Thanks to the island’s privileged location, it basks in a Mediterranean climate all year round.

Mallorca is located 175km from the Iberian Peninsula, making it the biggest of the islands in the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, with a territorial extension of 3600km. The entirety of this insular territory offers many options for tourists to enjoy.

Thanks to the island’s privileged location, it basks in a Mediterranean climate all year round.

Mallorca’s climate can be considered subtropical, so it’s highly unlikely to get in the way of your holiday plans.

The weather in Mallorca is privileged pretty much all year round, which is why we can say that Mallorca’s climate offers 300 days of bright sunshine, perfect for having a great time as a family.

Mallorca’s coast has little rain compared to the mountainous areas (such as the Serra de Tramuntana).

Here, summer days are very hot, so they’re fantastic for those who are hoping to make the most of the beach.

The weather isn’t only good during summer, as winter is much milder than in mainland Spain, with temperatures between 11°C and 17°C.

The rain on the island is generally light and scattered, dominated by the sun.

Enjoy good weather all year round

The weather in Mallorca is perfect for your holiday, as it boasts an average annual temperature of 16°C. August is the hottest month of the year, with an average temperature of 24.6°C, while the coldest month is January, with an average temperature of 9.3°C.

Mallorca gets plenty of sun, so you’ll be able to get stuck into plenty of outdoor activities, guaranteeing a fantastic time in this Mediterranean paradise.

On average, you’ll get 7.5 hours of sunlight every day, with the sunniest month being July, with 10.9 hours of sunlight.

If you’re looking for the most convenient weather to get the most out of your holiday, there are many important factors to consider.

For example, if you want to spend most of your holiday in the water, the best time to visit is in May, when the sea is at about 20°C.

If you want even sunnier, hotter, longer days, July to September is a good time to come on holiday to Mallorca.

However, bear in mind that this is high season and there are a significant number of tourists on holiday.

It’s always a good time to come to Mallorca, as even the pleasant breeze in summer cools down the heat of the sun.

If you’re after a relaxed break in Mallorca, especially if you’re hoping to enjoy day trips or sports such as cycling, we’d recommend you visit in autumn or spring, as you’ll be able to take in the incredible landscapes and make the most of the pleasant climate.

The weather on the island is benevolent, even during winter. It’s the perfect place for a getaway as thanks to its privileged location, it’s much warmer than the rest of Spain.

Where to stay in Mallorca

There’s no need to worry about finding accommodation in Mallorca, as you’ll be able to stay in the charming Hotel Monnaber Vell, located in the pretty tourist area of Campanet.

Here, you’ll be in stunning natural surroundings, without missing out on any modern comforts.

That’s why you’ll have plenty of things to do during your holiday. It’s a must-see location during your next holiday on the Island of Mallorca. We’ll be waiting to welcome you at Hotel Monnaber Vell in Campanet.


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