Alcudia Weather September Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Alcudia in September
September is a wonderful time to visit Alcudia, as you can still experience fantastic weather and warm temperatures, and evenings are starting to cool a little, with crowds a little less than the peak months of July and August.
You can expect an average temperature of around 21°C, which can reach a high of 26°C during the warmer days. Evenings are pleasant, with an average low around 16°C, making a night-time stroll a very comfortable experience.
Sunshine Hours and Sea Temperature
The sun certainly keeps shining in September, with an average of 10 hours of sunshine per day, and the beach is definitely still open right until the end of the month, with an average sea temperature of 25°C, enabling you to enjoy water-sports and splashing fun.
The difference in Alcudia in September is that rain begins to increase a little as the season comes to the end, with an average of 50mm throughout the month, which affects around 8 days. Despite this, the wall to wall sunshine for the rest of the time makes up for it!
Take a look at the weather forecast for Alcudia.
Alcudia Hotels in September
Piscis Hotel Adults-Only
If you're looking for romantic break in Alcudia with your significant other then choosing the Piscis Hotel Adults-Only is for you. This is, as the name suggests, an adults-only resort, and offers an all-inclusive holiday with everything you could ever need.
Apartmentos Ferrer Tamarindos
Alternatively, Apartamentos Ferrer Tamarindos offers a comfortable base, very close to the beach and the centre of town. This is small and cosy affair, perfect for a home from home feel.
Aucanada Club is a popular choice also, set in a residential area and giving you a more authentic view of Alcudia. There is an on-site spa and the property is around 10 minutes from the centre of town.
Alcudia Beaches for September
Sticking to Alcudia Beach itself means you don't have far to go from your hotel to anywhere else you want to see in the resort. The main stretch of beach is well stocked for your day on the sand, with sun loungers, parasols, and plenty of water-sports, such as paragliding and windsurfing, for example.
The calm waters are fantastic for swimming, with soft white sand to chill out on.
Bars and Restaurants
Restaurante La Cabana
Cocktails and good food should certainly be enjoyed during your stay in Alcudia, and the warm evening temperatures are great for sitting outside and enjoying the pleasant weather. Restaurante la Cabana offers all of that, with great service and a large menu of delicious rustic dishes. The paella here is particularly famed.
Bistro 1909 is the place to go for an upmarket experience, situated in the Old Town. Here you can try different wines, enjoy delicious food, and fantastic service. This is a restaurant which locals flock to, which is always a good stamp of quality.
Alternatively, Bon Profit is a tapas restaurant which also offers a full menu too, with great pasta dishes and seafood to try.
Things to do in Alcudia in September
Alcudia Jazz Festival
September is indeed a wonderful time to visit Alcudia, because crowds are slightly less than the two peak months beforehand, and temperatures are still wonderful, although not stifling. This is a great time to get out and sightsee, and if you are in Alcudia during September then you can take part in the annual Alcudia Jazz Festival, fantastic for music fans. Alternatively, there is a beer festival in Palma throughout September.
In Alcudia itself there is still plenty to keep everyone occupied in September, and if you have ever fancied trying your hand at kitesurfing, then Kite Mallorca offer high quality lessons with an experienced teacher, perfect for all abilities, from beginner to advanced. If you are an advanced surfer then you can hire equipment and head off on your own steam.
Staying out on the open water, how about a spot of deep sea fishing? This is a great activity regardless of whether you have tried it before or not, because experienced guides will help you learn along the way. Fishing in Mallorca are specialised in giant Bluefin tuna fishing, and the waters around the island are hotspots for this particular type of fish. Families are more than welcome, with special equipment for children too.
If a few hours of family fun are what you're after then head to the circus! Circo Alegria will guarantee laughs and wonderment for the children and adults alike, and is something a little different from the usual tourist fare you find in resorts during the summer months.