What’s the weather like in Majorca in August?
Sitting off the east coast of Spain, Majorca’s one of the country’s Balearic Islands. August’s the hottest month of the year and you can look forward to soaring temperatures and not much rain if you’re going at this time. Majorca’s the largest of the Balearics and is quite mountainous, meaning there’s different weather around the island. If you’re staying in the south east you’ll get the best protection from north westerly winds and the warmest and driest weather. The sea and local embat wind will help to keep you cool, especially on the coast.
The normal high in Majorca is 30ºC in August, an ideal temperature for relaxing on the beach or by the pool. Things stay nice and warm in the evenings, which cool to 20ºC. The sea temperature’s 26º making it great for swimming, while humidity’s moderate. There’s 22mm of rain over two days, and you can expect 14 hours of daylight with ten hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so don’t forget to take your sun cream. The sun goes down at 9pm at the start of the month, making it ideal for having dinner with a sunset view.