What’s the weather like in Majorca in June?
As one of the Balearic Islands, Majorca has a warm and dry climate in June. The island’s mountains mean that each area may vary slightly, but you’ll definitely be relaxing in the sun on the coast.
Winds from the northwest of Majorca mean the southern regions are usually warmer and drier. You’ll always get a relaxing and cool breeze while you unwind on the coast, thanks to the local wind that draws cool air in from the sea.
The average high for June reaches 27ºC while humidity’s at its lowest. The sea temperature’s a fantastic 21ºC which makes it perfect for swimming. Rainfall in June’s a mere 11mm across two rainy days as the sun’s shining the most in June. You can expect almost 15 hours of daylight towards the end of the month, usually with ten hours of sunshine at a high UV level, so pack your sun cream. In the evening, the sun won’t set until after 9pm with temperatures still at 16ºC, so it’s perfect for dinner with sunset views.
Things to Do
Hot weather and long days means Majorca’s perfect in June for you to chill out in the sun by the pool or on the beach. Head to Alcudia Beach with its sweeping golden sands, which has plenty of water sports to try if you’re feeling adventurous. If you’re going sightseeing then visit La Seu cathedral, Bellver Castle or try hiking in the Serra de Tramauntana mountains.