Sa Coma Weather July Averages, Spain

    Sa Coma Weather for July 2021

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

    July marks the second hottest month of the year for Sa Coma and is also the peak tourist season. This month does mark the driest time of the year for the region as well. With warm and dry conditions, now is the ideal time to visit as long as you don't mind being around many other people with the same idea. While it is a lovely time to visit the local beaches, do keep in mind that lines may be long and prices may be slightly higher.


    During this time of the year, the area only receives a mere 9mm of precipitation. Additionally, this rain only falls over a period of 4 days making most of the month dry and the chance of running into a passing shower very low. This month also sees the most sunshine of the year with an average of 13 hours of sunshine per day. This allows plenty of time to hit the beach and see the sites.


    For the month, the average daily temperature is a warm 24°C (75°F). Visitors will want to dress appropriately and pack shorts as well as breathable, lightweight clothing to battle the heat. The average daily afternoon high for the period is a warm 29°C (84°F). It will be important to also remember to pack plenty of sunscreen as a lot of time will be spent outdoors enjoying the warmth of the region. The average overnight low will only fall to 18°C (64°F). With such warm temperatures throughout the month, visitors will need to be certain to secure a hotel room or apartment that offers air conditioning.

    Sea Temperature

    This is also the perfect time of the year to visit the beach. The average water temperatures are a very warm 24°C (75°F). This is pleasant enough for the entire family to spend considerable time enjoying both the sand and surf.

    Hotels in Sa Coma in July

    Sentido Mallorca Palace

    Adults looking for a quiet get away will enjoy the peace and quiet of the adult-only Sentido Mallorca Palace. The beach of Sa Coma is just 250 meters away allowing guests an ideal spot to enjoy the sand and surf. Guests will get their fill of delicious food at the breakfast buffet as well as show cooking at night. There is also a poolside bar, lobby bar and piano bar to take advantage of as well.  The hotel features 99 double rooms and 15 suits to choose from and all are immaculately decorated and furnished.

    Protur Palmeras Playa

    The four-star Protur Palmeras Playa is a great choice for families who need some extra room or for those that just want to stretch out a little. All apartments have two rooms and come with all the features of home. The hotel offers guests free Wi-Fi, a gym, playground, pool, bar, buffet, a la cart restaurant and gardens. There is also entertainment geared toward all ages throughout the day and into the evening.

    Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel and Spa

    Located next to a natural park and only 300 meters from the beach, the four-star Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel and Spa is set among a tropical landscape that cannot be beaten in July. Guests can spend time relaxing next to two swimming pools or enjoy a drink next to the pool bar. Those staying at the hotel may choose to dine at Es Moli d'en Bou headed by the first Majorcan chef to be awarded a Michelin star. However, there are also plenty of other options that are also guaranteed to fit anyone's taste.

    Beaches in Sa Coma in July

    Sa Coma

    Luckily, one of the best beaches on the whole island is located in Sa Coma itself. The beach of Sa Coma is large and popular and a wonderful place for families to have some fun in the sun and enjoy water temperatures of 24°C (75°F). At 800 metres long and 30 metres deep, there is a plenty of room for visitors to enjoy the white sand and clear sea. Toilets are available and lifeguards are on duty as there are plenty of watersports to enjoy including diving and windsurfing. At lunch, there are also plenty of restaurants and pubs to choose from and grab a bite to eat.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Es Moli Den Bou

    For those looking for a romantic dinner out and an upscale meal, Es Moli Den Bou is the place to be. This exceptional dining experience is at the top of the class and guests can choose several options including the tasting menu that comes with wine pairings. With service that is second to none, the wait staff is very knowledgeable and willing to answer any and all questions. The food is amazingly delicious and is served like a work of art. This is a perfect spot for couples looking or an evening out.

    Delaney's Bar and Diner

    Visitors who want good food and good drinks in a fun and friendly atmosphere have got to try Delaney's Bar and Diner. Guests will certainly not go hungry thanks to the large portions of expertly prepared food. Some of the house favourites include ribs and hamburgers. The drinks are also always cold and poured by trained bartenders. The staff are friendly and there to meet guest's every needs.

    Bar Cafeteria

    For a good drink and some late night eats, one of the best areas in the region is Bar Cafeteria. With a mixture of both locals and tourists, guests are sure to make friends while enjoying a drink or two. The laid back atmosphere is warm and inviting and many guests will stay for some time.

    Things to do in Sa Coma in July

    Albatros Diving

    Now that the waters just offshore are warm enough to enjoy, scuba diving is a favourite activity around Sa Coma. Companies such as Albatros Diving not only offer diving courses, but also take guests out to see some of the best diving spots in the world. An incredible new world waits under the water and now is the best time to go exploring under the waves.

    Mallorca Balloons

    Since July is the driest time of year, now is also a great time to go on a hot air balloon ride. Mallorca Balloons allows guests to see the island from a different perspective. Ballooning is a fun way to soar 300 to 500 metres above the ground and enjoy an experience that won't soon be forgotten.

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