What’s the weather like in the Canary Islands in June?
Found in the Atlantic Ocean, the Canary Islands are a fantastic destination for year-round sun. The weather can be a little different from island to island, but the region has a subtropical climate which brings warm weather to the Canaries all year. It’s getting close to the peak of summer in June, and temperatures can soar across the islands. It’s still a bit cooler than in July and August, though, so visit in June for slightly more comfortable weather and fewer crowds.
On Lanzarote, the average temperature in June is 23ºC, reaching highs of 26ºC and lows of 19ºC. Over on Tenerife, the average temperature’s a couple of degrees cooler, while Gran Canaria is in between the two. Wet weather’s almost nonexistent across the islands at this time of year, while there are around ten hours of sunshine each day in Lanzarote and Tenerife, and nine in Gran Canaria. If you want to go for a dip in the sea, the Atlantic waters are a pleasant 21ºC this month.