flag Los Gigantes, Average Weather June

  • High Temperature
  • Low Temperature
  • Sea Temperature
  • Temperature
  • Rainfall

    54 mm
  • Rainfall Days

    1 days
  • Sunshine Hours

    10 hours

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Los Gigantes

June daily averages for Los Gigantes

  • 1st
    19 66
  • 2nd
    19 66
  • 3rd
    20 68
  • 4th
    20 68
  • 5th
    19 66
  • 6th
    20 68
  • 7th
    20 68
  • 8th
    19 66
  • 9th
    20 68
  • 10th
    20 68
  • 11th
    19 66
  • 12th
    20 68
  • 13th
    20 68
  • 14th
    19 66
  • 15th
    20 68
  • 16th
    19 66
  • 17th
    20 68
  • 18th
    20 68
  • 19th
    20 68
  • 20th
    20 68
  • 21st
    20 68
  • 22nd
    21 70
  • 23rd
    21 70
  • 24th
    22 72
  • 25th
    22 72
  • 26th
    22 72
  • 27th
    21 70
  • 28th
    21 70
  • 29th
    21 70
  • 30th
    20 68

What's The Weather Like In Los Gigantes In June


Things really start to heat up in Los GigantesTenerife in June, when the summer season has well and truly begun. During this month, the average temperature for the resort is 22.5°C, created by highs of 26°C during the day and lows of 19°C after sunset. The highest temperature ever registered in Los Gigantes in June is 36°C, whilst the lowest temperature ever registered in the resort at this time of year is 16°C.

Temperatures usually get warmer as the month develops, making the final week in June the best time to visit Los Gigantes if you want to holiday in the resort when temperatures are at their highest.

However, whichever part of the month you decide to visit, you'll need to take beachwear and suntan lotion for during the daytime, plus some relatively warm clothing such as thin jumpers and cardigans to keep you comfortable on an evening. If you'd rather holiday in Los Gigantes when the resort is at its warmest, forget about June and plan your holiday for August or September instead, when temperatures are usually at their highest.


Across the month, Los Gigantes is subject to an average of 0mm/0 inches of rainfall which falls on one rainy day that's slightly less than the previous month. Since the resort usually doesn't experience any rain at all during this month, you can safely leave your umbrella and waterproof clothing at home where they belong.

The likelihood of rainfall making an appearance during June falls as the month develops and if you are unlucky enough to see some type of precipitation during your holiday in Los Gigantes in June, it will most likely be drizzle (occurs on 58% of days with rainfall), light rain (33%) or moderate rain (7%).

Sunshine Hours

Over the course of an average June, Los Gigantes boasts an average of 12 hours of sunshine each day that's one hour more every day than last month which, alongside an average relative humidity of 70% and warm temperatures, makes June a great month for those who love pleasantly warm temperatures and sunshine, but don't like excessive heat.

Sea Temperature

The average sea temperature for the waters which surround Los Gigantes in June is 22°C that's 2°C warmer than last month which is warm enough to go for a swim. If you find the sea a little too cool, there are plenty of heated and indoor swimming pools in Tenerife to choose from.


Strong winds hardly ever affect Los Gigantes. In June, the average daily wind speed is around 19 km/h that's the same as in May with the maximum sustained wind speed registered in recent times being 94 km/h.

Los Gigantes Hotels In June

The Harbour Club

The Harbour Club is a small resort made up of just 60 one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments found within the centre of Los Gigantes. Each apartment comes with a full kitchen, stylish bedroom(s) with double bed and roof terrace, balcony or patio with furniture. Within the resort you'll find a large swimming pool, children's swimming pool, Jacuzzi, pool bar, solarium, clubhouse, restaurant, WiFi access with charges and live entertainment some nights. A complimentary shuttle bus from the resort to the airport on the day you leave is also included in the price of your room.

Private Apartment

For something more secluded, try this privately-owned apartment in Los Gigantes. Situated on a quiet street with sea and cliff views, this apartment is just 500 metres away from the beach, making it perfect for families with young children. The apartment includes one bedroom with two twin beds, one complete bathroom, fully-equipped kitchen, lounge with sofa bed which can sleep two people and balcony with furniture. The apartment's complex features a heated swimming pool, kids' pool and sun loungers, with tennis courts, bars, restaurants, shops and supermarkets all nearby.

Bars And Restaurants

Paddy's Lounge Bar and Grill

For a taste of home during your holiday in Los Gigantes, pop into Paddy's Lounge Bar and Grill. This restaurant specialises in British pub grub-style food, with burgers, pies, battered fish, curries and pizzas all served in generous portions for very reasonable prices. The venue also offers regular entertainment in the form of live sporting events broadcast on TV and cabaret nights when Elvis and Neil Diamond tribute acts perform.

Grill Restaurant Estero

For something more sophisticated, try the Grill Restaurant Estero. Here visitors can choose to dine inside or outside where they can enjoy sea and cliff views. The restaurant features steakhouse classics, such as sirloin, T-bone and fillet steaks, pork chops, lamb chops and half chickens, as well as lighter pasta and seafood options. There is also a play area provided in the restaurant for small children who easily get bored.

Things To Do In Los Gigantes In June

Puerto Deportivo Los Gigantes

A trip to Los Gigantes isn't complete without a stroll around the marina. Known locally as Puerto Deportivo Los Gigantes, this marina sees everything from small fishing boats to superyachts, providing photographers with some great opportunities. Here you can indulge in some retail therapy, have a drink at the bars, dine in the restaurants or just feed the fish which live in the marina. Boat trips, water sports and other marine excursions can all be booked from kiosks around the marina, too.

El Laguillo

If the beach at Los Gigantes is too small for you, spend a few hours at El Laguillo instead. These manmade swimming pools are located overlooking the ocean and provide a much safer alternative to the sea if the waves are a bit rough. There is also a bar-restaurant onsite which serves breakfast, lunch and drinks throughout the day, plus toilet facilities. These pools are popular with locals, so if you want to visit when it's quiet, make sure you go during the week when the kids' are at school.

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