Cala dOr Weather April Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Cala d'Or in April
Once a small fishing village on the east coast of Majorca's, one of Spain's Balearic Islands, Cala d'Or is now a popular tourist destination in southern Europe, but still manages to keep its secluded and intimate feel. The resort provides relaxing holidays in the warm and sunny Mediterranean climate, ideal for those wanting to hit the beach and enjoy quiet evenings sipping cocktails by the sea.
More temperature increases in April as spring arrives in Cala d'Or. With temperatures ranging from an average low of 8°C in the nighttime to an average high of 19°C in the afternoon, be sure to pack T-shirts for the daytime, although light jackets may still be required to enjoy an evening outside. Both the high and low temperatures increase in the course of the month, respectively from 17°C to 19°C and from 5°C to 8°C. The average day temperature is 14°C, which is comparable to November.
Average Sea Temperature
Unfortunately, Cala d'Or tends to see a couple of months of freak rainfall during spring (well, who hasn't heard of April showers?) so precipitation on par with that of the earlier part of the year can be expected; that is about 30mm on average. There are also 11 days with precipitation, meaning that it stays dry for 19 days. The likelihood of experiencing rainfall on any given day averages 32% and doesn't change very much throughout the month. You are most likely to experience moderate rain, which occurs on 47% of the days with precipitation. Drizzle, light rain and thunderstorms may occasionally happen as wellach of those types is recorded on 17% of the rainy days.
Average Sunshine Hours
April sees one hour of sunshine per day more than the previous two months, the average now standing at 7 hours. These 7 hours of daily sunshine, combined with comfortable temperatures, offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities this month.
You can check the weather forecast for Cala d'Or here.
Cala d'Or Hotel in April
Located near the Cala Esmeralda seafront, just half a mile from the lively Cala d'Or town centre, is the Inturotel Cala Azul Park; a 3-star hotel surrounded by pine and palm trees. This hotel is a resort in itself, with a supermarket, gift shop, hair salon, mini golf, playground, fitness centre, swimming pool and spa on its premises. Rooms feature private bathrooms and kitchenettes, as well as stunning views over the sea. The two restaurants in the hotel, Es Farallo and Es Calo, offer live cooking and organise tapas nights and gala dinners. For drinks, guests can visit the beach bars, while the perfect evening meal can be had during a beach barbecue.
Bars and Restaurants
The whole family can enjoy an evening meal at Indiana Johns, a Thai, Indonesian and Indian restaurant that also serves up English classics and American-style desserts. This popular restaurant with an incredibly varied menu serves everything from apple pies and pancakes, to hamburgers and steaks, to Indian curries and Thai woks, to seafood and spareribs. There is both an indoor and outdoor seating area, which allows you to enjoy a meal no matter the weather!
Things to do in Cala d'Or in April
Mondrago Natural Park
Save the occasional downpour, April is the perfect month for outdoor activities in Majorca. Those who like to get out and about and enjoy a nice hike will be pleased to know that the Mondrago Natural Park is a marvellous place for hiking. Situated in the south of the island, a short drive from the resort, the park comprises crystal-clear water, gorgeous sand beaches, wetlands and coastal cliffs. The surrounding farmlands and rolling hills make the sheer variety in landscapes complete. This stunning natural park is a heaven for people who love hiking, snorkelling, swimming and picnicking.
Explore the Region
Visitors who aren't into hiking may want to opt for renting a car and exploring the region on four wheels. There are several beautiful destination a scenic drive from Cala d'Orxamples are Porto Cristo, Puerto Pollensa, Cap de Formentor, the fishing village of Cala Figuera and the monastery in San Salvador. Majorca isn't a big island and you can see most of its attractions in the timespan of the average holiday.