Mallorca in February and change is afoot. Days are getting longer and spring is in the air. Blossom is starting to appear on the island’s almond trees – all four million of them – and the sun feels a little warmer.
Islanders mark the beginning of Lent with a big carnival in Palma and smaller celebrations in towns and villages; an uplifting way to experience some Spanish colour and cheer as winter drags on in Northern Europe. Now is an opportune moment to take advantage of an indulgent hotel stay at a lower rate, get out and active in Mallorca’s stunning natural scenery and explore teh capital free of crowds.
Weather in Mallorca in February
Slightly drier and fractionally warmer than January, February weather in Mallorca is improving. The heavier rainfall of October and November is long behind, and showers are more likely than downpours. The reason February really feels different, however, is the lengthening days and increased sunshine: an average of six hours over January’s five.
The average daytime temperature is a mild 15.5°C.
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Top things to do in February on Mallorca
Besides carnival, major sporting event Powerman Mallorca Duathlon and a roster of theatre shows taking place at Palma Auditorium throughout February, it is well worth visiting the island this month purely to experience the beauty of the almond blossom.
Combining a drive, walk or cycle in the countryside with a city break or weekend getaway is the perfect romantic way to mark Valentine’s Day this month.
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Local Festivals in February
Fittingly, Mallorca’s almond blossom has its own special festival. Held in the northeast market town of Son Servera, the Almond Fair celebrates everything almond with arts and crafts, beauty and health orientated products and gourmet delicacies.
There are also traditional local festivals taking place in Campos and Sencelles – and of course, Palma’s carnival marking the onset of Lent: Sa Rua and Sa Rueta.
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Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in February
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You don’t have to be celebrating Valentine’s Day to take a trip to Mallorca in February. The delicate beauty of the island’s blossoming almond trees holds universal appeal, and the island’s schedule of traditional festivals, art and theatre happenings and sporting events has something for everyone.
After the short days of winter, the island’s improving weather brings relief and plenty of warmer, sunny spells and increased daylight hours. Spring is just around the corner!
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