June Weather Averages for Murcia

Weather lowdown

Located in the south east of Spain, Murcia has something to offer every traveller. From the historic cathedral city, also called Murcia, to the coastal towns of Águilas and Puerto de Mazarrón, the region is small but rich in variety.

June is when summer begins in Murcia and tourists start to flock to the area to enjoy the beautiful weather. Murcia is often said to have some of the best weather in the world!

Typical June days are sunny...

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  • Temperature Temperature 24°C 75°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 30°C 86°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 18°C 64°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 20 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 3 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 71°F

June Daily Averages for Murcia

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Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
°C 20 20 22 23 23 24 22 24 22 23 25 27 26 26 24 25 24 24 23 23 25 24 26 23 23 24 27 24 25 24
°F 68 68 72 73 73 75 72 75 72 73 77 81 79 79 75 77 75 75 73 73 77 75 79 73 73 75 81 75 77 75

Weather lowdown

Located in the south east of Spain, Murcia has something to offer every traveller. From the historic cathedral city, also called Murcia, to the coastal towns of Águilas and Puerto de Mazarrón, the region is small but rich in variety.

June is when summer begins in Murcia and tourists start to flock to the area to enjoy the beautiful weather. Murcia is often said to have some of the best weather in the world!

Typical June days are sunny and dry but not too hot compared to July and August. The average daily temperature rises to 24°C with highs reaching a scorching 30°C on some days. However, since the Mediterranean Sea is nearby, many areas of Murcia enjoy a cool coastal breeze that will make these high temperatures seem much more pleasant. As well as this, Murcia has low humidity, so the heat won't feel too stifling. Holiday makers should always remember to wear a high factor sunscreen to avoid getting burnt though. The lowest temperature that visitors to Murcia will experience in June is around 18°C, which is still relatively warm.

Murcia sees around an average of 10 hours of sunlight a day in June which means that the month has the most sunshine of the year. For this reason, it is a wonderful time for taking advantage of Murcia's beautiful golf courses and other outdoor attractions.

June begins an especially dry time for the area too. There is an average of only 20mm of rain in June with just 3 wet days throughout the month. This means that there's only an 11% chance of a rainy day.

In June, the average sea temperature has risen significantly from May to 22°C. This is perfect for swimming and enjoying some of Murcia's most popular water sports which include wind surfing and sailing.

If you're looking for great summer weather that isn't too hot, June is the perfect time to visit Murcia.

Take a look at the 14 day weather forcast for Murcia. 

Calblanque Beach, Murcia. Photo by I HQ

Where to stay

Murcia has a huge range of options when it comes to accommodation, offering visitors both budget and luxury choices all over the region.

Hotel Nelva is located in Murcia city, just 15 minutes' walk from the historical centre and Murcia cathedral. The hotel is set in lush gardens and has contemporary and stylish rooms as well as a restaurant. One of the hotel's best features is a large outdoor pool, which guests will definitely appreciate in June.

Many visitors to Murcia in June decide to stay by the coast where the weather is slightly cooler and there's easy access to the beaches. The Hotel Neptuno is located on the Mar Menor coast, just steps from the golden beach. Guests can enjoy dinner in the hotel's restaurant with a terrace overlooking the sea.

The InterContinental Mar Menor Golf Resort and Spa is perfect for a rejuvenating holiday in Murcia. Travellers can relax in the spa, hot tub or large outdoor pool or they can spend the day out on the green - the hotel is set within an 18-hole golf course. Rooms here are spacious, stylish and comfortable.

Things to do

With such wonderful weather in June, holiday makers will want to spend most of their time outdoors. Luckily, Murcia has plenty of outdoor attractions. When you're not sunbathing or frolicking in the sea, why not try some water sports? Book a boat trip with Aqua Adicta and explore the shallow waters of the Mar Menor.

June is absolutely the time of year tourists should visit Murcia if they are jazz lovers. The San Javier International Jazz Festival is held during this month. Almost every night of the month of June, different artists from all over the world and from many different musical genres visit Murcia's stages in order to celebrate jazz music.

A one-of-a-kind fiesta also takes place during June. It's called the Baby-Jumping Calacho Festival. The main attraction of this festival is when babies are laid upon blankets in the street and men ceremoniously jump over them, which is supposed to signify blessing and drawing out evil spirits. A unique sight for visitors to witness!

Mar Menor beach with rocky outcrops, Murcia. Photo by maxbrotto

Hit the beach

With sunshine, balmy temperatures and sea that's warm enough for swimming, June is the perfect time to take advantage of Murcia's fabulous beaches. Visitors to Murcia are spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a beach.

One of the most popular beach resorts in La Manga, a unique strip of land that splits the Mediterranean Sea from the Mar Menor, the largest lagoon in Europe. As it is so narrow, the resort has beautiful beaches on both sides with soft white sands, rocky outcrops and marinas.

For a quieter experience, head south to Calblanque beach which is located inside a nature reserve. You won't find any facilities at this remote beach but the scenery is stunning and the area is much more serene that some of the more touristy resorts.

Eating and drinking

Holiday makers can find just about every type of cuisine in Murcia, from traditional Spanish fare to international food.

Los Zagales is located in Murcia city centre just a stone's throw from Murcia's famous cathedral. The rustic restaurant and bar is popular with both locals and tourists thanks to its authentic and inexpensive tapas dishes.

In the resort of Los Alcázares, Restaurante Bacchus is owned by a Swedish couple and serves a great selection of tasty European dishes and steaks. The restaurant is located away from the main beach area but visitors will be glad they made the journey.

For a more casual dining experience, the town of Cartagena has a vibrant indoor food market known as Mercado be Santa Florentina that's a haven for food lovers. Tourists can buy traditional Spanish ingredients and foodstuffs that are perfect for cooking a meal back at the apartment or making a picnic to take to the beach.

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