PALMA NOVA CLIMATE AND RESORT OVERVIEW
PALMA NOVA TOURIST INFO
Located on the south-west coast of the Balearic Islands, Palma Nova is the perfect getaway regardless of your age. Quieter than its larger than life neighbour, Magaluf, Palma Nova still manages to keep things entertaining whilst providing a tranquil environment for the whole family to relax and unwind.
One of the first purpose built resorts of its kind on the Balearics, this resort caters for families, couples and part-goers alike. With Magaluf and Santa Ponsa nearby, tourists won’t be stuck for choice in Palma Nova.
So if you are considering booking a holiday in the Balearic Islands, have a look at this unique climate profile for Palma Nova, which displays all the climate information for every month of the year. You may be interested to check the current weather in Palma nova, especially if you have already booked your tickets there.
SUMMER IN PALMA NOVA
Summer is the ideal time to lie back and relax in the sun with a book in one hand and Sangria in the other. With long, golden sandy beaches, Palma Nova offers holiday makers a chance to submerge themselves in this paradise. With 3 beaches including Palma Nova beach which has a Blue Flag Award for cleanliness, you will be spoiled with beautiful views of the ocean which seems to go on forever.
With an average sea temperature of 24 degrees Celsius it won’t be too cold to take a quick swim in and with an average summer temperature in Palma Nova of 30 degrees Celsius it will provide a welcomed break from the heat.
At this time of year, the Nightlife is much more laid back than its riotous neighbor Magaluf but don’t be fooled by its quiet exterior as there is more to it than meets the eye. Mainly consisting of bars and restaurants all ages will be able to enjoy Palma Nova’s nightlife. Such places include Reflex which is an 80’s styled bar which plays the defining songs of that era, so get your leg warmers and head band out because it’s time to dance. If you don’t want the party to stop there then you can easily head into Magaluf and dance the night away.
SPRING IN PALMA NOVA
Spring is a much calmer time of year in Palma Nova and is ideal if you want a culture based holiday with no young people or families around. As Palma Nova enjoys a Mediterranean climate it means that the weather is more than acceptable. With an average maximum temperature of 21 degrees Celsius in the spring months it would be a good time to go if you can’t handle the blistering heat during the summer season.
Usually, the resort is an excellent place for older couple’s enjoying their retirement years, However, with an average sea temperature of 17 degrees Celsius it might not be the wisest choice to go for a swim, unless you can handle the bracing temperatures.
One of the most popular sites in these parts is “Santa Maria Cathedral” which is just 15 minutes away from Palma Nova. The stunning gothic cathedral there took over 400 years to build. With views which look onto the Mediterranean Sea, this magnificent piece of architectural genius will be a memory which you will keep with you for many years to come.
WINTER IN PALMA NOVA
As winters can be mild in Palma Nova with an average maximum temperature of 16 degrees Celsius you may want to bring a few extra layers in your suitcase. However, it is still a good place to go if you want to have a quiet holiday. This is because the clubs and pubs which would have been blaring music into the small hours of the morning have closed for the season and revelers returned home. They do however open at the weekend so there is still the option for you to throw some shapes on the dance floor if you choose too.
A good way to escape the colder temperatures is by soaking up the culture and with the large summer crowds no longer here, it means you can do so without the stampeding crowds. The Spanish Contemporary Art Museum located 20 minutes from Palma Nova in Plama City Centre plays host to works by some of the most well known Spanish painters. Such painters include Salvador Dali and Joan Miro and the museum is also well known for its Picasso collection.
AUTUMN IN PALMA NOVA
This season combines the best of the summer with the rain. With an average maximum temperature in Autumn in Palma Nova of 24 degrees Celsius you can still enjoy the same summer festivities and head to the beach for the day. However, be warned as it can get wet with an average rainfall in of 59 mm (2 inches) so make sure to bring your waterproofs so you don’t fall victim to the rain.
One activity which low temperatures do not preclude is eating and in Palma Nova foodies are in for a treat. Abracadabra is a popular pizzeria which serves a large selection of pizza toppings. Situated right across the beach you can sit outside and admire the view of the med and watch the sun set, just remember to bring a jumper with you.