Weather in Mallorca in July
Mallorca’s weather in July explains why the island is so popular with holidaymakers and tourists during this month. July is peak season for Mallorca, beaches are packed, clubs, pubs and restaurants are full and it is often difficult to get a hotel booking during this time of year. For those who book in advance, July is a great time to visit Mallorca. The weather is hot and sunny and there is virtually no wind or rain.
Climate in Mallorca in July
The climate in Mallorca in July is hot and dry. ‘Sunseekers’ will be in their element as the weather is perfectly suited for swimming, sunbathing and perfecting your tan. Many of the beaches in Palma and across the island are packed and it is best to book a place in the sun early in the day. Average temperatures in Mallorca during July range from 21 to 29°C (70 to 84°F). Sea temperatures during July in the Balearic Islands tend to peak at 24 degrees Celsius (75 degrees Fahrenheit). Holidaymakers in Mallorca can expect 11 hours of sunshine per day and virtually no rain throughout the month. Interior regions of the island tend to get slightly warmer than the coastal areas. Areas toward the south of the island sometimes receive dusty air blown in from the Sahara desert.
What's on in Mallorca in July
Mallorca’s main event during July is the Dia de Virgen de Carmen, which is held in mid-July. This festival celebrates the patron saint of sailors and is an important day for most residents on Mallorca island. Colourful processions and blessings bestowed on fishing boats are the order of the day for this eye-catching Mallorcan event.
What to pack for a holiday in Mallorca in July
July is peak summer, the hot weather means that tourists should pack as little as possible. Swimwear and beach paraphernalia are vital, but holidaymakers in Mallorca in July should also pack protective clothing and sunblock as the hot weather lends itself to sunburn and sometimes even heatstroke. Light summer clothes are best for July in Mallorca.