What’s the weather like in Fuengirola in June?
Located near Malaga on the Costa del Sol, Fuengirola has a Mediterranean climate with long hot summers and short cool winters. June marks the beginning of summer in Fuengirola, with warm but not overly hot temperatures and plenty of sunshine. Just like the rest of the Costa del Sol at this time of year, wet weather’s very rare with just the occasional short-lived shower.
In June, Fuengirola has warm average daily temperature of 22oC, gradually rising as the month goes on. In the afternoons temperatures rise to around 27oC, making this the perfect time of year to relax on the beach or explore the local sights. If you love swimming or snorkelling in the sea, the Mediterranean waters are a mild and refreshing 20oC in June. After dark, temperatures dip to an average low of 17oC, so you may need a light cardigan or jacket for evenings out.