What’s the weather like in Calella in June?
Calella is a picturesque fishing village and seaside resort along Spain’s Costa del Maresme. Found next to the popular Costa Brava, it has a Mediterranean climate which brings warm summers and mild winters to the region. In June, temperatures are nearly at their peak, and you can look forward to 12 hours of sunshine each day if you visit at this time. This is a great time to go on holiday to Calella if you like warm weather without it getting too hot, as it’s still a bit cooler than July and August.
The average temperature in Calella rises to 21ºC in June, with highs of 27ºC in the hottest part of the afternoon. Although temperatures soar during the day, evenings are still cool at this time of year, with an average low of 14ºC after dark. This means it might be a good idea to bring some warm layers with you. Around 50mm of rain’s predicted in June over the course of nine days, and while showers are relatively common, they’re light and short-lived. If you want to go for a swim in the sea, the Mediterranean waters are an inviting 21ºC this month.