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Historic Temperatures for 19th September in Pollensa

Average High 25°C (77°F)
Record High 30°C (86°F) (2014)
Average Low 15°C (59°F)
Record Low 10°C (50°F) (2005)

The town of <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Pollensa is in northern Mallorca also known as Majorca and is the capital city of the Balearic Islands located in the western Mediterranean Sea.  The currency of Mallorca is euro. Pollensa is filled with character, with its narrow streets and artistic vibe that runs through the town.  Pollensa has developed a strong artistic culture, consisting of fine galleries and art shops over the years.  There is also an annual musical festival called the âfestival of Pollensaâ founded by a Violinist called Philip Newman and each summer performers arrive from different countries all over the world.  The resort of Pollensa is one of Mallorcaâs best, boasting a yacht club, marina, superb beach, main square called the Placa Major and promenades.  It has a relaxed atmosphere with sights of the bay and hills in the background.  Also on the island is the well known land mark of Via Crucis which begins with steps totalling 350 to 400, leading to the statute of Mare Deu Del Peu De La Creu (mother of god at the foot of the cross).<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

The weather in Pollensa is an ideal Mediterranean climate of hot / dry summers with mild winters, maintaining average highs of 300C throughout the summer and rarely falling below 100C in the winter.  Pollensa has a great sandy beach and is a great holiday destination for families with children.  The horseshoe shaped bay is set against the tramutana mountain range.  It is a great place for those who enjoy just the weather or nature and sport combined, as people are seen enjoying biking, golf, mountain climbing and hill walking along with water sports in the Port of Pollensa.  You can look at the weather averages which provide a weather forecast to give you a good idea of when the best time to book your holiday would be.

Pollensa weather is typically fine and dry across all seasons and rain is rare with the most rainfall usually seen in the month of October.  The months of May through to October are great for sunbathing and the months of October through to April are great for outdoor activities such as golf.  The resort provides a consistent climate throughout the year.

The average monthly temperatures for each season are as follows:


In spring the highest average daytime temperature is 240C and the lowest average evening temperature is 120C.  The highest temperature recorded in spring is 340C in the month of May and the lowest temperature recorded is 50C in the month of March.  In spring Pollensa is well known for visitors enjoying its mountain walks and bird watching with migrant birds pausing en route for Africa.


In summer the highest average daytime temperature is 300C and the lowest average evening temperature is 160C.  The highest temperature recorded in summer is 410C in the months of June and August and the lowest recorded is 80C in the months of June and July.  The most popular time to visit Pollensa is in the summer as temperatures rarely fall below 100C and remains around 300C so going to the beach to sunbathe and water sports are perfect in this weather.  In the summer you need to look out for local holidays as this can mean places can be shut.  Early booking of your holiday to Pollensa is essential during this season as this resort has become one of Europeâs prime holiday destinations.


In autumn the highest average temperature is 280C and the lowest average evening temperature is 80C.  The highest temperature recorded in autumn is 380C in the month of September and the lowest recorded is -10C in the month of November.   There are no real stormy showers in autumn but there is rain.  Again autumn is a great time for birdwatchers as Mallorca is home to rare birds which are difficult to see in the rest of Europe and there are several great bird watching spots which are ideal combined with the autumn weather.  The temperature also makes it a perfect time for activity holidays.  This is a quieter time of the year but businesses are still open giving visitors a good opportunity to meet the locals and enjoy the surroundings at leisure.


In winter the highest average temperature is 160C and the lowest average evening temperature is 40C.  The highest temperature recorded in winter is 240C in the months of December and February.  The lowest recorded is -30C in the month of December.  Weather in the winter is mild and wet.  The warm winter here with the low rain fall makes it ideal for cyclists and the British Cycling National Team visit here annually in the winter.

Mallorcaâs weather is shaped by the sea which is deep, calm and warm, and regulates the islandâs climate, as the temperature of the sea bed never drops below 130C.  The islandâs sea breeze is called the embat which is the wind that is formed locally and is the result of the daily heating of the land in contrast with the sea temperatures which also affect the climate so it is a good idea to check the weather forecasts before you book and be aware of any weather influences.

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