals depicting religious scenes. Detailed carpets are also created with sand, with the biggest and most impressive being the 850m2 one in the square outside the town hall.
The Fiesta de San Juan celebrated in Puerto de la Cruz is another fantastic event to see. Beginning on June 23rd each year, this event kicks off with figures decorated with flowers which are set alight. During this event it’s also common to see locals jumping over bonfires – copying their forefathers who would do so to impress women. The main event takes place at Playa Jardín – a beach in Puerto de la Cruz – where local farmers take their goats to swim in the sea as a form of blessing.
If you’re looking for somewhere to soak up the sun during your holiday, head to Playa de Troya in Costa Adeje. This large black sand beach is close to a huge number of cafes, bars and restaurants, which provide the ideal places for a spot of lunch. There are also loads of facilities to enjoy, including sun loungers, shades, life guards, showers, changing rooms and toilets. The calm waters make this beach ideal for swimming and snorkelling, too.
Playa Torviscas in Costa Adeje is the place to go if you want to try your hand at water sports. This beach offers loads of activities for the whole family to enjoy, including parasailing, banana boats, jet skis, pedalos and water buggies. There is also a handful of amenities, including sun beds, parasols, showers and toilets.
Eating (and drinking) out
Cafe Med Bistro and Bar in Golf del Sur is a fantastic place to go if you’re looking for a delicious meal for an affordable price. Located within the Royal Tenerife Country Club resort, this eatery offers a selection of international dishes. The lamb comes highly recommended and needs to be ordered at least 24 hours in advance.
Thai Botanico in Playa de Las Americas is another popular choice when it comes to dining in Tenerife. Situated within the Safari Centre, this restaurant features an extensive menu packed with Thai specialties and is decorated with a traditional Thai theme.
Papagayo in Playa de Las Americas is without a doubt one of the best nightclubs on the island. Set on the seafront, this new club opens in the early morning, when visitors can relax on the terrace with a cocktail. Come nightfall, the nightclub takes on a different atmosphere as it fills up with people looking to hear the latest dance tunes which play late into the night.
If you’re looking for something a bit more relaxed, Taylor’s Lounge in Los Cristianos might be just your thing. This British bar offers a huge range of beers, wines, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks, as well as a large menu served during the day and evening. All live sporting events are shown inside and outside the bar on large screen TVs.
Where to stay
When it comes to accommodation, Hotel Rural Victoria in La Orotava is a popular choice for those looking for a relaxing holiday. Located in a restored 16th century building, this hotel offers standard and superior rooms, as well as suites, to ensure there is something for all group sizes, budgets and styles.
Dream Hotel Noelia Sur in Playa de Las Americas is a great place for couples and families to stay during their holiday in Tenerife. With a central location close to many bars and restaurants, this hotel offers swimming pools, gym, spa, bar, restaurant and mini market for guests to enjoy. Also in Playa de Las Americas, Catalonia Oro Negro is another fantastic accommodation choice for couples and families who want to be in the centre of it all. Close to many bars, cafes, shops, restaurants and clubs, this hotel features a swimming pool, bar, restaurant and evening entertainment.
In the north of the island, Puerto Palace in Puerto de la Cruz boasts a number of services and facilities. Here guests can enjoy swimming pools, restaurant, bars, evening entertainment and sports area. In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Hotel Escuela Santa Cruz is perfect for those who want to explore the island’s capital. Set in the city centre, this hotel is close to the auditorium, football stadium and the north airport. Here you’ll find an entertainment room, garden, WiFi access, swimming pool, gym and parking.