Languid, unhurried and basking in sunshine. Time slows down in Mallorca during August, as the island settles into the heat of a Balearic summer. This is the island that inspires books like The Lemon Grove by Helen Walsh, set in captivating Deià, and the Anna Nicholas series. Titles such as A Lizard in my Luggage and Cat on a Hot Tiled Roof conjure Mallorca in August, when skies are blue, days are long and everyone seeks relief from the sun.
Leisurely al fresco meals, strolls along the beach or promenade and plenty of relaxation characterise August holidays in Mallorca.
Weather in Mallorca in August
It pays to take a few tips from the locals at this time of year. With temperatures typically in the 30s, there’s a real risk of sunburn so to avoid the red lobster look, it’s best to stay in the shade during the hottest part of the day. Get out and enjoy the pool and beach in the morning and late afternoon/early evening, and revel in those balmy Balearic evenings.
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Top things to do in August on Mallorca
It’s time to take it easy in August on Mallorca. You’ll want to kick back at one of the island’s world-class beaches or beach clubs, explore Palma and take leisurely trips to beauty spots and places of interest.
There’s a wealth of fun things for families with children to do, from waterparks and water sports to attractions like Katmandu Park and Palma Aquarium, while adults will swoon at the to-die-for sea views from Mallorca’s many excellent restaurants.
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Local Festivals in August
Religious parades and pilgrimages, dramatic reenactments, and everything in between. There are several fascinating festivals taking place on Mallorca in August, so take your pick from events including Pollença’s Battle of the Moors and Christians, the annual night walk from Palma to Lluc, and gastronomic fairs in Consell and Maria de la Salut.
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Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in August
Be inspired with our selection of images that will make you want to visit Mallorca in August.
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Coming to Mallorca in August? Pack light and don’t forget the sunscreen. This is floaty kaftan weather and the living is easy. Glorious beaches with turquoise waters, romantic Palma and family adventure exist side by side on the largest Balearic island.
Mallorca has all the ingredients you could wish for; from cultural events and chic hotels and restaurants to simple beach pleasures and wild nightlife, so it’s up to you to design your visit just the way you want it.
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