Mallorca weather in July (Balearic Islands, Spain)
Looking to travel to Mallorca in July? Here's what the weather might have in store during this month.
In Mallorca the weather in July is generally perfect, with high temperatures and low rainfall. July falls within the summer season. Daytime temperatures hover around 29°C, while nights can cool down to about 23°C.
Mallorca in July usually receives low rainfall, averaging around 5.5 mm for the month. It is the driest month of the year. For those who prefer outdoor activities, it's a great time to explore without the huge concern of sudden downpours. Delving into the climate records from the past 30 years, one can predict that nearly 4 days of the month will see rainfall.
With around 346 hours of sunshine, the days are mostly sunny. It gives a pleasant and vibrant feel to the area.
If you're inclined towards comfortable temperatures and drier conditions, July is a prime time to visit Mallorca. May, June, July, August, September and October typically offer the best circumstances. While January, February and December tend to showcase less optimal conditions.
For an in-depth look at the yearly conditions, visit our specialized Mallorca climate page with graphs.
Mallorca, monthly averages in July
Where to go in Spain in JulyFind out more about the weather in Spain in July and which places have the best weather conditions in this month.
So, what should you wear in Mallorca in July?It's going to be warm! Consider airy clothing, t-shirts, and other summer clothes. Shorts for men made of cotton or linen are good options for staying cool. With a water temperature of around 25°C this is a great month to swim so bring your swimwear.
What To Do
We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in July.
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