Feel the sun on your skin and marvel at the fields of wildflowers: it’s April in Mallorca. The island lives and breathes Catholicism at this time of year, when Holy Week brings a spectacle of reverence. The roots of Easter also trace back to celebration of the spring equinox, and here in the Balearic Islands we’re blessed with great weather and nature in full bloom.
A few events are perfectly timed to coincide with this special seasonal moment. Palma International Boat Show, Pollença Wine Fair and the first beach club parties mark the start of Mallorca’s high season.
Weather in Mallorca in April
An average temperature of 15°C makes sitting outdoors in April a pleasure. Though Mallorca typically sees more rain in April than March, it tends to come in showers as opposed to heavy downpours. Days are longer, with sunset stretching to 20:42 hrs by the month’s end, and there are a welcome 10 hours of sunshine on average per day.
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Top things to do in April on Mallorca
If you find yourself in Mallorca during April you’ll be fortunate to experience a centuries-old, traditional Spanish Easter, with affecting ceremonies taking place in Palma and all over the island. In contrast are modern, bustling events like Palma International Boat Show, and Palma’s prestigious sailing regatta.
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Local Festivals in April
Towards the start of the month, down in the southwest, the Fira d’Andratx gets underway bringing music, crafts, exhibitions and more. There are also gastronomic fairs happening in Port d’Alcúdia and Porto Cristo for seafood, Muro for varied produce, Ses Salines for gourmet salt and Porreres for all things wholesome and organic, so prepare to have your tastebuds tickled.
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Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in April
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Come to Mallorca in April and join in the fun. Sailing and cycling events, traditional Easter celebrations and charming local festivals abound, all set to the backdrop of warm spring weather. If you prefer lower temperatures to scorching summer heat, now until June is a good time to visit.
Many hotels offer special packages for Easter breaks – and Mallorca offers every type of accommodation from budget through to luxury five star.
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We hope you found this article about Mallorca in April useful and that you have many memorable experiences as a result of our recommendations.