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In this guide to Mallorca in June, find out what to expect if you are visiting the island on holiday. I will cover all the essential travel tips you need to know and a guide to the weather too. Plus find out details of transport options available when arriving on the island and key events in Mallorca in June.
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Weather in Mallorca in June
June signals the official start to the Summer in Mallorca with the island warming up, longer days and warmer evenings.
Just be warned though that the weather can still be a little unpredictable in June.
Early June can bring cooler temperatures over from May and it doesn’t usually get very hot until the mid-to-last week of the month.
June in Mallorca in 2022 was extremely hot. After temperamental weather in May 2023, it’s hard to predict what the weather will be like in June 2023, but do check out the weather forecast sources in this article here and also check out what the resorts in real-time by checking out the Mallorca webcams here.
The sunrise time in Mallorca in June is at around 6:20 am and the sun sets at around 9:20 pm.
The sea is also warming up gradually. It will still be cool until those really warm temperatures hit, but it will also be extremely refreshing on a hot day.
If you are visting Mallorca in June, make sure you familiarise yourself with the beach rules here.
Hotels in Mallorca in June
If you are planning a break in Mallorca in June, then this is the best Summer month to visit without the hotels being really busy with families visiting.
Bear in mind though that you may get some families taking advantage of a late half-term break from the UK in early June and many children in Europe (Spain included) start their Summer holidays in the last 10 days of June.
If staying in a hotel without children is important for you, then make sure you search for an adults-only hotel which you can do here.
Alternatively, book your package holiday with Jet2.com here and filter the search results by “adults-only” or “adults-luxe” stays.
You will also see, looking at prices in hotels in June, that it’s significantly cheaper to stay than booking a holiday in July or August.
So check out the rates, get yourself a deal and support the channel at the same time.
Getting around Mallorca in June
If you are arriving on the island in June, then you have plenty of options leaving the airport.
If you are travelling into Palma city centre, then check out this guide to using the EMT buses here.
Eating out in Restaurants in Mallorca in June
If you are looking to eat out in Mallorca’s fabulous restaurants in June, then I would really recommend booking a table for dinner, particularly at the weekends.
I’ve been surprised to see restaurants throughout the island to be extremely busy – even on a Monday night in May, so going into June, I do think it’s essential to book for dinner.
Sightseeing in Mallorca
June is still a great month for sightseeing in Mallorca, but it is getting busier and hotter. So my advice is to get out early in the morning to avoid the crowds.
As a reminder going into the Summer too, please follow my tips about pickpockets on the island. As peak season approaches, pickpockets will be out in force.
If you’re visiting Palma city, then check out my top tips for sightseeing here.
If you wish to visit some of my favourite beaches, then check out this article here about top beaches here in Mallorca.
And if you’re not yet a member of the Mallorca Under the Sun Facebook group, come on over and find out some more off-the-beaten-track locations for sightseeing.
Admin Ann has been making trips across the island by bus so search for “Ann Calverley” on the group, click on her name and you’ll see her posts.
Events in Mallorca in June
June is a great month for events in Mallorca. Here are some of the best.
23 June: Noche de San Juan or Midsummers Eve, Mallorca:
The night of the 23 June celebrates midsummer in Mallorca with events taking place around the island.
You will find people flocking to the beaches to light candles and little bonfires and the tradition is to jump over the fire and run into the sea at midnight.
There should also be a “nit de foc” and fire run in Parc de la Mar in Palma de Mallorca as part of the San Juan celebrations also held on the night of the 23 June.
So expect to see the demonis parading with fireworks and plenty of music. To get an idea of what a correfoc or fire run is like, check out this video here on Youtube.
24 June to 1 July Mallorca Tennis Championships
Considered a pre-Wimbledon warm-up for many, the Mallorca Tennis Championships are held in Santa Ponsa Country Club.
In previous years, the event has attracted some star players. If you are a tennis fan, then pick up tickets from just 25€.
29 June – Sant Pere Festival in Alcudia
In the week leading up to the San Pere festival in Alcudia on 29 June, the festivities will start to celebrate the Patron Saint Pere.
There will be music, traditional dance displays and tribute acts, sports, art events and a market, celebrating this patron saint.
The full calendar isn’t available. As soon as it’s published I’ll publish it here, so be sure to check back in a few week’s time!
Any other events I hear about, I’ll also publish them here too to help you get the most out of your holiday here on the island.