With summer just a memory and the tourists long gone, it’s time to see Mallorca’s more soulful, quieter side. That is not to say you’ll find little to do on the island in November, however. The switch is flipping to winter bringing hazy sunshine, fallen leaves underfoot and a cosy feel.
So wrap yourself in a scarf and jumper and nestle in the warmth of an outdoor café heater; enjoy brisk walks along deserted beaches and get cultural by exploring Palma’s burgeoning art scene. There’s a wealth of riches on Mallorca in November – let us help you discover them.
Weather in Mallorca in November
Crisp November days in Mallorca may mean you’ll want to don a jacket, but compared to Northern Europe the weather still feels temperate. Averages range between 12 and 18°C and the island breathes a collective sigh of relief from the summer sizzle and earlier autumn heat (temperatures can still reach the late 20s in October).
After October, November experiences the most rain of all months on Mallorca, but there’s still a welcome average of five hours of sunshine a day.
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Top things to do in November on Mallorca
A dip in the sea is now out – though some brave souls do! Instead, get out and about in Mallorca’s ravishing countryside and mountains. Late autumn’s changing colours make walking a joy; especially when there’s the promise of a café con leche and almond cake en route.
For city fun, the TaPalma Tapas Festival at the beginning of the month is a wonderful way to sample Palma’s many and varied tapas and cocktail bars. You can find out about major events taking place during November here.
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Local Festivals in November
Pumpkins to wine; honey to mushrooms: Mallorca is alive with local festivals in November. It’s a delight to browse the many stalls and try new delicacies at fairs like Inca’s Dijous Bo and Pollenca’s Arts & Crafts event. The gorgeous villages of Caimari (olives); Llubi (honey); Mancor de la Vall (mushrooms) and Santa Maria (wine) are great for doing a little early Christmas shopping.
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Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in November
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Visiting Mallorca in late autumn is such a contrast to summer you’ll wonder if you’re on a different island entirely. Venture to Palma, the inland towns and villages and you’ll live Mallorca as the locals do; in a happy round of festivals, food events and changing nature. True, you’ll need to pack more than a bikini but you’re still likely to get plenty of mild sunshine – and can leave your heavy winter coat at home.
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