In November, tourists can get an authentic taste of Mallorca's culture and heritage.
Saint's Day is celebrated on the first day of this month. Many markets open up to sell food and crafts that are specific to this region. It is a time to remember and honour not just the patron saint of the island, but also for individuals to remember lost loved ones.
This common human experience can be shared by anyone who happens to be visiting during November.
In addition, Dijous Bo occurs later in the month. This is another type of thanksgiving celebration where employers especially set aside time to appreciate the climate, the soil, and the process of harvesting in general. To add an air of gaiety to the festivities, there is a series of music concerts.
November may be too cold for enjoying the beach, but it is certainly just right for enjoying the food and fun of the Mallorca night life. With many restaurants, bars, and cafés within walking distance of each other in the centre of the capital city, tourists do not even need to hire a taxi to get them from one exciting venue to the next.
Many people find November the perfect time to explore Cueveos de Drach, Mallorca's beautiful caves. Tourists are also quite comfortable biking around the city of Palma while taking in the sights.
Dragon caves of Mallorca.
The average temperature in the month of November is about 56.5°F (13.6°C).
The average low temperature can dip to 48°F (9°C).
The average high temperature can still reach up to 66°F (19°C).
The average sea temperature is 64.04°F (17.8°C) during this time of year.
The average precipitation is 1.7" (43.1 mm).
The average number of days per month with precipitation is 6.
The average hours of sunlight daily are down slightly to 6.