Majorca Weather July Averages, Spain
- Temperature 24°C 75°F
- High Temperature 29.4°C 85°F
- Low Temperature 21.9°C 71°F
- Day Temperature 27.2°C 81°F
- Night Temperature 24.4°C 76°F
- Sunshine Hours 13 hours
- Rainfall 6 mm
- Rainfall Days 1 days
- Sea Temperature 24°C 75°F
What's The Weather Like in Majorca in July?
Is Majorca Hot In July?
The average temperature begins at 23-24°C and slowly creeps up until it reaches 25°C at the end of the mont. Daily highs pea around the 30°C mark and daily lows are pretty constant at around 18°C.
Highest And Lowest Temperatures for July
The highest temperature ever recorded in Majorca in July is an impressive 44°C which occurred in 1994 in Muro this is the hottest temperature that has ever been recorded on the island since records began! The lowest is a cool 8°C.
Does It Rain In Majorca In July?
How Warm Is The Sea In Majorca In July?
In July, the average sea temperature is a pleasant 24°C, perfect for watersports, swimming and extended periods in the water.
Majorca Hotels in July
H10 Blue Mar Boutique Hotel
H10 Blue Mar Boutique Hotel is ideal for those wanting peace and relaxation as this hotel is only suitable for guests over the age of 16. With an outstanding beach front location and a wide variety of services including a spa and golf packages, you are sure to have a relaxing break here. All guest rooms offer all the essentials, even a Nespresso coffee machine and H10 robes and slippers. Enjoy wonderful food at the onsite hotel, or unwind over a drink at the hotel bar and chill out terrace.
Grupotel Playa Camp de Mar
Grupotel Playa Camp de Mar in Camp De Mar is ideal for couples and families looking for accommodation during their holiday in Majorca. Found close to the beach, this complex offers a number of individual rooms, double rooms and suites, ensuring there is something for everyone. Facilities include 24-hour reception, bicycle rental, restaurant, car rental, swimming pool, Whirlpool, WiFi, tennis court and entertainment.
Sis Pins Hotel
Sis Pins Hotel in Port de Pollensa is another popular choice when it comes to accommodation in Majorca. Guests can take advantage of a wealth of amenities and services, including café/bar, restaurant, babysitting, WiFi, private beachside terrace, swimming pool and bicycle hire.
Hotel Apartamentos Ivory Playa
Families and couples looking for accommodation for their holiday in Majorca should consider staying at the Hotel Apartamentos Ivory Playa in Alcudia. Guests can choose between 16 studios and 120 standard apartments, all of which come complete with free WiFi, bathroom, telephone, balcony, air conditioning, safe and TV. There are many facilities available, such as swimming pool, hair dressing, internet stations, car rental, buffet restaurant, bars and entertainment.
Iberostar Ciudad Blanca
Also in Alcudia, the Iberostar Ciudad Blanca is perfect for couples and families. Offering a selection of studios and apartments, this hotel features several bars and restaurants, swimming pools, internet café, kids' club, water sports, golf and hiking.
Hotel Riu Bonanza Park
When it comes to accommodation in Majorca, it doesn't get much better than the Hotel Riu Bonanza Park in Illetas. Accommodation is divided into guest rooms, double rooms, junior suites and villas and all guests can take advantage of the facilities which include restaurant, lounge bar, snack bar, swimming pools, games room and free WiFi.
Majorca Beach for July
Playa del Mago
If the weather is sunny and you want to get yourself an all-over tan, head to the Playa del Mago beach, just south of Magaluf. This bay is thought of as the very first naturist beach on the island and has fine white sand and clear shallow waters which are idea for swimming and snorkelling. Even though it's a small beach, there is a number of facilities available, including sun beds, sun shades and a beachside restaurant.
Located in the north west of Majorca, close to Sa Calobra, Cala Tuent is a shingle beach with fantastic views of the highest peak in the Balearic Islands Puig Major. The shallow clear waters provide the perfect conditions for snorkelling and swimming, although the lack of soft sand makes it less than ideal for families with young children. Although there are no facilities or services available onsite, there is a restaurant nearby which offers traditional Spanish cuisine.
Bars and Restaurants
Roland Restaurant is one of the most popular eateries in Porto Cristo, so making a reservation is a must. The kitchen is run by a German chef, who has added a touch of Germany to most dishes on the menu, creating a fusion of modern European flavours. Everything from the appetisers to the desserts is prepared freshly and with great skill.
Pirates Beach Bar & Grill
Carnivores won't want to miss the chance to visit the Pirates Beach Bar & Grill in Magaluf. Here you'll find a menu packed with hearty meat dishes prepared on a BBQ in front of your eyes. If there is someone in your group who doesn't fancy a meat-based dish, there is also a choice of vegetarian, fish, salad, pizza and pasta dishes.
If you want to be the star of the evening, head to Boston Bar in Magaluf. Every night this bar hosts a karaoke session, which is always popular with adults and children alike. On top of the singing, Boston Bar also features a resident compare and live entertainment every night.
Bar España in Palma is the place to go for an authentic Majorcan experience. This traditional bar offers a fantastic selection of beers and wines from all over Spain, as well as an extensive tapas menu. You'll find it in a side street, next to Placa Major, making it the ideal place to stop off for lunch whilst you're out shopping.
Things to do in Majorca in July
With such a great choice of excursions, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to a day out in Majorca. Open from 9am until 9pm, Experience Mallorca in Can Picafort offers ten different activities, including horse riding, caving, adventure trekking, coasteering and cliff jumping. A qualified guide will take you to your location and run through a safety briefing with you before you begin, to make sure you're fully clued up on what you need to do.
Pilar and Joan Miro Foundation
Art fans won't want to miss the chance to visit the Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation in Palma. Here you'll find a great collection of works donated by Miró in the form of drawings, paintings, documents, sculptures and other graphic works. You'll also have the opportunity to visit the studio and house where he lived and worked. This combined museum and art gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10am until 7pm and from 10am until 3pm on public holidays.
Copa Del Rey
The Copa Del Rey takes place across the last week of July and the first week of August July 28th until August 3rd in 2014 and is a must for boating enthusiasts. Held each year in the stunning Bay of Palma de Majorca, this exciting event features a festival-like atmosphere with live music, cafes, bars, food stalls and restaurants. The ever-loved boat racing makes this a great day out for the whole family to enjoy.