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Once June hits, the weather starts to feel like proper summer in Lanzarote: temperatures go up, the number of sunshine hours goes up, as well as the number of visitors. The only thing that usually goes down (and which is a good thing) is the number of rainy days. AWAY with the rain and IN with the sun!
The average temperature in June is 23°C, but during the daytime, it can get pretty hot. So pack a high factor UV protection cream or buy one on the island. Just don't skip this step when being exposed to the sunlight. You really don't want to get a sunburn while on holiday in Lanzarote.
Sunrise in June is at around 6:50 am and sunsets are at about 8:50 pm, so you're got more than 12 hours of daylight to enjoy all of Lanzarote's attractions.
If you're planning to have just a relaxing holiday, with chilling by the pool or on the beach, then you might want to wait for the second half of the month, when temperatures tend to go even further up.
With June here the trade winds will start making their presence felt, but on most days the wind speed will be lower than 20 km/h. On some days it can even go over 40km/h, but this shouldn't put you off from booking a June holiday to Lanzarote. The weather is nowadays difficult to predict, and you can have surprises at any time of the year.
The average high temperature in June in Lanzarote is around 26°C, while at night you can expect temperatures of around 17-18°C.
In Lanzarote, the daily mean temperature is 22.6°C (72.7°F) in June, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 26.3°C (79.3°F) and the average low of 18.8°C (65.8°F).
Record low & record high temperatures
The highest temperature ever recorded in Lanzarote in June (at Airport station) was 40.7°C and the lowest was 12.4°C.
Since the island is mostly flat, the temperatures stay pretty much the same across all major resorts in Lanzarote: Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise.
With so many daylight hours and temperatures usually above 25°C during the daytime, the month of June is perfect for sunbathing on the beach without feeling the need to hide from the sun after 10 minutes (like it happens to us during the summer months July & August).
We love summer in the Canaries and warm weather in general, and I know that for some folks there's no such thing as "too hot" or "too high temperatureas", but for myself anything over 30°C is hard to tolerate. Especially here in the Canary Islands, where the sun feels more powerful due to the location close to the Ecuator.
So June, with temperatures above 25°C but usually below 30°C, is like heaven for me and my partner.
Rain? In June in Lanzarote?
That's something very unusual and unlikely to happen during this month. So back your bikinis and sandals and leave the rain coat at home.
Lanzarote gets an average of 10 hours of sunshine per in June.
June, July and August are the months with the most sunshine hours on the island, so you'll have long days ahead of you to make the most of you Lanzarote trip.
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With an average of 20.7°C / 69.3°F, the sea is starting to warm up.
It might actually be warmer to swim in the sea in June than in most hotel pools (because probably none of the hotels or apartment complexes on the island will have the pools heated in June).
Atlantico Museum just off the coast in Playa Blanca
One of the most unique experiences in Lanzarote: go diving in the south of the island to see the Atlantico Museum - one of the of a kind installation in Europe. Plus, if you are coming from some other resort on the island, take the rest of the day to explore Playa Blanca and its beautiful beaches and nice restaurants.
The Green Lake in Lanzarote, the way many visitors describe El Golfo, is one of the must-see places in Lanzarote.
Sunsets here are great and June is one of those months when Lanzarote's sky is full of wonderful surprises. Go for a drive late afternoon to the village, enjoy a late lunch and then go to El Golfo after the tourist buses have left. Enjoy one of the best sunsets on the island and take a look around this place at a moment when you'll most likely have it to yourself.
13 - 14 June 2020
A sportive and gastronomic event, organized in La Geria, the famous wine region of Lanzarote.
After you participate in the race you can enjoy some of the wines produces in Lanzarote, or you can try some typical food products in the Canary Islands.
Message from the organizers about the 2020 edition:
Lanzarote WineRun brings you good news!
Our 2020 edition will be held, the beautiful landscape of Lanzarote is waiting for us. Still, it's too early to make sure we can do it on the scheduled date or if maybe we are forced to place a new date for later, on the occasion of Covid-19.
We are in contact with the competent authorities in this area and they will be the ones who assure us and confirm when it is possible to do so with the complete safety of all participants.
Noche de San Juan - Bonfire Night
23 June 2021
The Festival of San Juan is celebrated each year on the night of June 23rd. Usually people gather on the beach and light bonfires, and afterward, they enter the sea to wash their feet and their faces, sometimes jumping over the fire. It is a unique celebration and if you are in Lanzarote on June 23rd you should take a look at what is happening in the area where you are staying.
LANZAROTE WEATHER - MONTHLY REPORTS
The summer months are the windiest, due to the trade winds, so in June you can expect some wind and sometimes even a calima. But don't be afraid of the wind, since you will appreciate the breeze once you're on the beach and you'll need something to cool you off.
Lanzarote is usually warm in June and sometimes even hot. During the daytime you can expect temperatures around 26°C (78.8 F).