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Sa Coma

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    Sa Coma weather August

    What's the weather like in Sa Coma in August?

    Sa Coma is a picturesque beach town on the east coast of Majorca. Located in the popular Balearic Islands, it has a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild winters to the resort. August’s the hottest month of the year in Sa Coma, which makes this a popular time for relaxing sunny getaways. Spend your days lounging around on the beach or by the pool, or head out on a boat trip around the coast before you spend the evenings exploring the bars and restaurants.


    In August the average temperature in Sa Coma reaches 26ºC. With highs of 32ºC and strong UV levels, you should check the whole family’s well protected with plenty of high factor sun cream. Just 20mm of rain’s expected this month, and once the sun sets the average low dips to 19ºC, so it’s still t-shirt weather at night. If you want to go swimming or snorkelling in the sea, the Balearic water’s a warm 26ºC this month, which is their highest annual temperature.

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