Weather Averages for Magaluf in July
Averages for Magaluf in July
July is part of the peak tourist season in Magaluf, Spain. Water sports and sunbathing rule the day, while partying and clubbing are the most common night time activities. However, there still are activities for families with children of all ages.
The average low temperature is 64.4°F (18°C). Nights are balmy and dry. During the day, the average high temperature is 87.8°F (31°C). Sun beds at the hotels’ pools and on the beaches will go fast at this time of year, so it is important to get out early enough to reserve one, if you do not stumble in too late to do so.
The average sea temperature is 77°F (25°C). Common tourist water activities are popular here as well, with parasailing and jet skiing topping the list.
There is an average of 0.39” (10 mm) of precipitation during this month on an average of 3 days total.
There is an average of 13 hours of sunlight every day.
Magaluf’s parties are known worldwide, but the annual 4th of July party there tops them all. The Daiquiri Palace hosts a unique mix of tourists and locals for a party that holds its own even in the constant party atmosphere that is Magaluf. The party is held right on the beach with lots of food and drinks including the Palace’s signature frozen drinks, pizza and grilled entrées. Some of the area’s best musicians and singers converge to provide the live entertainment for a party that no one should miss.
Another fun activity is the Magaluf Boat Party which is held every Saturday and even more frequently in the most popular summer months. The boat Britania takes over 200 people out for a fun dance party aboard its decks which is all organized by the best dance club in the area, the BCM Nightclub.
There are many great nightclubs and bars along the strip, depending on the type of party you are looking for. The MCP Pre-club Bar Icon is a great place to begin the night. The music and atmosphere here set the tone for a great night out.
The Jack Daniels Bar is also a relatively new but already popular choice. The outdoor terrace bar is the establishment’s most distinguishing feature.
Samos Hotel is situated right next door to the BCM dance club, but, surprisingly, it comes highly recommended by families as well as the typical 18 to 30 party crowd. It has a very central location so that everyone is bound to find something entertaining nearby. The rooms are actually reported to be very quiet and restful despite being so close to a throbbing, late-night club.
The food in the hotel’s restaurant changes frequently, so there is nothing to get tired of. There is usually a theme for the night. The pool bar is a great lunchtime option with such items as burgers. The half board option gives guests the convenience of dining at the hotel during the day and the luxury to choose from the many wonderful area restaurants in the evening before going out.
The hotel’s four-person rooms have especially large balconies.Click here for a 14 day forecast