Calella Weather June Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Calella in June
The beginning of summer is a fantastic time to visit Calella, before the heat of the peak months and the major crowds, yet still a time offering fantastic weather, plenty to see and do, and choice in terms of hotels and nightlife. Prior to the regular summer school holidays, you may also find that prices for package holidays in Spain are cheaper, so this is a good idea if you want to keep costs low.
June experiences an average temperature of around 21°C, however the average high temperature can creep up to a wonderful 27°C during the hottest parts of the day. It's always a good idea to seek out shade as much as possible, especially if you are travelling with children. Despite that, evenings are mild, yet not hot, which makes for the perfect good night sleep conditions. You won't be needing air-conditioning during the first half of the month, however the later part of the month may see a need for it.
The average rainfall level reduces as we move away from the previous rainy month, with an average of 62mm across the month, which can affect just 7 days to some degree or another.
Average Sunshine Hours
Again, forecasts are the way forward. To put this into perspective, you can expect a huge 12 hours of sunshine per day, which means beach time is a must when you head to this beautiful Spanish resort.
Average Sea Temperature
The sea is also hotting up, and is now at the ideal temperature for swimming and water-sports at an average water temperature of 21°C across the month.
Put simply, this is the ideal time to visit the resort, because the weather is fantastic, yet not too hot, and you can still explore the nearby cities, towns, and countryside, before the peak heat hits in the coming two months.
Calella Beaches in June
June is the ideal time to enjoy everything Calella has to offer, without the major crowds, and the same can be said for accommodation options; whilst the resort is busy at this time, it's not teeming with visitors, so you won't struggle to find a sun lounger around the pool.
H Top Calella Palace
H Top Calella Palace has all board options available, located in a peaceful part of the resort, although within close walking distance of the main stretch. Of course, there is also plentiful public transport nearby too. The hotel offers a large sun terrace on the roof, with fantastic views, as well as on-site entertainment, and a sauna for an extra cost.
GHT Maritim Hotel
The GHT Maritim Hotel is another top choice, located right on the beach and close to all amenities. The poolside snack bar means you won't need to walk too far for refreshment, and again, the free entertainment programme means you have plentiful choice for your evening fun.
Bon Repos Hotel
Alternatively, check out Bon Repos Hotel for a centrally based hotel with all board varieties on offer. The two large swimming pools mean you can cool down in the increasing heat, with picturesque gardens for chilling out too.
Beaches in Calella for June
Calella actually has three main beaches, which all do merge into one at some stage, lasting for around 3km. Aside from the main beach, Gran Playa, there are two smaller, and quieter beaches to enjoy. When the crowds slowly begin to arrive in the resort, the quieter beaches are a better bet for a chilled out day.
Garbi is one of those aforementioned quieter beaches, whilst still being lively enough for a fun day splashing in the sea and chilling on the golden sand.
Restaurants & Nightlife
La Llar de Froc
The peak seasonal months in Calella, such as June, means that every restaurant is open, and that means plentiful choice! Of course, you should try something authentic during your stay, and La Llar de Foc is a great middle-ground choice. Here you can try traditional dishes, but without being too 'out there'. There are fantastic steaks on offer here too, and they cook your meat in front of you.
El Hogar Gallego
Alternatively, El Hogar Gallego is famous for its seafood choices, all freshly caught around the region. Certainly try this restaurant if you are a seafood fan.
Of course tapas are famous in Spain, and Champanillo has all manner of different dishes for you to try, in simple, clean surroundings.
Things to do in Calella in June
Dofi Jet Boats
June means the epitome of summer weather, without searing temperatures, which can occur during the coming two months. This is a great time for those who want the best of both worlds, and another perk is that crowds won't be quite as much at this time. This is an ideal time to take advantage of days out, such as boat trips, which can be uncomfortable when the sun is beating down later over the next couple of months. You will find many companies who offer trips now the season is in full swing, such as Dofi Jet Boats.
Keeping with the water theme, there are plentiful water-sports to enjoy now the weather is hotting up to its traditional summer levels, and Watersports Centre are on hand to offer a variety of different fun activities to try; perhaps banana boats are for you, or water skiing, fly fish, wakeboarding, speed boats, or stand up paddle boarding the list goes on.
Lloret de Mar
Of course, Calella is very close to another popular resort on the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar. Here you will find a fun Tuesday market, which runs from 8am 12pm every week. There are countless stalls selling all sorts of handcrafted goods, perfect for souvenirs to take home.