After a sizzling summer, the island starts to cool down in September, and the crowds begin to lessen. This makes for what is typically a blissful month in Mallorca, with plenty of sun and blue skies and every reason to remain outdoors enjoying nature, dining and seeing the sights.
The children may be going back to school but here in the Balearics the holiday continues with paradise beaches, a still-warm sea and a vacation vibe. In our opinion, September is one of the best moments to be on the island, and it’s a fortunate traveller who finds themselves here now.
Weather in Mallorca in September
Average daily highs come in at around 27°C in Mallorca in September; cooler than July and August, but still wonderfully warm. It is more likely to rain this month, though, so take this into account when packing.
As the days shorten and we transition into autumn, sunshine hours decrease from 12 last month to eight, a substantial drop, although evenings remain a balmy 17°C.
While you may equate September with autumn, here in Mallorca it’s a more mellow extension of summer, with typically beautiful weather. […] Mallorca Weather in September
Top things to do in September on Mallorca
While it’s still beautiful beach weather here in Mallorca during September – and we highly recommend a trip to the beach minus the August crowds – there is so much more to take advantage of on the island. Gentler conditions, minus the heat of high summer, means you’ll be more in the mood for getting out and active.
To discover the major events taking place on the island this month, click here.
From hiking and climbing to wine trails and concerts, read our top 10 recommendations of the best things to do on Mallorca in the autumn. […] Mallorca’s top 10 things to do in autumn
From caves to castles, shows to shopping malls; there’s plenty to do in Mallorca whatever the weather. Read our selection of activities for rare rainy days. […] The top 14 things to do on a rainy day on Mallorca
Mallorca has over 50 kilometres of beaches, from secluded bays to long stretches of white sand and clear turquoise waters. Here’s our rundown of the top 20! […] Mallorca’s top 20 beaches
If cooling breezes, the fresh scent of ozone in the air, and views of the glittering sea are your desired accompaniments for lunch/dinner, head for the Med. […] The best seaview restaurants in Mallorca
All year round, Mallorca is paradise for those looking for new adventures. There’s no limit to the variety of sporting activities on offer! […] Mallorca: The Perfect Place for Outdoor Excitement
Local Festivals in September
September features several appealing Mallorcan festivals. You’ll sample juicy fruits at the island’s annual melon fair, experience the fun of the grape harvest in Binissalem and watch live music in Felanitx. In addition, there are family-friendly festivals taking place in the towns of Santa Ponsa and Santa Margalida – both featuring the thrilling ‘correfoc‘, or devil run.
One of the highlights of Mallorca’s festival calendar is Binissalem’s grape fair, and there are several other great events this September. […] Local Festivals in September on Mallorca
Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in September
Be inspired with our selection of images that will make you want to visit Mallorca in September.
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View our live webcam over Palma Here is the latest views from our very own Mallorca Webcam. Strategically positioned at the top of the Son […] Mallorca in September […] Mallorca in September
If you find the heat of July and August too much, take a trip to Mallorca in September instead. While rain is possible, there’s still plenty of warmth and sunshine which makes for perfect island exploration.
Fewer numbers equal quieter beaches and you’ll still be able to eat al fresco, bathe in the Med and enjoy all the pleasures the largest Balearic island has to offer. As autumn arrives in Northern Europe, Mallorca is still on holiday.
There is no better time to discover the beauty & charm of Mallorca, the largest Balearic Island in Spain including its rich history, culture, & outdoor life […] Mallorca at a glance