Cala Millor: Live Weather Reports
- Sunrise 08:04
- Sunset 17:27
- Moonrise 05:04
- Moonset 15:38
|Temp feels like:||48°F (9°C)|
|Length of Day:||9h 25m|
|Pressure:||30.36" (1028 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||19 miles (30 km)|
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Weather Overview for Cala Millor
Cala Millor experiences weather characteristic to all resorts located on Majorca’s east coast. Cala Millor enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Average temperatures and sunshine hours are an easy indication to show why this particular Balearic island resort is so favourable with beach devotees and sun lovers. The encouraging year round climate in Cala Millor is noted as one of the finest in Spain, especially in comparison to the northern inland regions. Cala Millor assures more than 300 days of warm, glistening sunshine every year.
Temperatures perfect for stress-free sightseeing and long
hours of warm sunshine are some of the key factors noted of a typical summer in
Cala Millor. With August
receiving the overall highest
temperatures, average climates range anywhere from 18ºC to 30ºC throughout
the months of June to September.
With thanks to the cooling sea breeze that is present year round, nights can be
spent without the sticky air that is usually found in the bigger Spanish cities
Winters in Cala Millor are hardly what you’d expect of a typical European winter. With balmy daytime temperatures and sunshine hours of five to six each day, a vacation in Cala Millor throughout the winter is a great way to escape the chilly temp’s common to that in the UK. Although rainfall levels are higher to what is obtained in the summer months, precipitation levels are in fact lower to what the autumn experiences. Sea temperatures throughout the winter are still sitting at a very mild 15ºC to 16ºC and although it may take some bravery to enter the water is still a great way to cool day after a day of sightseeing.
Autumn and Spring
The two shoulder months are always said to be great times to visit a Mediterranean location. Likewise, spring and autumn are in fact very favourable periods to visit Cala Millor as temperatures have either warmer up from the winter, or cooled down from the summer. April is a great time for an Easter break as temperatures average just below 20ºC and rainfall is low. October and November however, are the wettest months of the year therefore a vacation outside of these months is recommended.