What’s the weather like in Cala’n Forcat in July?
If you’re looking for a beautiful resort in the sunny Balearic Islands this summer, then Majorca’s Cala’n Forcat could be perfect for you. The Cala’n Forcat weather in July makes it the hottest and driest time of the year, with bags of sunshine and warm temperatures in the Mediterranean Sea. Families, couples and groups love exploring the beaches, streets, markets and coastal paths of Cala’n Forcat at this time.
Cala’n Forcat is located on the far west coastline of Menorca, which is the most northern of the Balearic Islands off Spain. Its location means it can be affected by the eight local winds that sometimes reach Menorca. These winds come from different directions and are caused by weather conditions in southern Europe. They’re usually very welcoming in the heat of July, though.
The weather in Cala’n Forcat in July is very warm, with an average temperature of 31°C. The heat drops to around 20°C in late evening and at night. Even the coldest days shouldn’t go below this. Glorious sunshine bakes Cala’n Forcat for most of the month, with around 14 hours of sunshine each day and the sun not setting until 9.15pm for large chunks of July. The sea temperature reaches a balmy 23°C and is the perfect place to get refreshed from the heat. Rainfall is low at around 10mm, but often July sees no rainfall at all in Cala’n Forcat. Take care in the sun as obviously UV levels are at their peak.