What’s the weather like in Cala Bona in April?
Cala Bona is a pretty fishing village on the northeast coast of Majorca. As part of Spain’s Balearic Islands, it has a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild, damp winters to the popular seaside resort. Things start to get quite warm in April as spring takes hold, and you can look forward to nine hours of daily sunshine if you visit at this time of year. Although it can be warm enough to relax on the beach in April, this is a good month to visit Cala Bona if you want to explore the local area and go sightseeing in other parts of Majorca away from the crowds.
The average temperature in Cala Bona is 14ºC in April, reaching highs of a lovely 20ºC in the peak of the afternoon. As well as some summery clothes for the daytimes, you’ll need plenty of warmer things for evenings out, as temperatures drop to 8ºC after sunset. Around 40mm of rain’s expected during April, spread across 11 wet days. If you want to take a dip in the Mediterranean Sea, the water measures a cool 16ºC at this time of year.