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Majorca Weather Forecast

Temperature, wind, rain and more for Majorca

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DayLocal TimeDirSpeed/
Gust
Temp/
Feels Like
HumidityPressureCloud AmountPrecip AmountWeather
Sat 20
Jul
19:00

ESE
ESE

9 / 11 mph 87 / 86°F 46% 1016 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 0%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: high
0%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
22:00

ESE
ESE

3 / 4 mph 79 / 83°F 69% 1017 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 0%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: high
0%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
Sun 21
Jul
01:00

N
N

1 / 3 mph 72 / 76°F 67% 1018 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 0%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: high
0%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
04:00

NE
NE

4 / 9 mph 71 / 71°F 69% 1017 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 0%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: high
0%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
07:00

ENE
ENE

6 / 9 mph 78 / 79°F 78% 1018 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 2%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: medium
1%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
10:00

E
E

10 / 12 mph 89 / 88°F 38% 1019 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 2%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: medium
2%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
13:00

ESE
ESE

12 / 14 mph 95 / 93°F 28% 1020 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 2%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: medium
2%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
16:00

SE
SE

13 / 15 mph 94 / 92°F 28% 1020 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 3%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: medium
2%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
19:00

SE
SE

7 / 8 mph 89 / 88°F 40% 1019 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 2%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: medium
2%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In
22:00

S
S

2 / 3 mph 77 / 79°F 62% 1020 mb
Low level cloud: 0%
Mid level cloud: 2%
High level cloud: 0%
Most Significant Cloud Type: medium
2%
Expect 0.00 In of precipitation over the next 3 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 6 hours.
Expect 0.00 In precipitation over the next 12 hours.
0.00 In

MAJORCA WEATHER, CLIMATE AND HOLIDAY INFORMATION

Majorca Weather and Climate

Majorca benefits from its location south of mainland Spain and North of Africa in the Mediterranean Sea. The island’s surrounding waters ensure that temperature extremes are avoided at any time. For an overview of the climate check out these climate profiles with monthly averages for Majorca. Central Majorca has a Mediterranean climate with clear, hot summers. The coast tends to be cloudy with moderate temperatures. Winters tend to be cold and cloudy, and especially cool along the coast. The terrain is described as a large, flat plateau surrounded by rugged hills, which gives way to varying climatic weather conditions, dependent on location.  With winds blowing from the Northwest, the Southeast tends to be warmer.

The summer months in Majorca (June to August), are generally very dry, due to the Mediterranean climate. Average temperatures range between lows of 8°C to highs of 32°C, with sea temperatures at a warming 25°C. In general August is the hottest time of the year to visit. Rainfall has been recorded at approximately 10-16 millimetres, with the average rain or drizzle falling on 4 days of the month. Sunshine throughout these months range between 12-13 hours per day. Night time temperatures rarely drop below  16°C, providing a comfortable evening.

Autumn is from October until November. It is warm and sunny but wet. October is still warm enough to relax on the beach with an average high of 23°C, though night times are cool at an average low of 12°C.  October is the wettest month of the year with 60 millimetres falling across 11 days but on average each day still receives seven hours of sunshine.

During the winter months (December-February), Majorca's climate is very wet and tends to be a lot cooler, with temperatures ranging from a low of -3°C to highs of 16°C. There is usually around 6 to 8 hours of sunshine per day, with approximately 7 days of fog throughout the month. Night time temperatures drop to a very cool 4°C, with snow following on higher mountainous grounds, but rarely on lowland. During these months the humidity is at 82% and the average rainfall is 42 mm, with December being the wettest month.

Spring is from March until May. May is warmest month during Spring with an average high of 23°C, however lows of as little as 2°C. Night time temperatures are cool at an average low of 7°C.  April is the wettest month of Spring with 42 millimetres falling across 9 days but on average each day still receives 10 hours of sunshine. Unfortunately, although Spring is slightly warmer and sunnier than Autumn, it is still too cold for swimming in the sea!

 

Majorca Holiday and Tourist Information

Majorca is the largest island in the Balearic Islands in Spain. The capital of the island is Palma. The island is an extremely popular holiday destination. The two official languages of Majorca are Mallorcan and Spanish. Since the 1950s Majorca has become a major tourist destination and the tourism business has become the main source of revenue for the island.

 

Majorca Tourist Attractions

Most tourists visit Majorca for the beautiful beaches. Majorcan beaches range from long white sandy beaches to isolated rocky coves. Some of the nicest beaches do have resorts attached to them. For example, Alcudia Beach is a beautiful, white sand beach that stretches from the Port of Alcudia, along the 'golden mile' of hotel-backed coastline. The main advantage of such beach resorts is that they have extensive facilities for the whole family. Despite the popularity, it is still possible to find a peaceful retreat.

Visitors can drive or walk to a hilltop sanctuary to experience 'the rustic Majorca'. There are a number of hermitages, sanctuaries and monasteries throughout Majorca. Originally inhabited by monks, they were places of pilgrimage. Today, they provide excellent starting points for hikes and they are used as cheap accommodation, providing a unique experience.                       

Professional cyclists come to train in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in the west of the island, which is now a World Heritage Site. Also in the Es Raieur area, at the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana range, there are a number of attractive boutique hotels to choose from.

Majorcan chefs are reviving traditional recipes and adapting them to suit modern tastes. There are now six Michelin-starred restaurants on the island, serving unique island cuisine. This renewed enthusiasm for the local cuisine is evident throughout Majorca. 

Palma is both sophisticated and vibrant as it is home to half of Majorca's population.  Palma boasts some of the island's best restaurants, shops and nightlife as well as a thriving arts scene. However the masterpiece is the Gothic cathedral, it must be seen to be appreciated. Close to here is the old Arab quarter, a maze of narrow streets hiding museums, palaces and superb courtyards. 

 

Majorca Nightlife

Opio Bar- Described as a 'cool' cocktail bar, and the 'place to be', situated in the Puro Hotel. Cocktail proces range from £5-£12.

Club Ca'n Moray- Situated in Artà, this is a mixture of a chic café, cocktail bar and restaurant. Open daily during the summer months and drinks prices averaging £2-£6.          

Café Ca S’Hereu- Located in Binissalem, this bar presents a more laidback vibe, where you can relax with a drink in the courtyard or roof terrace. Drinks start at £2- can't get much cheaper! Note this bar is closed on a Monday.

Varadero- Located right on the sea in Palma, the terrace is a perfect place to relax with a drink. Weekends tend to be busier, and the night turns into a 'clubbing scene' This bar is open daily, with drinks starting at £3.

Maremar Beach Club- Situated in the Bay of Alcudia on the Muro beachline, this is a great spot for taking in views with a cold beer or a glass of wine! Open daily and drinks starting at £3. Definitely worth a visit!

 

Other Locations Near to Majorca

The 7 day weather forecast summary for Majorca:

The outlook for Majorca in the week ahead shows the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 35°C, with a high for the week of 36°C expected on the afternoon of Monday 22nd. The mean minimum temperature will be 22°C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Saturday 20th at 21°C. Expect the coming week to remain predominantly dry. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

Majorca holiday weather information

We provide Majorca holiday weather for the next 7 and 14 days. The 7 day weather for Majorca provides weather information in 3 hourly intervals for each day and our 14 day Majorca weather provides weather data in 6 hourly intervals. We also provide monthly climate averages for Majorca. These monthly climate averages provide average temperature, maximum and minimum temperature, amount of rainfall in months, wind speed and much more. So if you are planning to go on holiday to Majorca then do check our monthly climate average section.

We also provide latest weather for Majorca and if you would like to see the past 24 hours weather in hourly format then do check our latest section. In addition, we have a weather risk page dedicated to Majorca which allows you to check out the probability of rain or thunder for Majorca.

As we are passionate about weather we would go to any steps to make sure you too are kept informed of the weather at all times. So if you are planning to go to Majorca on holiday or business then please do take the chance of receiving a weather text for Majorca which we will send to your mobile.

We also have following holiday destinations near to Majorca

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