Your daily weather update for Mallorca
The weather in Mallorca is understandably a strong attraction for many visitors to the island. Its climate falls into the category of temperate subtropical, which means hot summers and short, generally mild winters (although recent winters have featured some short uncharacteristically cold snaps – and even some light snow in places outside of the Tramuntana mountain range!).
Mallorca has around 300 days of sunshine a year. Summer is reliably hot and sunny for the beach, but you can also enjoy ideal holiday weather in spring and autumn – when the temperature is particularly suitable for sport. Weather conditions can fluctuate during the late autumn and winter, when it can be cloudy, with high humidity, some heavy rainfall and strong wind. See the weather right now in Mallorca by checking out our webcam – and keep a watch on our five-day forecast.
Weather by Month
Below the average weather conditions in Mallorca by month:
A period of calm, known appropriately enough as ‘La Calma’ usually falls during this month, bringing less wind and rain and some clear blue skies with fresh temperatures. Average top temperature for this month is around 14°C.
The beauty of being in Mallorca in January is that the festivities continue way past Christmas. Straight after New Year’s Eve, there’s great anticipation for […] Weather Mallorca
The almond blossom is an early nod to the forthcoming spring, and days can ideal for walking and other outdoor activities. The occasional very cold snap can strike, sending temperatures plummeting, but the average high is around 15°C.
In need of a winter escape? Beach warm it may not be, but Mallorca in February, with its almond blossom and sunshine, holds the promise of spring. […] Mallorca in February
There are often strong winds blowing in this month, which has around eight days when rain falls. But the arrival of spring also brings milder weather and more sunshine, with top temperatures averaging 17°C.
Lose the jacket and soak up the sunshine. In March, spring is definitely here on Mallorca and nature is starting to bloom. […] Mallorca in March
Spring is here and the average top temperature reaches 19°C, with conditions ideal for outdoor activities and sport. Night time temperatures now average 10°C.
Spring showers are likely, but so is sun. Visit Mallorca in April to experience an authentic Spanish Easter, sporting events and local fairs. […] Mallorca in April
For many, it’s the perfect month: blue skies, warm sunshine and no more than around five days when rain falls. Expect an average high temperature of 22°C.
No wonder in-the-know walkers and cyclists make a beeline for Mallorca in May, when the weather is perfect for exploring the island. […] Mallorca in May
The mornings and evenings are warmer and longer days push the average temperature up to 26°C, with plenty of sunshine and usually no more than three days when you need an umbrella.
Get on your bike, pack a picnic, bring out the bikini. Mallorca in June brings typically perfect weather and the island is in full bloom… […] Mallorca in June
Hot, sunny, and with long warm evenings to enjoy outdoors. You might get one day of rain this month, but the average top temperature of 29°C and overnight low of 20°C more than make up for a shower.
Reliable weather and a beating Balearic heart make Mallorca an appealing destination in July. Whatever your taste, there’s a version for you. […] Mallorca in July
August often has some clammy days, when the heat and high humidity take hold. Temperatures are similar to July, but there’s a risk of occasional thunderstorms and brief downpours later in the month.
It’s hot, it’s happening and the beach and pool is heaven. Mallorca in August has everything you could wish for to make a summer break. […] Mallorca in August
The first of the storms calms down the intense summer heat and with an average top temperature of 27°C, this can be a perfect month. Mornings and evenings are usually cooler and there’s rainfall on an average of five days.
September is late summer in Mallorca and a heavenly time to be on the island, when the weather can be perfect and there’s a sense of calm. […] Mallorca in September
One of the two wettest months in Mallorca, but still pleasantly warm and with plenty of sunny days. The average top temperature is 23°C, but heavy storms and strong northerly winds can send the mercury plunging.
Find out why, with its glorious sunsets, milder temperatures and plentiful harvest festivals, October may well be the best month to visit Mallorca. […] Mallorca in October
Shorter days and the lower position of the sun mean much cooler weather: the average high is 18°C. Overnight temperatures are similar to those in April. Rain is likely on around eight days this month – often with strong winds.
Take a tapas tour with the locals, go gift shopping at a village fair and blow away the cobwebs with a wintery walk: Mallorca in November is a pleasure. […] Mallorca in November
The other one of the two wettest months, December can be pleasant when the sun shines – which it does for an average of five hours a day this month. Average daytime high of 15°C and overnight low of 8°C.
December in Mallorca is a special time. Visit the island during Christmas season and be immersed in magical markets, traditional festivals and winter sun. […] Mallorca in December
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
Check our webcam and see what the weather is like right now in Palma!
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 […] Weather Mallorca
Best things to do each season on Mallorca
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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
Mallorca’s top 20 things to do and see in winter is a must-read if you are visiting or staying on the island over the colder months. […] Mallorca’s top 20 things to do in winter
Latest news on Mallorca
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New openings on Mallorca
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