What’s the weather like in Spain in June?
For lots of sunshine, warm temperatures and mild seas, a visit to Spain in June is a must. Although weather systems vary from the southern coasts to the mountain ranges and northern towns, the whole country has good weather in June, making this an ideal time to visit Spain for beaches, sightseeing tours and active holidays.
On the southern coast, Malaga has an average temperature of 22°C in the daytime, with highs of 27°C. In Madrid the average temperature is a slightly cooler 21°C, but with highs of 29°C it’s still a very warm place to be in June. Further north in San Sebastian, daytime temperatures hover around 18°C with highs of 22°C. As for rain, June is generally a very dry month in Spain with just 12mm of rainfall expected in Malaga and 30mm in Madrid. If you want to swim in the sea, the water’s a refreshing 20°C at this time of year.