July is an excellent time to visit Mallorca, although you will be sharing the beach and entertainment venues with many more holidaymakers.
You can expect hot weather and around 11 hours of sunshine daily with little or no rain.
How hot is it in Mallorca in July?
Daytime temperatures reach an average high of 31°C (88°F) with a night-time low of 19°C (66°F).
How sunny is it in Mallorca in July?
There are normally 11 hours of sunshine each day in Mallorca in July – that's around 73% of daylight hours.
Does it rain in Mallorca in July?
There is usually one day with a brief rain shower in Mallorca in July and the average monthly rainfall is 7mm (‹1in).
How windy is it in Mallorca in July?
July sees an average hourly wind speed of 12 kilometres per hour (6 knots); 8 mph.
How warm is the sea around Mallorca in July?
The average sea temperature around Mallorca in July is 24°C (75°F), which is warm enough for swimming
Sunrise & sunset in Mallorca in July?
Sunrise is around 6:30am with sunset around 9:15pm.
What to do in Mallorca in July?
July is an excellent time for sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving and sailing. It’s also a good time for hiking and sightseeing Mallorca’s many ancient and interesting towns on foot, bicycle and car.
Spain’s traditional bull-fighting season gets under way with the Parade of the Bulls – similar to the running of the running of the bulls in Pamplona.Festivals in July in Mallorca, include…
July is considered peak season in Mallorca with higher hotel rates and the need to book early.
|High Temp: 31°C (88°F)|
|Low Temp: 19°C (66°F)|
|Sunshine: 11 hours per day|
|Daylight: 14 hours per day|
|Wind speed: 12 km/h (6 knots; 8 mph)|
|Wet Days: 1 day with some rain|
|Rainfall: 7mm (‹1in) per month|
|Comfort Level: High heat & 67% humidity|
|UV Index: Very high|
|Sea Temp: 24°C (75°F)|
|Palma de Mallorca, Spain|
Mallorca is considered a year-round holiday destination; for the best weather visit Mallorca anytime between June and September.
Note: Southeast regions of Mallorca are generally warmer and drier than north-west regions of the island. Mallorca’s mountain ranges bring regional climate variations, with cooler temperatures and higher rainfall than the coast.
Note: Meteorological data for Palma de Mallorca is based on weather statistics gathered for the 30-year period 1991 to 2020, and is sourced from Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET) – Spain's meteorological agency – at the nearest weather station, Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), located 8km (5mi) east of Palma de Mallorca. Additional climate data is sourced from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Advice on the best time to visit a particular destination is based on average local weather statistics, when the weather conditions are generally better than at other times of the year. We consider high and low temperatures, risk of rain (and thunderstorms, etc.), amount of sunshine and sea temperature. For general outdoor activities we favour clear, rainless days with a temperature range between 18°C (64°F) and 27°C (80°F); and for hot-weather activities we favour clear, rainless days with a temperature range between 24°C (75°F) and 32°C (89°F). Often, the best times to visit correspond to high season and therefore involve higher prices.
Latest update: Mallorca weather in July: 7 October, 2023
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