Majorca, like the whole Balearic archipelago, has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot and dry summers, with average maximum summer temperatures around 29 ° C, but the heat is attenuated by the breath of sea breezes, and from short and very mild winters, the average minimum winter temperatures do not drop below 8 ° C.
The rains are almost nonexistent during the summer months, while October and November are the rainiest months. On average about 450 mm of rain fall per year, but the rains are not a problem in this island with a mild and Mediterranean climate. The island has an annual average of only 53 rainy days, the wettest month is October which has an average of only 7 rainy days, the summer months have an average of less than 2 rainy days per month.
Sea water temperatures reach 25 ° C in August, but between June and October it is above 21 ° C making swimming in the sea pleasant in each of these months.
WHEN TO GO TO MAJORCA
All seasons are good for a trip to Majorca thanks to its mild and sunny climate. The best time for a trip to Majorca are the months of May to October, although the months of July and August are very crowded.
THE CLIMATE OF MAJORCA: CLIMATE TABLES
|PALMA DE MALLORCA (7 meters)|
|Month||Average minimum temperature (°C)||Average maximum temperature (°C)||Precip. (mm)||Precip. days|
|Month||Sea Water Temperature °C|