Mallorca in July is what one would expect to see in a typical tourist haven.
It is warm and dry, making its beaches prime real estate for many tourists' beach chairs and blankets. Doing nothing except enjoying the sea is the way many of the nearly 10 million visitors who come to Mallorca choose to spend a day or two.
The beaches in the north and the south, in addition to the many more private coves, offer plenty of beach space for sunbathing and splashing about in the big blue sea.
For more adventurous visitors, Mallorca offers water skiing, snorkelling, diving, wind surfing, and sailing. There are resorts such as S'Arenal that come highly recommended from previous visitors which will offer more exclusivity than public beaches.
Those visiting during July will have the opportunity to see the Parade of the Bulls, similar to the traditional running of the bulls, toward the end of the month. In this display, a large bull is placed in the street and brave souls get as close to it as they dare.
Parade of the bulls, Mallorca.
July is mid-summer for Mallorca, seeing average temperatures of 76°F (24.4°C).
The average low temperature drops down to only 65°F (18°C) at night, making it a comfortable time to enjoy the many restaurants and bars that make up Mallorca's exciting night life.
The average high temperature during the day is 88°F (31°C), a sun-worshiper's dream.
At 71.96°F (22.2°C), the average sea temperature is now comfortable for all swimmers, since it never really got all that cold to start with.
The average precipitation during July is practically nothing, at 0.16" (4 mm) coming on only about 1 day out of the entire month.
In addition, July boasts the most hours of daylight of any month in Mallorca, with 11.5.