July is peak season in Mallorca. Resorts and beaches teem with sunseekers of all ages. The sea is warm, the days are hot and the evenings are comfortably warm. We've looked at the most up-to-date weather data for Mallorca, covering the last 12 years up to 2021, plus we've asked our team of travel bloggers for their first-hand experiences in order to answer the most frequently asked questions about Mallorca weather in July.
How warm is it in Mallorca during July?
The temperature reaches around 28℃ during the daytime in July, falling away to 23℃ at night. The UV index will be high at this time of year, so protection against skin and eye damage is needed. Try to limit exposure between 10am and 4pm. Apply broad spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen every few hours, even if it's cloudy, or more frequently after sweating or swimming, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses too, and bear in mind that bright surfaces, such as sand and water increase UV exposure.
Does it rain in Mallorca during July?
July is typically the driest month in Mallorca. On average, there will be 4 rainy days during the month, amounting to 3.8mm in total. That's almost nothing at all, therefore rain isn't something we think you need to consider. You're not likely to see a thunderstorm during your trip.
How warm is the sea in Mallorca during July?
The water around Mallorca reaches a very pleasant 26℃ during July. This is very warm, and will feel bath-like. People who normally feel the cold will find this temperature perfectly acceptable. The hot air temperature will mean that you will feel comfortably warm when coming out of the water.
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Books inspired by Mallorca
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Mallorca holiday
True story about a farmer and his family who long to leave the cold, dark Scottish winters behind - so they sell up and buy a small orange farm in Mallorca. Follow the Kerr family through the hilarity of the trials and tribulations they encounter along the way. If you've ever dreamed of a new, simpler life in the sun, this is the book for you - and there are plenty of sequels to keep you occupied.
Mallorca Blog posts
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6th July 2020 by Hand Luggage Only19 best things to do in Majorca
Nestled within the Mediterranean Sea, Majorca (or Mallorca) is one incredible island that’s so beautiful to see. Not only that, but there’s also a heap fo the best things to do in Majorca that are surprisingly diverse and totally unique. You see, Majorca is an island that’s got a little something for everyone! It’s the kind of place where you can hike the mountain ranges, explore the best beaches and visit the historic little villages. It really is beautiful and totally worth heading...
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For years, Spain has hidden her beauty, exporting pics of high rises and overcrowded beaches to Britain while her inhabitants knew the truth. Alongside empty beaches, turquoise sands, tapas and siestas, Spain contains world class art, UNESCO biosphere reserves and more flavours than you'll find in a paella....
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9th February 2021 by Backpacks and BunkbedsA tour of Pollenca’s old town, the real Mallorca
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Riding Ferrocarril de Sóller from Sóller (duh!) to Palma (and back again) is a great way to take in stunning landscapes of Mallorca. Specifically those of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range – a world heritage site. The mountain range spans almost the entire west to north coastline of the Balearic island, and the railway line cuts right through the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, linking the beautiful town of Sóller, with the islands capital, Palma....
Weather in Mallorca
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Mallorca