Costa Adeje Weather June Averages, Canary Islands
What's the weather like in Costa Adeje in June
June is the beginning of the summer in Costa Adeje, so you can expect temperatures to rise dramatically as well as the amount of sun seen each day.Costa Adeje is known for its warm winters and hot summers, making the resort a popular holiday destination all-year round.
June sees some of the best weather for the year with an average temperature of 21°C, with highs of 24°C and lows of 18°C. There's very little rain with just 5mm of average rainfall for the whole month. The average sea temperature is an inviting 21°C and you can expect to soak up around 12 hours of sunshine each day.
Costa Adeje Hotels in June
Hotel La Pinta
Hotel La Pinta is a great option for accommodation if you're travelling with your family. The hotel has a number of facilities for children, including a separate, heated pool, and comes highly recommended by past guests. Affordable room rates and discount deals mean that you an stay here on a budget, too.
Bahia Principe Costa Adeje
The four-star Bahia Principe Costa Adeje is just a short drive away from the Golf Costa Adeje course, making it a popular hotel amongst avid golfers. Boasting fantastic sea views, this complex offers accommodation in the form of standard rooms and junior suites which come complete with air conditioning, satellite TV and complementary meals per person at the hotel's speciality restaurants. There is also a wealth of amenities for guests to enjoy, such as swimming pools, bars, restaurants, spa and tropical gardens.
Sol Sun Beach Apartments
The three star Sol Sun Beach Apartments are another popular choice when it comes to self-catering accommodation in Costa Adeje. Boasting a beachfront location, this complex provides rooms in the form of studios, one-bedroom units and two-bedroom apartments, all of which come with fully-equipped kitchenettes. There is a wealth of facilities available to enjoy, such as supermarket, internet corner, swimming pool, entertainment programme and excursion booking.
Costa Adeje Beach for June
La Caleta beach
La Caleta beach is ideal if you want to escape the crowds and find a quieter, more secluded beach. The beach is part of an old fishing village and is now an ideal place for families to go as it is very child friendly.
Bars and Restaurants
Las Rocas is a popular gourmet restaurant which specialises in Canarian fish and seafood dishes. The restaurant's cliff-top location awards diners with views of the Atlantic Ocean whilst they browse the menu, which includes hake, tuna, sea bass and catch of the day. Not just a place for seafood lovers, this eatery also serves meat- and poultry-based dishes, as well as salads and pastas.
El Mesón Castellano
If you're in the mood for tapas, be sure to visit El Mesón Castellano in Playa de Las Americas. One of the most popular tapas restaurants in the area, El Mesón Castellano offers a wide array of hot and cold tapas, featuring meat and cheese platters, meatballs, garlic prawns and grilled sardines. There is also an a la carte menu available, including Canarian items such as suckling pig, lamb shoulder and grilled rabbit.
Offering diners the very best that Spain has to offer, Restaurante Embrujo boasts an extensive menu full of authentic dishes from all over the mainland and the islands, such as paella, Spanish omelette, grilled rabbit and stewed beef. To complement the vast array of dishes on offer, Restaurante Embrujo offers a large wine list, with many bottles from all over Spain and several from the rest of Europe. If that wasn't enough, the restaurant also hosts live music and a spectacular flamenco show every evening at 9pm.
Original Wigan Pier
When it comes to family-friendly bars, it doesn't get much better than the Original Wigan Pier. Found in the heart of Torviscas Bajo, this bar boasts plenty of activities to keep the young and young at heart entertained. Visitors can try their hand at quizzes, bingo and popular games such as play your cards right every evening.
Things to do in Costa Adeje in June
One of the biggest and best attractions the island has to offer, Siam Park is a great place to spend the day. Open throughout the year from 10am until 5 or 6pm, this large water park provides free shuttle buses to the park from Los Cristianos and Playa de Las Americas. There are plenty of daredevil-type slides inside the park, such as the Tower of Power with its almost vertical 28m drop, as well as several more chilled out zones, like Siam Beach, and special kids' areas, such as the Lost City. On top of the water slides, Siam Park also features a number of kiosks, cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy a drink or bite to eat.
There are plenty of water sports to be done in Costa Adeje, with everything from parasailing to windsurfing to snorkelling on offer. 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.
Dates for the diary
Corpus Christi is perhaps the most famous and inspiring of Tenerife's religious festivals. Vast, intricate coloured carpets of flower petals and volcanic sands are laid out in the streets in many of the island's towns and cities; Costa Adeje is no exception. Generally, 3,500 kilos of vibrantly coloured salt is used to create alfombras de sal (carpets of salt) throughout Calle Grande and Calle Corpus in the old part of the town.