Sa Coma Weather August Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 25.5°C 78°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 32°C 90°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 19°C 66°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 20 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 6 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 26°C 79°F

    Sa Coma Weather for August 2021

    What's the weather like in Sa Coma in August?

    August is the hottest month of the year for Sa Coma and visitors flock to the region during this time of the year to enjoy all that the city and island has to offer. The only blip to a holiday during this month is that it is not as dry as the previous one. However, any rain showers are likely to be short-lived and won't play too large of a role in disrupting a holiday in the area.

    Temperature

    While it is warm throughout the entire month, visitors will still want to consult an extended forecast before leaving home. The average daily afternoon high for this time of the year is a very warm 30°C (86°F). However, this warmth can be tempered somewhat by the breezes that come off the nearby ocean. Additionally, the region can be a lot cooler than other spots in Spain during the same time period. The average overnight low is a mild 19°C (66°F). Throughout the day, the average daily temperature is 25°C (77°F).

    Sea Temperature

    Sea surface temperatures are also the warmest of the year during the month. The sea is almost like bathwater with an average temperature of 26°C (79°F). With waters like this, all day can be spent in the sea thanks to a number of water sports that are offered in the region.

    Rain

    Rainfall amounts are slightly higher than they were in the previous month, but it is still not too much cause for concern when planning a holiday during this time period. The average rainfall for the month is 20mm. This rain is expected to fall over a period of 6 days. As a result, much of the month remains on the dry side allowing visitors to take advantage of the region's opportunities. The average amount of sun also remains high with 12 hours of sunshine on a daily basis.

    Hotels in Sa Coma in August

    Hipotels Marfil Playa

    With 162 rooms all offering spectacular views of the water, the four-star Hipotels Marfil Playa is an excellent choice for those taking an August vacation. The hotel offers all of the amenities to make anyone feel like it is a home away from home. Guests can enjoy a wide array of local and international dishes on the buffet or opt for the all-inclusive option and enjoy a wide array of snacks and a wide range of beverages. Additionally, the hotel offers a pool, gym, sauna, squash courts and free Wi-Fi.

    Protur Vista Badia Aparthotel

    The four star Protur Vista Badia Aparthotel offers 250 one-bedroom apartments that are located just 350 meters off the beach. Also nestled next to a natural park, there is a lot to like about this hotel that will meet the needs of children and adults. The hotel offers guests the choice between all-inclusive, half board or just room accommodations only.  The hotel offers a buffet restaurant with a varied menu and different buffets throughout the day. Additionally, there is a poolside snack bar so guests never have to leave the sunshine.

    Protur Safari Park Aparthotel

    Protur Safari Park Aparthotel is the perfect choice for those who need a little more space and are traveling with a large group. The hotel features both apartments and double rooms that feature interconnecting doors allowing family members to move freely between them. Guests can enjoy the sunshine along two pools, including one that is heated and contains a retractable roof. On the rare occasion the weather doesn't cooperate, the hotel also has an indoor pool and Jacuzzi. Other amenities include a gym, children's playground, gardens, pool bar, lounge bar and buffet restaurant.

    Beaches in Sa Coma in August

    Cala Barca

    Just a short drive from Sa Coma is one of the best spots on the island for those interested in snorkelling and scuba diving. Cala Barca is a small beach of only 35 metres long by 25 metres deep, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in other ways. Full of golden sand, the beach is surrounded by pine and oak trees.

    Thanks to its sheltered nature, it is popular not only with divers and snorkelers, but also with families who don't want to contend with large waves. There are showers and toilets, but no lifeguarding service. However, this is a great spot to take advantage of the warmest sea surface temperatures of the year.

    Bars and Restaurants 

    Beachside

    True to its name, Beachside is a great spot to stop into before or after hitting the nearby beach. A great spot for breakfast or lunch, guests are able to grab a quick bite before heading back into the sun. The menu includes soups and sandwiches and all are served at decent prices. This is a good spot to take the kids for a quick bite while enjoying the region.

    Cafe de la Mar

    Café de la Mar is the perfect spot for both couples and families looking to enjoy a nice night out. Rated as one of the best restaurants in the city, the menu has a wide range of food for any taste. Some of the favourites include the Spanish dishes as well as the barbeque. Guests are able to get good portions for their money in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

    Palace Q

    Palace Q is known as one of the largest and most popular nightclubs in Cala Millor. With several levels for the crowd to spread out on, the overall vibe is a casual one where guests can hit the dance floor and dance until the morning hours. The music is a mix of international hits and Spanish and can stay open until dawn during the summer months

    Things to do in Sa Coma in August

    Mallorca Wine Tours

    Since August is the hottest month of the year, what better way to cool down than with a cold glass of wine? Mallorca Wine Tours offers a wide variety of tours at numerous different price points. Guests may choose a VIP tour, bike and wine tour or a helicopter wine tour just to name a few. These tours are great to do as a couple or with friends and family.

    Soller

    This is also the time of the year when it's worth taking a trip to the city of Soller. A city festival culminates in the final evening of Gran Nit del Foc where people come dressed as demons and there are fireworks going off throughout the night. Another tradition is to jump into the fountain to wet your clothes and let the fireworks shower down on top of you, though this may be one to watch rather than partake in.

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