What’s the weather like in Majorca in September?
Majorca, the largest of Spain’s Balearic islands, has warm weather in September. There’s different weather to be found around the island as it’s mountainous, although coastal areas get lots of sun and not much rain during September.
The mountains give Majorca’s south coast warmer and drier weather as they block north westerly winds and attract most of the rain. Things can get hot in September, but you’ll usually be kept comfortable by the local winds, which draw cooler air in from the sea. Breezes can be quite welcome in September, especially when hot winds blow in from Africa.
Get ready to spend long days at the beach or by the pool in your swimwear during September, as the average high temperature’s 27ºC. You probably won’t need to wear much more than shorts and a t-shirt in the evenings as things stay pleasant, although it’s worth bringing a warmer top just in case. The sea temperature’s a nice and warm 25ºC, while humidity’s low and ranges from over 50% to slightly over 90%. Average rainfall’s 52mm across five rainy days.
During June, on average there’s 12 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine. With long sunny days and high UV levels, make sure you pack plenty of sun cream for those lazy days at the beach.
Things to Do
The weather’s ideal for relaxing by the pool or on the beach in September, and there’s lots of great sandy stretches to choose from. Try the 10km-long Alcudia Beach and S’Illot’s beach with its calm waters. If the sun isn’t shining then head to Bellver Castle or La Seu Cathedral, or hit the bike and hiking trails at the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. If you’re interested in plants and birds there’s plenty to see, while Majorca has a great dining scene and several Michelin-starred restaurants. If you’re taking the kids then go to the Aqualand waterpark for some family fun.