What’s the weather like in Nerja in June?
The Spanish resort of Nerja on the Costa del Sol has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and short, mild winters. June is the start of the summer season, with hot temperatures and mild evenings making this the ideal beach holiday destination. Whether you’re relaxing on the beautiful sands, swimming in the warm Mediterranean waters or exploring the resort, Nerja is always a popular place to visit at this time of year.
Nerja has a warm daily average temperature of 22oC in June, with highs of 27oC in the peak of the day. Although temperatures are warm but not overly hot, you’ll still need to be careful in the sun by seeking shade and applying sun cream regularly. In the evenings, temperatures are a mild 18oC, so you may like to bring a few warmer layers for nights out. For days on the beach, Nerja experiences around 13 hours of sunshine each day in June, while the Mediterranean Sea is a warm yet refreshing 20oC. Just 10mm of rain is expected this month, with light, short showers on an average of five wet days.