Mallorca in June: Weather and Best Things to Do (2024)

Considering a sunny vacation to Mallorca in June and wondering if the weather is too hot or worried that the island might be too crowded? We’re unpacking everything you need to know!

After traveling to Spain 6 times and finally visiting the sunny Spanish island, Caleb and I can personally say that Mallorca is a place very worth visiting. We loved exploring the diverse landscape of the mountains and beaches and eating all the amazing food! So, is June the best time to visit Mallorca? If you’re a couple that is after warm weather and lazy beach days, then we say absolutely yes!

In this post, we’ll break down everything you need to know for a June vacation – weather, activities, and even some packing tips. And hey, if reading’s not your thing, I’ve got a video that covers all the must-knows.

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From the author: I have personally visited the lovely island of Mallorca, and been to Spain 6+ times during all 4 seasons, so I know a thing or two about June! If you have any questions, please leave a comment and I will respond right away!

Pros and Cons of Visiting Mallorca in June


June is a fantastic time to experience Mallorca at its best. First off, the weather is just kinda epic. There is no other way to describe it. You’re looking at long, sunny days with temperatures that are warm but not scorching—ideal for beach lounging or exploring the island’s towns on foot which might mean you don’t need a car to see the best things.

The seawater has warmed up, making it perfect for all kinds of water activities, from snorkeling to paddleboarding.

Plus, the island is in full swing but not yet at its peak tourist season, so you get a lively atmosphere without the overwhelming crowds. Restaurants, bars, and attractions are all open, and there’s a buzz in the air as the island gears up for its high season!


While June is mostly fabulous in Mallorca, there are a few downsides to consider. For starters, prices for flights and accommodations start to climb as you edge closer to the high season. If you’re a couple on a budget, this could be a concern, and you may want a cheaper month like October in Mallorca. This is also the month when water starts to become a little funky tasting and you may not want to drink the tap water.

Also, while it’s not as crowded as visiting in July or exploring the island in August, popular spots like Palma or Santa Ponsa do start to get busier. These are some of the best areas to stay in Mallorca without a car so you may be trapped with lots of tourists, especially on weekends.

Lastly, the heat starts to pick up towards the end of the month. If you’re not a fan of warmer climates, the rising temperatures might be a bit much for you and you may want to consider visiting in April or checking out May instead.

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Mallorca Weather in June

The weather in Majorca in June is when summer really kicks in, offering a blend of warm temperatures and lots of sunshine. You can expect around 10-13 hours of sunlight per day, making it perfect for beach outings and outdoor activities. Cloud cover is minimal, with clear skies dominating about 70% of the time.

As for rain, June is one of the driest months, with precipitation chances dropping to around 10%. It’s rare to have a rainy day spoil your plans as Majorca weather June is sunny and lovely!

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The temperature in Mallorca in June

Majorca temperature June is all about warm sunny days! According to Weather Spark, you can expect daily highs of around 80°F (27°C) at the hottest part of the day, making it ideal for sunbathing, swimming, or just lounging by the pool. As the sun sets, the evenings remain pleasantly warm, with temperatures generally hovering around 65°F (18°C). It’s the kind of weather that invites you to do something romantic like watch the beautiful sunset with a glass of wine!

Things to Do in Mallorca in June

Aside from the festivals, which we will cover in a second, there are some pretty great things to do in Mallorca in June:

  • Beach Hopping: June is the perfect time to explore Mallorca’s stunning beaches. From the secluded coves of Cala Deia to the white sand of Es Trenc, there are so many beaches to explore during your itinerary in Mallorca.
  • Sailing Adventures: Take advantage of the calm, warm waters by booking a sailing trip! A catamaran cruise was one of the highlights of Caleb and I’s vacation to Mallorca which we did not expect! Wine on the Mediterranean? YES PLEASE! That has to be on your bucket list when visiting Mallorca!
  • Wine Tasting: Speaking of wine, the vineyards are in full bloom and the weather is just right for a day of wine tasting, a super romantic thing to do for couples in Mallorca! Visit local wineries like Bodega Ribas or Macià Batle for a taste of Mallorca’s finest. I was really surprised at how much I liked the white wine on the island!

If you plan to rent a car, make sure to do so in advance. We booked through Discover Cars and it was a great experience!

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Holidays and Events in June 2024

This month is jam-packed with local festivities that’ll give you a taste of the island’s vibrant culture. Here are some of the must-experience events:

The Night of Fire (Nit del Foc) also Called Sant Joan: This is one of the biggest festivals that takes place in Mallorca! The island celebrates Saint John the Baptist and bonfires blaze on beaches and in town squares, where folks gather for picnics of traditional food and drinks. At midnight, it’s time for rituals—toss old items into the fire or take a cleansing dip in the sea.

Mark your calendars for June 23, 2024!


Look for the traditional sweet, ‘Coca de Sant Joan’, a festive cake made of sweet pastry and candied fruits, marzipan, or cream.

Festival de Sant Pere: Celebrate the patron saint of Port d’Alcudia and other villages around June 29. The week is jam-packed with concerts, kids’ activities, and more.

WTA Mallorca Open Tennis Tournament: In June you can catch some of the world’s best female players in action. This runs from June 22-June 29, 2024 and you can get details here.

Deia’s International Music Festival: Throughout June, catch concerts at the 19th-century mansion of Son Marroig. With sea views as your backdrop, it’s a beautiful and romantic musical experience if you two love classical music! We’ll get dates when we can!

Mallorca Live Festival: Another one for the music junkies. From indie to rock, this festival has it all. Past performers have included big names like Placebo and The Prodigy.

The confirmed dates are June 13-15 2024 and you can get details here.

Hotels get booked really quickly, especially around festivals and the summer! So you want to book in advance! As Palma is a great base, here are our top picks for accommodation near Palma:

For a mid-budget accommodation (our go-to) we suggest this Airbnb as it’s centrally located in the center of Palma, walkable to basically all the sites, and is a traditional, Mallorcan-style apartment with a beautiful balcony! We loved it here but it’s not the cheapest or most luxurious option!

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Budget: If you’re looking to save a buck, it’s a bit hard in Mallorca! However, we recommend MHOUSE Boutique Hotel Palma. It’s located in the heart of the city right by the antique train station for a winning location, and even has the option to have breakfast included!

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Luxury: want to treat yourself? We recommend the Puro Grand Hotel! The place oozes romance and class with its Arabic-inspired design and charming courtyard (I mean, just look at it!) The location is central and amazing too!

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If none of those float your boat, or you want to stay outside of Palma, click here to check out other options around the island. You’ll also get hotel photos, reviews and info!

What to Wear In Mallorca in June

In June, Mallorca is all about that summer vibe, so think light and breezy when you’re packing. The island has a lot of sunny days, so don’t forget your sunglasses and a hat. A light, breathable shirt paired with shorts or a skirt is perfect for daytime exploring. And yes, you’ll definitely want to pack that swimsuit for beach days and boat trips. For evenings, a casual dress or a nice shirt with jeans works well, as some restaurants may have a dress code.

For Men: A pair of stylish yet comfortable sandals and a lightweight button-down shirt are must-haves.

For Women: A versatile summer dress that can go from day to night with a quick accessory change will serve you well.

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The beautiful sunset at Cala Santanyí

Packings Tips for Visting Mallorca in June

Here are some tips we recommend for packing for Mallorca in June:

  • Sun Protection: Mallorca June weather is sunny and hot, so pack a high-SPF sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat, and some UV-protective sunglasses. Both Caleb and I are obsessed with this Japanese sunscreen as it doesn’t have the greasy feel of American brands. We’ve worn it for literally years.
  • Footwear Matters: Sandals or flip-flops are great for the beach, but if you’re planning to explore, say, the Tramuntana Mountains which is one of the best places to see by car in Mallorca, you’ll want some sturdy walking shoes. It’s also illegal to drive in flip-flops so you will need these if you plan to rent a car and drive in Mallorca!
  •  Evening Attire: While the days are hot, the evenings are comfortably warm. A light shawl or cardigan is perfect for those sunset dinners.
  • Stay Connected: A Spanish SIM card can be a lifesaver for navigating and staying in touch. We highly recommend using World Sim as we’ve had great experiences when we personally used them!
  • Google Fi is Your Friend: If you haven’t tried Google Fi yet, do it. It’s invaluable for getting around the island.
  • Charge On-the-Go: A portable phone charger is a must, especially if you’re snapping pics and using maps all day.
  • Hydration is Key: A reusable water bottle is essential in the June heat.
  • Beach Bag: A lightweight beach bag can double as a day bag and is perfect for carrying your beach essentials.
  • Travel Adapter: Make sure to pack a travel adapter for your gadgets. You don’t want to be caught without power.


Is June a good month to go to Mallorca?

Absolutely, June is a fantastic time to visit Mallorca! The weather is warm but not scorching, perfect for beach days and outdoor activities. Plus, the island is buzzing with events and festivals. Just be prepared for some crowds as tourist season starts to ramp up.

Can I swim in June in Mallorca?

Yes, you can definitely swim in Mallorca in June! The sea temperatures are warm enough for a comfortable dip, averaging around 22°C (72°F). It’s a great month to enjoy the island’s beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. 

Is Mallorca rainy in June?

No, Mallorca is generally not rainy in June. It’s one of the driest months of the year, with an average of just 10mm of rainfall. You can expect plenty of sunshine and clear skies!

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Let’s Wrap This Up: Is Mallorca in June for you?

So, is June the time to jet off to Mallorca? If you’re all about sun, sea, and vibrant local events, then absolutely, Mallorca is worth visiting in June! June kicks off the summer season, offering warm temperatures and a ton of activities. It’s a fantastic month to make the most of the island’s beaches, outdoor adventures, and cultural festivals.

However, if you’re not a fan of crowds, Caleb and I would tell you to consider visiting in the shoulder seasons such as visiting in March or visiting in September.

Now that you know all about when to visit the island, you need to know how long to stay! Check out our guide on how many days to spend in Mallorca!

Have you ever visited Mallorca in June, or would you in the future? 

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