Weather Averages for Palma in April
Averages for Palma in April
It’s easy to see why families flock to Palma during the school Easter break. With temperatures reaching as high as 19°C and an average 10 hours of sun per day, the resort makes a welcome change from the British weather! There is a chance of rain on 9 days of the month, but there’s so much to do at this time of the year that a few April showers are unlikely to put much of a dampener on proceedings.
Palma Aquarium is a must see if you’ve got children. The marine park has 700 different species of animals, a play area and restaurants so you can enjoy a full day adventure.
You may also enjoy a sightseeing tour of the city. You can buy a hop-on, hop-off 24-hour ticket with City Sightseeing and see everything this wonderful city has to offer from the comfort of an open top bus.
The kids won’t want to spend all of their time sightseeing; they’ll need to burn off some of that excess energy, and where better to do that but Palma Beach. The fine white sand and crystal-clear, calm waters are an open invitation for fun in the sun! At the end of the day, why not nip into Abel’s Picnic, a restaurant with a special children’s menu, before heading back to your hotel.
The Hostal Ritzi in the historic sector of Palma could be an ideal base for your holiday.
If you’d rather be in a quieter part of the city then the Hotel Araxa might be just what you’re looking for. Despite being in a residential area, this hotel is just a few minutes walk away from attractions like the Bellver Castle and the seafront promenade.