What’s the weather like in Cala Millor in May?
Cala Millor is a popular beach resort on the east coast of Majorca, with a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild, damp winters to the area. Things get warm in May as this Balearic Island begins to feel more like it’s summer than spring. The temperature jumps from April, and there are nine hours of sunshine each day this month. May is a great time to visit Cala Millor if you like fewer crowds and prefer the weather to be more comfortable than the hot summer peak.
In May, the average temperature in Cala Millor is 17ºC, with highs of 21ºC in the peak of the afternoon. It’s t-shirt weather during the day, but you’ll need some warmer clothes for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants, with temperatures dropping to an average low of 12ºC after dark. Less than 40mm of rain’s forecast over the course of eight days, with showers becoming less common as summer gets closer. If you want to go for a dip in the Mediterranean Sea, the water’s a refreshing 17ºC in May.