What’s the weather like in Menorca in July?
Lying in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, the Spanish island of Menorca has a typical Mediterranean climate. It has long hot summers, short mild winters, and around 300 days of sunshine a year. As the most northern of the Balearics, Menorca is slightly cooler than its neighbouring islands, with cool breezes ensuring you don’t overheat on the beach. In July, you’ll be greeted by clear blue skies, hot temperatures and very little rain.
In July the temperature in Menorca increases as the month goes on. At the start of the month there are average daytime temperatures of 23°C and highs of around 27°C, rising by 2°C by the end of the month. No matter when you visit, the island’s temperatures are perfect for relaxing on the beach. Don’t forget to apply lots of sun cream though, as the sea breeze will make it feel cooler. With lows of 20°C at night the evenings are pleasantly warm, while the sea’s a balmy 24°C. Just 7mm of rain is expected this month, making Menorca an ideal summer holiday destination.