What’s the weather like in Majorca in July?
Majorca’s one of the Balearic Islands off the east coast of Spain, and is heading towards the peak of summer in July. This means you’ll get lots of sunny weather and hardly any rain if you’re going at this time. The largest of the Balearics, there’s different weather around Majorca because of its mountains. North westerly winds mean that you’ll be warmest and driest in the south. You’ll be kept cool by the sea and the local embat wind on the coast, which draws cooler air in from the sea and takes the edge of the heat.
The average high in Majorca is 29ºC in July, and things stay nice and warm in the evenings. As temperatures only drop to 19ºC at night you won’t need to bring many warm clothes. The sea temperature’s 25ºC, while humidity’s moderate. Average rainfall’s just 6mm over a single rainy day, and you can expect 15 hours of daylight with 11 hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so use sun cream. Sunset’s after 9pm, which is perfect for an al fresco dinner.