What’s the weather like in Alcudia in February?
Alcudia weather in February hasn’t changed much since the start of winter, but there is one extra hour of sunlight each day and slightly warmer temperatures at night. Rain isn’t a problem either and you won’t see many showers during your stay.
You’ll find Alcudia on Majorca’s northeast coast. It’s home to a contemporary side and a historical old town, where you’ll find ancient buildings, medieval walls and Gothic churches. The Mediterranean climate is generally pleasant and although it isn’t very hot, temperatures are mild and enjoyable. For slightly warmer weather, visit Alcudia towards the end of the month when things have warmed up in preparation for spring.
You’ll have ten hours of bright sunshine per day with 13mph winds near the coast. It’s slightly less humid than last month with levels lowering to 71%. The average temperature at midday is 16°C that lowers in the evening. You’ll need to take a jacket out with you at night when it’s much colder and winds tend to pick up. There’s 37mm of rain spread over 12 rainy days of the month and the sea is too cold for swimming at just 15°C.