What’s the weather like in the Balearic Islands in July?
Balearic Islands weather in July is simply beautiful and boasts unlimited sunshine each day with high temperatures and not much chance of rain.
The Balearic Islands are located just off eastern Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. Each of the islands offers something unique to its visitors. Ibiza is often considered to be “party central” and is perfect for group holidays and people looking for the best nightlife in the Mediterranean. If you’re looking for scenic views and stunning beaches, head to Majorca for its beautiful sandy bays and turquoise waters. No matter which island you choose to visit, you’re almost guaranteed excellent weather when you visit the Balearic Islands in July.
The average temperature from island to island may vary slightly but it tends to range around 31°C in July. When the sun goes down after ruling the sky for 14 hours, you’ll notice a temperature drop to around 15°C. Average rainfall in July is just 10mm, which means there’s a good chance you’ll not see any rain during your stay. 6 mph winds from the sea often bring refreshing breaks from the intense heat of the summer, but you can also jump in the sea to cool down during peak times.