Weather in Mallorca

The Balearic Islands enjoy a temperate climate: the maximum temperatures are not excessive, even in high summer, owing to the cooling influence of the sea. The climate during the winter is generally mild and dry with occasional showers.

Mallorca´s climate is typical of the Mediterranean, with warm average temperatures, seasonal rains and a summer period that is hot and dry. The annual rainfall varies across the island, with the bulk of it falling on the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range during the autumn rainy season. The summer temperatures are not particularly harsh on the coast, providing that offshore winds are not in full effect.

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