Alcudia Weather July Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Alcudia in July
The average daily temperature is a wonderfully warm 24°C, which reaches an average high of 29°C on the warmest days of the month. Evenings are still pleasantly warm, and you may need to consider air conditioning in your accommodation at this time of year, with an average low of only 18°C.
Of course, rain is certainly not an issue in Alcudia during the summer months, and July only averages a very small 9mm of rain throughout the month, affecting just 4 days to some degree.
The beach will certainly call visitors in July, with wall to wall sunshine and an average sea temperature of a very warm 24°C perfect for water-sports and swimming.
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Alcudia Hotels in July
Plenty of outdoor facilities are called for when Alcudia's weather heats up in July, and that means looking for a hotel which offers just that.
Sol De Alcudia Apartments
Sol De Alcudia Apartments are a fantastic choice for families, with a large swimming pool, a kids' pool, a large sun terrace, and plenty of activities.
Prinsotel La Dorada Hotel
Prinsotel La Dorada Hotel is another fun choice for a summer break, with several swimming pools, a jacuzzi, and a daytime entertainment programme featuring activities, such as water aerobics.
Ivory Playa Hotel
Ivory Playa Hotel offers board basis' up to half board, is only 50m from the beach, and has a large open air swimming pool and many other facilities, making it another great choice for your July stay in Alcudia.
Alcudia Beaches for July
To avoid the crowds, head to beautiful Alcanada Beach. This small, rocky beach is the perfect backdrop for sunbathing and chilling out, away from the major crowds of the resort's main beach. You can easily hire a car to reach the beach, or jump on the local bus service.
Bars and Restaurants
If you fancy a curry whilst you're on holiday in Alcudia, then certainly head to Maharaj, for a huge choice of dishes and fantastic service. This is a very popular restaurant, with repeat visitors.
Maybe it's sushi that you're craving however, in which case Sushi Chef should be your go to. This is a very minimalistic and modern restaurant, with many different types of sushi and Japanese food on offer.
Osteria El Patio
Alternatively, Osteria El Patio offers traditional Mediterranean dishes to try, and the stewed lamb is a very popular choice on the large menu. The setting is also wonderful for dining al fresco in the wonderful summer weather.
Things to do in Alcudia in July
Summer season is in full swing all over Majorca has July arrives, and this is not only marked by countless festivals throughout the season, but the start of night markets in various destinations. These are great fun to explore, colourful and vibrant, and also mean you can shop when the temperatures are a little cooler. Alcudia has a small market to explore during the evenings.
Festival of St Jaume
July also heralds the festival of St Jaume, and this means party time in Alcudia on 25 July! You will find dancing, music, parades, and countless other festivities going on all around the resort, so make sure you get involved!
When temperature begin to creep up you will be wanting to cool down during the hottest times of the day, and the Hidropark is the best place to do it. Here you will find huge pools, slides, and water rides, as well as sun loungers to kick back and relax on. A summer holiday has to involve a waterpark, let's be honest.
Of course, another way to stay cool is to head out on a boat cruise and jump in the sea on a swim break. Premier Cruises offer fantastic day and sunset cruises out of the resort's port. You will sail around the beautiful secluded coves around Alcudia, stopping off for swim breaks and snorkelling opportunities. Lunch is included, as well as a complimentary bar.
Club de Golf Alcanada
If golf is your thing, then Club de Golf Alcanada is your destination. This course is not only top class in terms of the sport itself, but the setting is simply stunning, with the sea as a backdrop and a view of the lighthouse; you might be torn between taking photos and playing the sport!