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Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

Basking Time: The Weather In Gran Canaria In June

The weather in Gran Canaria in June is hot and sunny The weather in Gran Canaria in June is hot and sunny www.photosgrancanaria.com

Summary of the weather in Gran Canaria in June.

With average daily temperatures reaching 25ºC and the lows at 20ºC June is hot in Gran Canaria. The sea gets to 21ºC; warm enough for everyone to walk straight in without those tiptoe moments.

On average Gran Canaria gets over nine hours of sunshine every day during June and there is no rain to speak of. Cloudy days are as rare as hen’s teeth.

You can still head up into the Cumbres in June as the sun isn’t at full power in the mountains. Take a hat and plenty of sunscreen though as the air is thin at the top and pale skin burns quickly. If you plan to walk go early and plan to finish before midday to avoid the heat of the day.

June is a great month to visit Las Palmas as the summer clouds haven’t settled yet and Canteras beach is at its best. We recommend a few hours of shopping and culture in the morning, followed by an afternoon on the beach.

Come to Gran Canaria in June and you are guaranteed to go back home with a tan.

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