What’s the weather like in the Balearic Islands in August?
Summer months in the Balearic Islands are simply beautiful. Whether you’re heading to Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca or Formentera, you’re almost guaranteed endless sunshine and extremely high temperatures when you visit the Balearic Islands in August.
Balearic Islands weather in August is influenced by its location in the heart of the Mediterranean. The islands are an archipelago off eastern Spain and famous for their pristine beaches, prehistoric ruins and jagged mountainous landscapes.
The Balearic Islands experience great weather all year round with August being the hottest month of the year. During peak times, the temperature can soar up to 32°C and night time lows of 23°C. When you visit the Balearic Islands in August, you’ll have 13 long hours of sunshine to enjoy each day. This is rarely interrupted by rain clouds, but if it does rain during your stay, it’ll only be for a short time. The average rainfall in August is just 16mm with 66% humidity and cooling trade winds of up to 6 mph.