Alcudia: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Alcudia
The latest and today's weather in Alcudia, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:44
- Sunset 17:27
- Moonrise 18:22
- Moonset 07:56
|Temp feels like:||11°C (52°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 25m|
|Dew Point:||3°C (37°F)|
|Pressure:||29.92" (1013 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
Latest Alcudia Holiday Reviews
Club mac amazing alicudia
We went in June and it was hot everyday, we all got a very nice tan!...
my holiday at the pins aparthotel in alcudia
Fab up in the 30's every day....
my holiday in alcudia september 2010
The weather was hot and sunny- about 28 degrees Celsius. Cooled a little at night, but not enough to put a small cardiga...
hol in alcudia
Really hot sunshine everyday...
family holiday 2011
What can i say..? It was hot!! And it got hotter every day. It didn't rain one bit and we all got a realy nice tan....
alcudia is fantastic
The weather was very mixed but even when it did rain it was still quite warm and didnt stop you from doing anything duri...
Historic Temperatures for 27th November in Alcudia
|Average High||16°C (61°F)|
|Record High||22°C (72°F) (2000)|
|Average Low||6°C (43°F)|
|Record Low||1°C (34°F) (2005)|
Weather Overview for Alcudia
When it comes to summer holidays, Spain is certainly up there as one of the most visited and most popular destinations. Of course, Spain extends to much further than the mainland, and the sunny Balearic Islands are hugely popular during the summer months, as well as being a favourite during the cooler times too, as a year around holiday destination.
One resort which is hugely popular is Alcudia. This is the main tourist resort on the island of Majorca, and enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, experiencing mild winters and hot, dry summers. Because of the low rainfall in Alcudia, it is considered a tourist spot throughout the year, with water-sports, sightseeing, and outdoor pursuits all very possible during out of season times.
Alcudia is luckily protected from much of the island’s wind and rain, thanks to the proximity of the Serra Tramuntana Mountains, which makes for fantastic weather regardless of the month overall, especially when compared to other Mediterranean destinations in the area.
Alcudia’s summers are hot and long, with peak temperatures hitting an average of 30°C in August. July and August are typically Alcudia’s busiest months, with most tourism coming during this time. Despite that, the warmer temperatures can arrive as early as April, and season can last into November during warmer years, with cooler evenings as the season draws to a close. Despite that, the official summer season lasts generally from May to October, with very little in the way of rain right up until September.
Despite the drop in tourism, you can still find many hotels and attractions open during the winter months. The temperatures in Alcudia very rarely drop below 10°C throughout the season, with January and February averaging the lowest temperatures overall, hitting an average high of around 14°C, and a low of 4°C during the chilly evenings. Obviously hours of sunshine are less during the winter months compared to the summer, and averages around 5 hours per day, which is still considerable when compared to many other places.
Spring & Autumn
The in-between months during spring and autumn are wonderful times to visit Alcudia, because you can expect mild temperatures and much less in the way of crowds compared to the summer months. On average you can expect an average of around 17°C, which is a comfortable enough to head out and explore everything Alcudia has to offer, and the surrounding area, before temperatures cool a little during the evenings. October is the wettest month during the season in Alcudia, and you will see a noticeable drop in temperatures as November arrives.
The Balearic Islands might be considered summer hotspots, but Alcudia certainly has plenty to keep everyone occupied no matter what the month of the year, from beach time fun, sightseeing, golf, relaxing spa visits, hiking, walking, and water-sports.