What's the Weather like in Alcudia in June
June is a very popular time to visit Alcudia, and is an ideal time to explore the resort, as well as the surrounding area too.
Temperatures are pleasantly warm, even reaching what could be described as hot during the best days, and evenings are beginning to warm up at the same time. You can expect an average temperature of around 22°C in Alcudia at this time of year, with the high reaching a very warm 27°C, with an evening temperature of a balmy 16°C on average.
On top of this, the sun has certainly got its hat on, with a huge 13 hours of sunshine per day expected.
Rain is not really a problem in Alcudia at this time of year, with an average of only 14mm of precipitation throughout the month, affecting 6 days to some degree or another.
Of course, summer doesn't only mean little in the way of rain, but it also means a warmer sea, which is great for swimming and a cool down from the warm temperatures. At this time of year the sea averages a very pleasant 21°C.
Take a look at the weather forecast for Alcudia.
Alcudia Hotels in June
Having a choice of board basis' is important to many people when heading off on a summer holiday, because everyone's needs are different.
Sea Club Alcudia
All-inclusive suits families in general, and in that case the Sea Club Alcudia is a good choice. Here you can choose anything from self-catering, right up to all inclusive, as well as offering a range of entertainment and a kids' club.
Vanity Golf by Viva Hotel
Alternatively, Vanity Golf by Viva Hotel is a complex of luxury apartments, situated right next to the beach, with handy public transport links nearby too. This is an adults-only complex, meaning rest and relaxation is guaranteed.
Botel Alcudiamar Hotel
If you are wanting to be right on the beach, then Botel Alcudiamar Hotel is for you. This is situated very close to the main town, and is quiet and relaxing, offering comfort for your stay in Alcudia.
Alcudia Beaches for June
Alcudia's main beach begins to get much busier during June, as the crowds begin to flock to the resort. This main beach stretches for a huge 9km, right towards Ca'n Picafort. There is a promenade if you want to walk the length of it, however if not you can hire a parasol and sun lounger and kick back and relax, with plenty of water-sports on offer if you feel the need to cool down.
Bars and Restaurants
Paco's Bar Funny Bunny's
If you're looking for fun entertainment of an evening then head to Paco's Bar Funny Bunny's. Visitors return time and time again to this establishment, full of bright entertainment and laughs a minute. Food is reasonably priced and large portions, with plenty to choose from.
Brunel's Family Sport Bar
Alternatively, Brunel's Family Sport Bar is, as the title suggests, very family friendly and is a laid-back place to visit during the evenings. Great for those on a budget and for anyone searching for somewhere showing the latest football match!
Can Costa Alcudia
You may be searching for somewhere traditional for perhaps a romantic meal, in which case Can Costa Alcudia is your destination, offering traditional dishes with seasonal, fresh ingredients. They also do a wide-ranging kids' menu too.
Things to do in Alcudia in June
Night of Fire and Sant Joan Fiesta
Majorca has a full calendar of fiestas and fun-filled festivals throughout the summer, and June heralds the start of a busy and packed time on the island. Night of Fire, or Nic de Foc, takes place on 23 June, and is celebrated throughout the island with huge bonfires and firework displays. This is basically the start of the summer fiestas on the island. At the same time, Sant Joan Fiesta is celebrated across the island, coinciding with the summer solstice, with fun and music to be found everywhere.
Sant Pere Fiesta
If you're in Palma on 28 & 29 June then you will be able to catch Sant Pere Fiesta, which is a huge procession of fishing boats, in honour of the patron saint of fishermen. This is a popular sight to see, and something different to catch during your holiday.
Wind & Friends
Of course, June also means summer season is in full swing for tourism, along with much warmer temperatures and little chance of rain. This is a great opportunity to get out onto open water and explore the viewpoint of Alcudia away from the land. Wind & Friends offer windsurfing lessons, expeditions, and catamaran trips, which is a great way to spend a few hours splashing, having fun, learning a new skill, and enjoying time away from dry land.
Ranxo Ses Roques
If you want to stay on dry land but check out a little wildlife and nature at the same time, then head to the very popular Ranxo Ses Roques. This family-run ranch offers pony trekking rides up and around the mountain, as well as a mini farm with parrots, different birds, and horses for the younger kids to enjoy. This does get quite busy during peak season, so it may be advisable to book if you are wanting to enjoy the pony trek.
Back in Alcudia itself, and the Old Town is a fantastic place to explore whilst the crowds aren't quite so high, with narrow, cobbled streets, a huge market, beautiful old architecture, and some cosy restaurants and coffee shops to try.