What’s the weather like in Funchal in June?
Funchal is the capital of the Portuguese island of Madeira, and sits along its picturesque south coast. In the Atlantic Ocean, north of the Canary Islands, it has a Mediterranean-style climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Temperatures continue to rise in June as Funchal gets into the swing of summer, and there’s hardly any rain at this time of year. This is a great time to visit if you want to avoid the slightly hotter weather and busier crowds of the peak months.
In June, the average temperature in Funchal is 21ºC, and with highs of 23ºC, it’s lovely weather for relaxing on the beach without things getting too hot. Make sure you pack plenty of sun cream as the sun gets very hot in the peak of the day. Temperatures stay nice and warm after dark, and with an average low of 18ºC, you should be comfortable wearing a t-shirt on evenings out. Less than 20mm of rain’s expected in June, while the Atlantic Ocean warms up to 21ºC this month.