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Balearic Islands

Avg weather in July
July
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    SUN
    13 Hrsper day
    RAIN
    8 mmper month
    HUMIDITY
    64 %avg
    WIND
    6 Mphavg
    Balearic Islands

    Balearic Islands weather July

    What’s the weather like in Balearic Islands in July?

    The Balearic Islands are beautiful no matter when you visit but if you want to enjoy the Mediterranean climate at its warmest, summer is the best time to travel. Balearic Islands weather in July is very hot with temperatures rising to the low-thirties on most days.

    Geographical influences

    You’ll find the Balearic Islands off eastern Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. The water is very calm and mild in July, making water sports such as windsurfing, snorkelling and scuba diving very popular on the island’s beach resorts. It’s usually very warm and sunny, so take plenty of sunscreen and drink lots of water. If you want to cool down, head to the local museum or art gallery to soak up some culture before heading back to the beach.

    Averages

    You’ll enjoy temperature highs of 31°C on the Balearic Islands in July with up to 14 hours of sunshine per day. The Mediterranean climate is at its peak in high season, which is perfect for soaking up the sun on the sandy bays or relaxing by the pool. There’s not much chance of rain with just 10mm spread throughout the month. Humidity levels rarely rise above 65% with 6mph sea breezes being more common near the coast.

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