What’s the weather like in Sa Coma in July?
Located on the east coast of Majorca in the Balearic Islands, Sa Coma has a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers to the charming beach resort. It’s the peak season in July, which is a popular month to visit for the clear blue skies and high temperatures. This is the perfect time to go on holiday to Sa Coma if you want one that’s packed full of long days at the beach or by the pool.
Sa Coma has an average temperature of 25ºC in July, rising to a hot 31ºC in the peak of the afternoon. With this heat and 12 hours of sunshine each day, you’ll need to regularly apply plenty of high factor sun cream. If you want to go for a dip in the sea, the clear Balearic waters are a lovely 24ºC this month, perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Temperatures are pleasant after dark too, when the average low cools to 18ºC, which is ideal for exploring the resort in the evening. As for rain, July’s a dry month in Sa Coma, and less than 10mm of wet weather’s expected over four days.