What’s the weather like in Ibiza in June?
Ibiza’s in the Balearic Sea, off the east coast of Spain and the north coast of Africa. This means it gets lovely Mediterranean weather that’s warming up towards the peak of summer in June.
Although it’s relatively flat, Ibiza’s well-sheltered thanks to its location close to Spain and North Africa. The highest point of the island, the southwestern Sa Talaiassa, gives a bit of extra protection to part of the south and east coast.
The average high in June’s 26ºC, and things stay nice and pleasant at night too. At 22ºC, the sea’s great for swimming. There’s plenty of sunny weather for you to soak up, and you can look forward to ten hours of sunshine from the 15 hours of daylight each day. Be careful in the sun as UV levels will be very high, so take sun cream, especially if you’re going to be enjoying long days at the beach. Sunset is around 9.20pm in June. Average rainfall’s just 12mm over four rainy days, while humidity’s also low.
Things to Do
As summer sets in, Ibiza’s ideal for going to the beach and chilling out in the sands. There’s lots to choose from including stunning white sand Cala Xarraca in the north and southwestern Cala Jondal. Head to Ibiza Town, the beach bars of Playa den Bossa just to the south, or soak up an epic sunset at northerly Cala Benirrás.