Costa Caleta Weather June Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Costa Caleta in June
Come June, the weather continues to get better and better, with higher temperatures and little to no rainfall. The average daily temperature for Costa Caleta this month hits a very comfortable 23°C (about 73°F). This month's high is in fact two degrees warmer than May's average daily temperature at around 26°C (about 79°F). In the evening, the lows drop down to 19°C (around 66°F) which is also an increase.
With the higher temperatures during the day, you'll be comfortable in shorts, short-sleeved shirts and capris. Break out those flip-flops and sandals too! In the evening, you might want a light jacket or sweater, especially with the breezes that blow across the island.
Average Sunshine Hours
The sun shines for an amazing 11 hours a day, so be sure to get outside and take advantage of the warm weather and abundant sunshine. The chance of having a sunny day is about 59 percent; pack your sunglasses, hat and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun's rays.
The chance of a cloudy day is only 2 percent, so you're guaranteed to have fantastic weather during your holiday. It does get breezier this month, with a 72 percent chance of a windy day. The wind, however, shouldn't affect your outdoor activities too much.
Don't worry if you forget your umbrella or poncho, however, because the average rainfall for this month is 0mm. Typically you won't see any rain on any day in June and you won't have to worry about checking the forecast before you go out.
Average Sea Temperature
By this time of the year, the ocean has warmed considerably, with an average temperature of 21°C (about 70°F). These warmer temperatures make this month an ideal time to go for a swim or try your hand at watersports. At the very least, dip your toes in the water and enjoy a fun day on the beach.
Costa Caleta Hotels in June
Elba Palace Golf and Vital Hotel
If golf is your thing, then the Elba Palace Golf and Vital Hotel is the perfect place to call home when in Costa Caleta. The adult-only, five-star hotel is home to a beautiful 18-hole golf course with ocean views and tree-lined holes. Even if you're not a golfer, you'll still appreciate the resort's sculpture gardens; numerous bars, restaurants and cafes; pools with Balinese beds; and fitness area. The resort offers sports programs including personal trainers, yoga, Tai Chi, water aerobics and Pilates. From the double rooms to the penthouse suites, you're sure to find a room that meets your needs.
Labranda Tahona Garden Apartments
The Labranda Tahona Garden Apartments have 110 rooms with full kitchens and satellite television. Cots are also available if you need extra beds. The resort has two swimming pools, one with a separate children's area, with sunbeds and umbrellas you can use as you relax the day away in the June sunshine. Other hotel features include lush gardens, a pool bar, restaurant, Ping-Pong, billiards and laundry service. For meals, choose from the free buffet restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner daily and uses locally-grown and fresh produce, meat and fish.
Villa Cathaysa Hotel
At the Villa Cathaysa Hotel, you'll enjoy a central location near golf courses, the town and the beach, as well as beautiful ocean views. This pet-friendly hotel offers a business center, tour desk, parking, on-site golf course, watersports and beautiful garden. The rooms all have kitchenettes and televisions. Kids will enjoy the playground area, as well as the sparkling outdoor pool with lounge chairs and umbrellas for use.
Beaches in Costa Caleta for June
Caleta de Fuste
Costa Caleta has one main beach, named Caleta de Fuste after a nearby town. The beach is situated in a rounded harbor, creating a cove with a safe beach area perfect for kids to play on the white sands and the warm ocean water in June. The beach has new toilet facilities and a beach café for snacks, and while much of the sand was imported by the town, it still provides a great place to sunbathe. Several of the hotels down the way from the Caleta de Fuste beach also have their own private beaches for guests of those resorts.
Head to the south end of the island and Costa Calma beach and enjoy a calm beach protected from the wind thanks to all the nearby hotels and resorts. Out in the water, however, the winds make for perfect conditions for watersports like surfing, wind-surfing and stand-up paddle boarding. Along with beautiful scenery, Costa Calma beach has amenities like lifeguards on duty and chair and umbrella rentals.
Bars and Restaurants
The Pickled Palm
Serving everything from pasties to curry, The Pickled Palm brings an English twist to the island of Fuerteventura and Costa Caleta. Other favorites include roast beef, fish and chips and freshly-caught seafood. The restaurant offers an outdoor terrace with ocean views; gluten-free, vegetarian and lactose-free menu choices; and a family-friendly environment. It is also open breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Found off the beaten path, in the town of Antigua just west of Costa Caleta, Nestor's serves up huge portions of homemade dishes. The restaurant is located in the Elite Fuerteventura Club, moving in 2014 from its downtown Costa Caleta location. Specialties include steak, paella, homemade chips and fresh seafood. The restaurant takes reservations and it's recommended you call in and book a table, especially on weekend nights.
Cave Lounge Café
After dinner, head over to the Cave Lounge Café and relax in a chill environment with your favorite cocktail. You can choose to enjoy your drink indoors or outdoors on the patio. Along with drinks, the bar serves pizza and bar snacks, so you can grab a bite to eat while you're there. The drink prices are reasonable to begin with, but you can save even more during the Happy Hour with drink specials.
Things to do in Costa Caleta in June
Deep Blue Diving
Whether you're an advance diver or new to scuba, Deep Blue Diving can show you the wonders under the waters surrounding Fuerteventura. The company offers a variety of diving courses including entry level, kids' classes and advanced open water dives. It sells dive time that includes boat rental, guide and equipment and it rents all the dive equipment you'll need. Dive trips include night diving and snorkeling as well.
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