What’s the weather like in Cala Bona in October?
Located on the northeast coast of Majorca, Cala Bona is a lovely fishing village and holiday resort in the popular Balearic Islands. It has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and mild winters to the region, with temperatures cooling down as October goes on. This is the wettest month of the year here, but showers shouldn’t affect your holiday much, and there’s still seven hours of sunshine each day at this time. If you want to explore the local area or avoid the crowds of summer, this is a great time to visit Cala Bona.
In October the average temperature in Cala Bona is 19°C, rising to a high of 24°C in the middle of the afternoon. After the sun goes down, the average low dips to 13°C, so you might need some warmer layers if you’re exploring the local bars and restaurants in the evenings. Just over 60mm of rain’s forecast in October, which is spread across 12 days, so any showers should be short and light. If you want to go for a dip in the sea, the Balearic waters are an inviting 22°C this month, great for swimming, snorkelling and water sports.