What’s the weather like in Magaluf in September?
For many people it’s the perfect time to visit this amazing resort in Majorca. The Magaluf weather in September is cooler than the peak summer months, but it’s still warm and dry. The busy crowds have disappeared and relaxing on the quieter beaches in the hot temperatures is very enjoyable. The early autumn rains begin but rain clouds usually pass quickly.
Magaluf is on the south of Majorca, on the western edge of Palma Bay. Resorts in the south of this mountainous island tend to have a slightly cooler and wetter climate than the north. Lots of visitors love the cooler conditions and temperatures though, as well as the welcoming Mediterranean Sea breeze.
The weather in Magaluf in September is still a balmy 28°C on average so you’ll need plenty of sunblock, with average low temperatures of just 16°C. The seas around the resort in September remain as warm as in July and August at 25°C. That’s great for daily swimming and splashing in the Mediterranean. The sunshine averages 12 hours a day and rises at approximately 7.30am and sets at 8.15pm. Rainfall in September is higher than August, at 56mm, but umbrellas are not an essential item to pack.