Valencia Weather June Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 22°C 72°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 27°C 81°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 23.6°C 74°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 22.7°C 73°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 22 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 7 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 21°C 70°F

    Valencia Weather for June 2023

    Whats the weather like in June in Valencia 

    Sitting on Spain's south eastern coast, the Costa del Azahar, the port city of Valencia is a popular destination thanks to its subtropical temperatures and Mediterranean climate. This means hot, dry summers and mild, cool winters.

    June is the beginning of summer in Valencia and the thriving tourism season begins. The temperatures raise to great heights, there is much more sunshine seen than at other times of the year and the rain is slowing down as the wet season begins to pass. These favourable weather conditions draw in holiday makers from all over the world.


     The average daily temperature in Valencia in June is a balmy 22°C, however this can rise on some days to an average high of 27°C with humidity, so make sure to wear sunscreen if you're visiting Valencia in June. Temperatures throughout the month cool down on an evening, but hardly ever drop below 17°C which is warm enough for sitting outside on a night. Visitors to the city in June should pack light layers.

    Sunshine Hours 

    Sunshine is almost guaranteed in Valencia in June. There is an average of 12 hours of sun every day of the month which means that days are long and bright. There's a 60% chance of a sunny day in June and only a 3% chance of clouds, so expect to see clear blue skies. Higher temperatures and sunshine are perfect conditions to visit Valencia's beaches. While there, holiday makers can swim comfortably in the sea as the water temperatures around the coast of Valencia soar to 21°C in June.

    Not much Rain  

    June is one of the driest months of the year in Valencia, falling just below July. There is an average rainfall of just 22mm throughout the month and only a 16% chance of precipitation.

    The month of June is a great time to visit Valencia if you're looking for guaranteed good weather. However, tourists tend to flock to Valencia from the middle of June onwards, so if you want to avoid the crowds, arrive in Valencia towards the beginning of the month.

    Valencia Hotels for June

    Valencia has a huge choice of hotels located in and around the city centre. However, in June, visitors may want to stay closer to the coast for easy beach access. Hotel Gabbana Beach is located next to Valencia's Las Arenas Beach and Valencia Harbour. The designer hotel provides themed rooms that are stylish and contemporary, with facilities such as spa baths, free Wi-Fi and sea views from some rooms. Valencia city centre is just a short bus ride away.

    Silken Puetrat Valencia Hotel 

    For the best of both worlds, The Silken Puerta Valencia Hotel is located in between Valencia City and the beach. The City of Art and Science is just a 15 minute walk away. The hotel has a great restaurant on site, The Puerta Valencia Restaurant, which serves a range of delicious Mediterranean cuisine.

    Valencia Beaches for June

    June provides the kind of weather that will make you want to head to the beach and stay there, with perfect, sunny days and an inviting sea temperature to take a swim whenever you fancy. Valencia is also home to a range of water sports for you to enjoy if you want a more active holiday.

    One of the most popular beaches in Valencia is Las Arenas beach, or El Cabanyal. This urban Blue Flag beach is extremely popular during the summer season, both with locals and tourists but at 1.2 kilometres long and 135 metres wide, the beach never feels too crowded. The beach is backed by a promenade and a traditional restaurant area.

    Bars and Restaurants

    You can find just about every kind of cuisine in Valencia, from modern fusion food to traditional Valencian fare. Valencia is the home of paella, which was invented in the area, so this dish is a must-try when eating out in the city.

    Pilsner Restaurant is a fine dining establishment that's centrally located on the Paseo de la Alameda. The restaurant serves Spanish and Mediterranean-style food as well as fresh fish dishes. Their huge seafood paellas are great to share with family and friends.

    For a unique dining experience, head to A Contracorriente gastro bar and restaurant. The dishes here are a perfect mix of Spanish and Asian cuisine for a creative menu that offers diners something a little different. A Contracorriente can be found just a short walk from the Plaza del Real in the centre of Valencia.

    Finally, meat lovers should definitely try Gordon 10, an Argentinian grill restaurant which is renowned for its superb steaks. With a great selection of beers and wine as well as an outdoor seating area, Gordon 10 is a great place to enjoy an evening in Valencia.

    Things to do in Valencia in June

    While the weather in June makes it tempting to spend all day on the beach, the city of Valencia has much more to offer. Take a look at the weather forecast to help decide how to spend your time in Valencia.

    Festival Nits al Castell de Xàtiva (Festival of the Performing Arts) occurs in June at Xàtiva Castle, just outside of Valencia. Visitors can enjoy live music and dancing going on throughout the festival.

    Fiesta de San Juan is one of Valencia's major events taking place it June. It celebrates Summer Solstice and street parties, music, dancing, and partying into the night are all part of the traditional festivities for this event. Join the locals for an evening of fun if you're in Valencia at the time.

    For those traveling with children, Valencia has many amazing attractions that kids and adults alike will love. Bioparc Valencia is a zoo which is home to a large collection of African wildlife including lions, giraffes and hippopotamus. The zoo covers 100,000 square metres so you can spend a whole day here.

    Another must-see attraction is Valencia's futuristic City of Arts and Sciences. The cultural entertainment and learning centre is home to beautiful open spaces, museums and amazing architecture designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela. Tourists can visit the Oceanogràfic or the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum.

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