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Weather Averages for Palma Nova in December
Averages for Palma Nova in December
Palma Nova is a resort town on Majorca, one of Spain’s busiest and most popular islands. It is a great place to relax and spend quality time with friends and families. Lots of establishments have been built up in the areas that are sure to cater every type of visitor’s needs during their stay. December is a slow month in Palma Nova as many of the younger visitors and tourists with children have already departed for the season.
December is the heart of winter in Palma Nova with only 2 months being colder; January and February. On average, daytime temperatures don’t exceed about 15°C (59°F) so visitors will need to pack winter type clothing to be comfortable.
Night time temperatures are even colder at around 5°C (41°F) on average.
Palma Nova’s average precipitation for the month of December is around 44mm or 1¾ inches. There are approximately 12 to 14 rainy days in the month and visitors can expect about 6 hours of sunshine on each non-rainy day.
Like most resort towns around the world, Palma Nova is filled with lots of hotels and villas that are available to provide visitors with choice accommodations.
In December, some of those places are closed but there are still plenty that are operating. Some of the best hotels include the Viva Palma Nova, the Hotel Son Matias Beach and the Torrenova Marina, all of which are open year-round.
There are a ton of restaurants in Palma Nova as well from fast foods to gourmet dining to all you can eat buffets. One can never go hungry in Palma Nova.
Many of the bars and clubs that populate the nightlife scene are only open on the weekends in the wintertime as most of their patrons have already migrated back inland for the winter.
Aside from Christmas, there are only a few other holidays or festivals in Palma Nova in December. The Feast of the Immaculate Conception (La Inmaculada Concepción) is a Spanish national holiday observed on the 8th and Santos Inocentes, the Spanish equivalent of April Fool’s Day, is celebrated on the 28th.