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Saturday 28 November
04:05 GMT | 05:05 CET

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28 Nov
UK Time: 03:57 GMT
Local Time: 04:57 CET
9°C (48°F)
0mph (0kmh)
  • Sunrise 07:45
  • Sunset 17:26
  • Moonrise 19:17
  • Moonset 08:59
Temp feels like: 9°C (48°F)
Length of Day: 9h 25m
Humidity: 93%
Dew Point: 8°C (46°F)
Pressure: 30.04" (1017 hpa)
Visiblity: 6 miles (10 km)
Average for November 13°C (55°F)
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Latest Palma Nova Holiday Reviews

  • Holiday

    Our weather was lovely and warm we were there for 8days and we only had 1 hour of rain the rest of the holiday was about...

    natalie black on 8th October 2013
  • My holiday in Palma Nova.

    The weather was amazing when i went to palma nova....

    jodie ball on 21st May 2013
  • fantastic toasty hot

    Back on the 7th July. Weather, what can I say- very hot, They are having a heat wave at the moment, between 35-39 for th...

    Anonymous on 15th July 2012
  • just back from palma nova, had a fab time

    The weather was very hot- 33 degrees....

    Anonymous on 9th June 2012
  • good hoilday

    The weather wasn't very good but warmer than here. There were two days of rain but I still wore flip flops, then when th...

    Anonymous on 20th March 2011
  • Holiday in Palma Nova

    Just got back from Palma Nova and it was absolutely red hot - hardly a cloud in the sky all week. We took cardigans and...

    Anonymous on 9th October 2009

Historic Temperatures for 28th November in Palma Nova

Average High 16°C (61°F)
Record High 21°C (70°F) (2014)
Average Low 6°C (43°F)
Record Low 1°C (34°F) (2005)

Weather Overview for Palma Nova



Palma Nova enjoys a dry Mediterranean climate. Long hot summers and mild winters are complemented by low levels of rainfall. The resort sits on a on the golden south coast of Mallorca of Spain’s Balearic Isles, just next to the notorious party resort of Magaluf. While its neighbour is a centre for all-night clubbing, Palma Nova is slightly more relaxed and attracts a quieter crowd. Palma Nova experiences weather conditions almost identical to all resorts on the south side of the island, for instance Palma and Cala Vinas.

Spring, from March till May, gets gradually warmer and sunnier. Night times remain quite cold as does the sea. There are usually a few days each month that peak in the low 20s, but by mid May low 20s temperatures are guaranteed. Late spring is a great time to visit the area, similar to early autumn. Spring is drier than autumn but the sea in spring is cooler.

Summer in Palma Nova, from June till September, is beautifully hot with the average high temperature peaking at 30°C in August. The sun shines uninterrupted by cloud and the high temperatures linger into the night; perfect for typically late Mediterranean outdoor dining, but sometimes a little uncomfortable for sleeping. The island has a localised wind system called the Embat which means a cooling breeze helps to keep conditions pleasant during the day. Easing the temperature at all times is the low humidity.

Autumn, in October and November, is the wettest season though still very little rainfalls. Short showers followed by clear skies are the norm. The cooler low 20s and thinner crowds might be considered preferable, though by mid November the water temperature can get a little brisk, seeing an average of 17°C.

Winter, from December to February, is very mild but visitors should not pack their bikinis and expect to return home with a suntan. The average high is around 13°C and the average low is around 5°C. While there are usually a few freak days that see the temperature shooting up into the high teens, there is also the possibility of it being much cooler. It rarely gets down to freezing but frosts have been known to happen. Cloud cover is indecisive and the sun comes out for around five hours per day. Rainfall lessens, not that it ever gets particularly high, but it is a little unpredictable. 

Mallorca has uniformly pleasant weather across its resorts though there is some regional variation. Its position in the balmy Mediterranean Sea ensures hot summers and mild winters. Mallorca’s mountainous terrain serves as a barrier to the southwest winds that blow over the island, creating a northeast/southwest divide in weather conditions. Resorts on the southwest coast are usually slightly wetter, cloudier and cooler than those on the northeast, such as Can Picafort and Alcudia, but the difference is minimal and being the greater recipient of refreshing breezes these areas might be considered preferable.

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