What’s the weather like in Magaluf in July?
Sitting on the south coast of the Spanish island of Majorca, Magaluf has a Mediterranean climate typical of its location in the Balearics. With warm, dry summers, the resort has the perfect weather for relaxing on the beach or enjoying water sports in the clear blue seas. In July the temperatures are at their hottest, but Magaluf’s position on the south of the island also brings cooling breezes which make exploring the local sights nice and comfortable.
July temperatures in Magaluf are, on average, a warm 24°C during the day. With highs of 29°C and 13 hours of sunshine, there’s plenty of opportunity to make the most of the golden beaches. Make sure you reapply the sunscreen after dipping in the Mediterranean Sea though, which measures a warm 25°C at this time of year. With average lows of 18°C in the evenings, the mild temperatures are perfect for enjoying the buzzing nightlife, or sipping cocktails on the outdoor terraces.