What’s the weather like in the Balearic Islands in April?
The Balearic Islands sit in the Mediterranean Sea, off the east coast of Spain, and are made up of Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca. It’s one of Europe’s best-loved destinations for relaxing beach breaks and buzzing nightlife and has typical Mediterranean weather with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. It’s spring across the islands in April, and temperatures are rising as the month goes on. The occasional shower is possible, but you can expect plenty of warm and sunny weather if you visit the Balearic Islands at this time.
Average temperatures hover around the mid-teens across the Balearic Islands in April. In Ibiza and Majorca, highs reach 19ºC, while Menorca is slightly cooler at 18ºC. Things can get cool in the evenings wherever you go at this time of year, so make sure you pack some warmer layers for evenings out. Ibiza and Majorca both see less than 40mm of rain in April, while there’s around 45mm predicted in Menorca. If you want to go swimming in the sea, the Mediterranean waters are 16ºC this month.