Santa Ponsa Weather May Averages, Spain
Santa Ponsa, located on the Balaeric island of Majorca in Spain, has the typical Mediterranean climate. May is spring time in Santa Ponsa, so you may expect a warm and pleasant climate. With summer just around the corner, the temperatures are likely to be heating up and it's not uncommon to see an unseasonably hot day at this time of the year.
There can still be some wet weather in May in Santa Ponsa, but any wet spells should clear up quickly and make way for hot and sunny weather once again. Temperatures can still be changeable, though, and sudden drops can result in a colder day, so it is best to pack layers to ensure you're always prepared, no matter what the weather feels like. The evenings also tend to be cooler, but still pleasant, so a light jacket may be necessary for an evening out.
The average temperature in May is a very comfortable 18°C, light years removed from the 9°C average that was observed in January and February. It's also four degrees warmer than it was in April, yet still quite a ways off the annual maximum average of 25°C in August. May is the first month of the year that the nighttime low temperature doesn't fall below 10°Ct now averages 12°C at night. During the day, the mercury rises to an average daily high of 23°C. Both temperatures increase significantly in the course of the month. The average low rises from 10°C to 14°C, while the average high increases from 21°C to 25°Cpending time on the beach is definitely an option in May, especially toward the end of the month. Even afternoon swims may be possible now. The sea temperature averages 18°C, exactly the same as the average air temperature.
May sees a slight drop in total rainfall compared with the previous few months, another sign that summer is approaching. The monthly total amount of precipitation is 30mm and there are 7 days of rainfall. May is the fourth-driest month of the year, after June, July and August. The first part of the month is the wettest by fart dries up toward the end of the month. May 1 has a 31% chance of rainfall, while May 31 only has a 22% chance, a significant decrease. Moderate rain is observed on 42% of all days with rainfall. Thunderstorms are the second-most likely type of precipitation, occurring on 21% of the rainy days. Light rain and drizzle happen respectively on 19% and 15% of the days with rainfall.
After half a year of pretty constant cloud cover, the skies start to become sunnier in May. The percentage of cloud cover decreases from 41% to 34% in the course of the month. In May, the sky is clear 51% of the time on average and overcast only 15% of the time. The length of the days gradually increases throughout the month. May 1 is the shortest day of the month with 13.53 daylight hours and May 31 is the longest with 14.46 hours of daylight.
This decrease in cloud cover and lengthening of the days are responsible for the increase in daily sunshine hours. The average day in May has 11 hours of sunshine, which makes it the fourth-sunniest month of the year, after the three following months.
If you like to play golf, you will definitely want to stay at Hotel Golf Santa Ponsa, located smack-bang in the middle of golf course Santa Ponsa I. This four-star accommodation lies only three minutes from Santa Ponsa Bay and is rather small, which gives it a cozy atmosphere. There are only 10 double rooms and 2 suites. If you choose to stay there, you will be entitled to a 40% discount on the green fee of the golf course. In addition to the golf course, there are a large swimming pool, extensive gardens, a breakfast buffet served in the outdoor garden terrace, and a bar. The Santa Ponsa Country Club lies about 150 metres from the hotel and has a spa, fitness centre and tennis courts.
The Hotel TRH Jardin del Mar is possibly one of the greatest places you could stay at in Santa Ponsa. It has 199 apartments and overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. It's located within easy access of a cove, while the main beaches and town centre lie about 700 metres away. All apartments come with a kitchenette, bathroom, fridge, lounge area and a balcony or terrace. Facilities include an indoor and outdoor pool, pool bar, spa, restaurant, children's playground, fitness centre, a solarium terrace and a games room. You can fuel up at the extensive breakfast buffet before spending the day on the beach, in the sea or in the countrysidehere's a bike rental service as well.
There are a few beautiful beaches in and around Santa Ponsa, some busier than others, some more secluded than others. The main beach is Santa Ponsa Beach, located in the very heart of the town. It'll still be fairly quiet in May, but in the peak summer months it gets overrun by holiday-makers and sun-seekers. Other smaller and a bit more quiet beaches are Pellicer Beach, Castellot Beach and Cala Blanca, which is situated near the Costa de la Calma. Water sports can be done at the main beach and range from jet skiing and paragliding to pedal boating and banana boating.
If you're looking for a night out in Santa Ponsa, there's plenty to do. In addition the many quieter areas, the town has a vibrant and exciting nightlife. With a number of bars, pubs and clubs in the area, you will find plenty to do on a night out in Santa Ponsa.
One of such pubs is Sean's Place, established as early as 1984 and one of the very first places to offer live music. Live music can be enjoyed every single evening from 10pm until early in the morning. The pub is also open in the afternoon and is a fun place to stop and grab a drink.
The weather in May allows to spend time on the beach and in (or on) the sea. A very popular water activity, one that has gained popularity in the past couple of years, is stand-up paddle boarding. There's nothing quite like literally standing on the Mediterranean Sea while gliding your way along the coastline. It's a fantastic way to enjoy the beautiful scenery while at the same time getting some exercise.
A fun land-based activity, on the other hand, is the excursion to La Reserva del Puig de Galatzo. Located in the stunning Tramuntana Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this nature reserve is one of the most beautiful areas on the island of Majorca and offers great hiking. Highlights include waterfalls, wildlife, caves and spectacular views.
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