Lanzarote Weather June Averages, Canary Islands
What's The Weather Like in Lanzarote in June?
How Hot Is Lanzarote In June?
Is June A Good Month To Visit Lanzarote?
June is a superb time to visit Lanzarote, when the weather is warm and sunny and the resorts are relatively quiet before the crowds hit for the summer holidays. You'll be perfectly comfortable in beachwear during the daytime.
Highest And Lowest June Temperatures In Lanzarote
The highest temperature ever recorded in Lanzarote in June is 40.7°C, which was registered in June 2011 at Lanzarote Airport. The lowest was 12.4°C, which was recorded in June 1975.
How Much Does It Rain In June In Lanzarote?
There's an average of no rainfall at all in Lanzarote in June!
June Sunshine Hours in Lanzarote
In June, Lanzarote enjoys an average of ten hours of sunshine each day.
How Warm Is The Sea In Lanzarote In June?
Thanks to Lanzarote's mild climate, the average sea temperature for the waters around Lanzarote is a mild 21°C. Although the sea in June isn't as warm as it is in October or November, it's certainly warm enough to go swimming in.
How Humid Is Lanzarote In June?
The relative humidity for Lanzarote in June averages at around 66%, ranging from 53% (mildly humid) to 89% (very humid) throughout the month, rarely dropping below 41% (comfortable) or reaching as high as 100% (very humid).
Is Lanzarote Windy In June?
Over the course of an average June, wind speeds fluctuate between 3 m/s (light breeze) and 10 m/s (fresh breeze), rarely going over 13 m/s (strong breeze).
Unusual Weather In Lanzarote In June
Aggressive sandstorms which are blown over from the west coast of Africa (referred to locally as calimas and siroccos) commonly occur throughout the year in Lanzarote especially during the summer months. Although they don't pose any real danger, they do bring scorching temperatures up to 10°C higher than usual very low visibility and a general discomfort for everyone.
Lanzarote Hotels in June
Los Jameos Playa
The four-star Los Jameos Playa is found in a quiet part of Puerto del Carmen, just a stone's throw from Los Pocillos beach. This complex features traditional Canarian architecture with 530 rooms built around the swimming pool and solarium.
Accommodation comes in the form of standard double rooms, junior suites, suites and family rooms, many of which come with sea or garden views. Each standard room features satellite TV, WiFi access and furnished balcony or terrace. Junior suites also come with air conditioning, free safe and larger bathroom with two sinks, whilst complete suites have separate bedrooms and are even larger than junior suites.
Family-friendly facilities include children's clubs, animation team, playground, mini disco, two children's pools, babysitting services and free laundrette. Other amenities and services include four tennis courts, two squash courts, mini golf, free WiFi access, adult swimming pools and fitness room with step machines, treadmills, exercise bikes, weights and aerobics equipment. The spa and wellness centre is one of the highlights of the resort and features saunas, treatment rooms, water bed salon, relaxation zone, cold plunge pool and adventure showers.
H10 Lanzarote Gardens
The three-star H10 Lanzarote Gardens is a more affordable option when it comes to accommodation in Lanzarote. This hotel is situated in Costa Teguise and runs an all-inclusive programme covering three restaurants: the Famara Restaurant with show cooking and children's buffet, the Pool Bar Paradise which also offers a children's menu and the Rio Bar which hosts mini discos for children.
Here accommodation is provided in the form of 242 apartments, superior apartments, family apartments and bungalows. Each apartment features a kitchenette with microwave, fridge and coffee maker, living room with sofa bed and TV and balcony or terrace with garden or sea view.
Onsite services and facilities include two adult swimming pools, one children's pool, tennis court, multi-purpose sports court, child-friendly activities for guests aged six months to 17 years and mini salon with massages, manicures and pedicures. One of the most popular points of the H10 Lanzarote Gardens is its location, just 200m away from Playa de Las Cucharas beach.
Montana Club Suite Hotel
Montana Club Suite Hotel is located in the centre of Puerto del Carmen, a five-minute walk away from Playa Grande beach and Avenida de Las Playas which is brimming with international bars, restaurants and shops. The hotel is run on a "suite hotel" concept, with spacious self-catering apartments built on two floors around the central swimming pool. This means guests can enjoy their own space, whilst still taking advantage of all the standard services offered by a hotel.
Accommodation is provided in the form of 67 one-bedroom apartments and suites with air conditioning. Each apartment sleeps up to four and features a full kitchen, lounge with sofa bed and TV, bedroom with two single beds and furnished balcony or terrace.
Suites can sleep up to six guests and offer the same amenities, with an additional two bedrooms. Within the hotel you'll find two outdoor swimming pools, one children's pool, entertainment programme, snack bar and free WiFi access throughout.
Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort
For something more top end, try Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort. This luxury five-star hotel is located in Playa Blanca and is designed in a traditional colonial Canarian style, with white-washed exteriors and dark brown wooden balconies.
Guests can choose between double rooms, junior suites, suites, family suites, duplexes, royal rooms, presidential suites and royal suites. Double superior rooms are the best value for money and overlook the landscaped gardens or swimming pool, with views out to sea. Each of these rooms is also decorated in a colonial Canarian style, with dark wooden furniture, simple white, cream and blue colour schemes, independent bathroom with bath and sleeping/living room.
Onsite dining options include buffet restaurant with international, Mexican and Italian show cooking, gourmet Isla de Lobos restaurant, Japanese Kampai restaurant, Italian Don Giovanni restaurant, El Chiringuito snack bar and + Tapas tapas bar.
For children, the hotel boasts Kikoland with more than 10,000m2 of sports facilities and entertainment, six swimming pools and one kids-only Jacuzzi. For adults, there is one adult-only Jacuzzi, Boulevard Yaiza with designer shops, hairdressing salon, sports centre and the beachfront Thalasso Spa with a circuit, massages, beauty treatments and facials.
Dream Palace Castillo Resort
Dream Palace Castillo Resort is a five-star hotel also situated in Playa Blanca, at the sea front next to one of the island's best beaches Playa de Papagayo. This hotel features an adults-only relax zone by the pool with large Bali beds, plus a Vitanova Spa with circuit and treatment area, 11 outdoor saltwater swimming pools and three freshwater Jacuzzis.
For children, the hotel provides Castleland with play area and mini water park, 5D cinema and family-friendly evening and daytime entertainment. New mums can also enjoy loads of freebies, including: spa access, massages, fitness programmes, swimming lessons with baby, medical assistance and childcare.
Onsite dining options include Los Coloradas international buffet restaurant, Sansofe gourmet restaurant, Portofino Italian restaurant and Guangzhou Asian restaurant, plus four bars. Accommodation comes in the form of double rooms, family rooms decorated with children in mind, junior suites and complete suites.
Lanzarote Beach for June
El Reducto Beach
With daily highs of up to 26°C, June is a great month to hit El Reducto Beach, the most popular beach in Arrecife. This beach is made up of soft, fine golden sands which stretch on for around 45m by 500m.
The sea here is reliably calm and clear, making it perfect for swimming. Although during low tide, the sea can be difficult to get in, due to the rocky reef that is revealed when the sea goes out.
Onsite facilities and services include: sun loungers, shades, showers, changing areas, toilets and lifeguards, with a bus stop, parking and telephones just back from the beach and a plethora of bars and restaurants along the promenade.
Wind conditions are at their strongest between May and August, making June a fantastic time to try your hand at some wind-based water sports. Lanzarote Surf Kite SUP organises thee-hour surf courses at Famara Beach for individual surfers and groups of up to six people.
Famara Beach curves around the coast for 6km and receives swell from west-north, with winds from southwest-east. The centre of the bay gets most of the swell, but be aware that the sandbanks close at 8-10ft faces. Surfing at the north side of the beach should only be attempted by experts, where the waves can get fast and hollow at the lower side.
Lanzarote Surf Kite SUP holds their beginner surf classes at the south end, where the waves are smaller and easier. The only things you need to be aware of are strong sideshore drift and currents.
Things to do in Lanzarote in June
June is one of the best times of year to visit Aqua Park, when the water will be warm enough for swimming, but the park won't be crowded with the masses of people who show up during the summer holidays.
This family-friendly water park is situated in Costa Teguise and offers four splash zones for small children, nine adrenaline-pumping slides and four family-friendly zones which include two large swimming pools, an obstacle course and paintballing. There are also two restaurants and four shops located onsite, as well as several solariums throughout which have free sun loungers and parasols.
Cueva de los Verdes
If the summer sunshine gets a bit too much for you, take shelter at Cueva de los Verdes in Haría in the north of the island. This network of caves is the result of the Corona Volcano erupting and features at least 16 different volcano openings, spread out amongst six miles of underground passageways. In total, the underground caves stretch on for more than 6km from the cone of the volcano down to the sea, but the Cueva de los Verdes through which tours are held is only 1km long and takes one hour to walk down.
During the tour you'll see impressive colour ranges which cover the walls and vaults of the caves. The reds are caused by the oxidisation of the basalts' iron content and the ochre shades are caused by the reflections of light on salt, resulting from the water seeping in from the surface. Cueva de los Verdes is open daily 10am to 6pm and tours are held several times each day in various languages, including English.
Atlantis Diving Lanzarote
Make the most of the warm sea temperatures and go diving during your holiday in Lanzarote in June. Atlantis Diving Lanzarote is based in Puerto del Carmen and offers beginner, intermediate, advanced, professional and specialist diving courses. Diving sites are located all along the coast, including at Playa Blanca, Puerto del Carmen, Mala and Arrecife, as well as the nearby islands of Lobos and La Graciosa.
Visibility around the islands is usually 10-30m and you'll have the chance to see angel sharks, barracudas, moray eels, bream, cuttlefish, seahorses, wrasse, butterfly rays, groupers, jacks, sardines, octopus and damselfish. Even if you don't spot loads of underwater wildlife, you'll definitely get to see the unique underwater Canarian landscape, with cliffs dipping 200m underwater and rocky shelves in between the islands.