Santa Ponsa Weather September Averages, Spain
- Temperature 21°C 70°F
- High Temperature 26°C 79°F
- Low Temperature 16°C 61°F
- Day Temperature 23.6°C 74°F
- Night Temperature 22.1°C 72°F
- Sunshine Hours 7 hours
- Rainfall 50 mm
- Rainfall Days 5 days
- Sea Temperature 25°C 77°F
What's the weather like in Santa Ponsa in September?
The glorious summer weather continues in September in Santa Ponsa and in Majorca, Spain. The climate remains hot and sunny throughout the month. There is, however, a slight dip in temperatures following the peak Mediterranean heat of July and August, making the climate far more pleasant and bearable. This is still high season in Santa Ponsa, so you will see some crowds on the beach. Make sure you protect your skin with a decent SPF and stay out of the sun during the hottest hours of the day to prevent sunburn.
The average temperature in September is a very comfortable 21°C. Although it's a four-degree drop compared with August, it is still perfect weather to hit the beach. September is the fourth-warmest month of the year, after August, July and June. Those four months are also the only months that experience a daily average temperature that's above 20°C. In September, the evening and nights are pleasantly warm with an average temperature of 16°C. The afternoon temperatures are still hot and average 26°C. Both the low and high temperatures decrease in the course of the month. September the 1st is the warmest day of the month with a nighttime low of 18°C and a daytime high of 29°C; September 30 is the coolest day with a low of 15°C and a high of 25°C. The Mediterranean Sea is warmer than the air temperature in September. The sea temperature averages 25°C, only one degree below the annual maximum of 26°C in August. The sea will remain warm enough to swim through October.
Although the temperatures remain warm to hot, September sees a huge spike in rainfall. The total amount of rainfall is 50mm, spread out over 5 days. This is the second-highest total amount of rainfall in the whole yearnly October is wetter. The fact that there are still only 5 days of rainfall, however, means that rain occurs in heavy showers. There still are 25 dry days! The likelihood of precipitation increases greatly in the course of the month. September 1 is the driest day with a 22% chance of rain, while September 30, with a 33% chance of rain, is the wettest day. Thunderstorms are the most likely type of precipitation this month. They happen on 49% of the days with rainfall. Moderate rain comes in second, occurring on 27% of those days. Drizzle and light rain are observed on respectively 11% and 10% of the rainy days.
Cloud cover increases significantly as wellithout any doubt related to the increase in rainfall. In the course of September, cloud cover increases from 29% to 37%. September is still a sunny month though. The sky is clear or mostly clear 58% of the time in September and is partly cloudy 25% of the time. It's overcast only 11% of the time.
The length of the days gradually decreases in the course of September. September 1 is the longest day with 13.02 daylight hours; September 30 is the shortest with 11.48 hours of daylight. This means that any day in September is 2.5 minutes shorter than the day before.
Santa Ponsa Hotels for September
Vista Club Apartments is a complex of modern apartments about 300 metres from the resort's centre. The complex consists of 6 buildings and 102 rooms, two swimming pools, a bar, solarium, snack bar, games room, breakfast restaurant and laundry facilities. The children's entertainment team will keep your little ones occupied during the day, while you soak up some sun next to the pool or take part in some of the other activities on offer. Night time entertainment is offered as well and is a perfect way to finish off a wonderful vacation day.
The Fergus Style Cala Blanca Suites is a design hotel next to Santa Ponsa Beach overlooking beautiful Cala Blanca Beach. Accommodation is available as suites, including some of the most exclusive and luxurious on the Santa Ponsa coast. This high-end hotel features fine dining, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, spa services, room service, a children's pool, and a pool bar, coffee bar and buffet restaurant. Cyclists can safely store their bikes in the indoor parking and even use the repairing and washing stationycling jerseys can be washed in the laundry room.
Santa Ponsa Beach in September
Measuring no less than 1.5 kilometres long and 100 metres wide, Santa Ponsa Beach is the main beach in the resort. This huge beach consists of soft golden sand and blue water and its high standard is reflected in its Blue Flag status and prestigious Q Award. A beautiful promenade separates the beach from the pine woods, hills and accommodations behind. Facilities include a tourist information office, toilets, showers, a first-aid centre, beach bars, restaurants and shops.
Bars and Restaurants
The Crown Bar is one of the oldest British bars in Santa Ponsa. It's located only a ten-minute walk from the town centre in 'the Square'. From May to October, there's a kids' show in the early evening and an artist or band later at night. This is the place to go for a casual drink, to watch British shows on TV, watch sports and participate in quizzes.
Another popular bar is the Scottish Corner. This fun restaurant has plenty of things to keep children occupied, such as a bouncy castle and ridesnd the breakfasts are amazing.
For a delicious burger visit Boston O'Brady's, the cowboy burger is a popular choice at this American style restaurant. There are vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options on offer here. The family friendly restaurant serves mains such as steak, ribs and the 'man vs food' challenge is always a fun one to try if you are extra hungry and feeling brave.
No 8 Bar & Grill are popular for their yummy nachos and sweet desserts. The modern bar and grill provides a chilled out environment, with a wonderful selection of food. Try the gourmet burgers and appreciate the home-made salsa and healthy options on the menu. The restaurant live by the moto 'healthy eating, positive living' and this is reflected in the main dishes and childrens menu. Outdoor seating, high chairs, wheelchair access and delivery are all perks of this place.
Things to do in Santa Ponsa in September
After you've spend several days on the beach, you might want to do something different for a change. So what about a hot air balloon ride? There really is nothing better than going on an early morning hot air balloon excursion over Majorca. Seeing the gorgeous landscape of the island, with its coastline, mountains and tiny villages, will without a doubt be a travel experience that you'll remember for the rest of your life.
Santa Ponsa is also an excellent resort for all those people who want to play golf whilst on their holiday. The area has three major golf courses that provide excellent facilities. A round of golf in Spain is bound to be an enjoyable experience, as you can put away in the glorious summer sunshine. Beginners can enjoy a game too, with qualified instructors to provide lessons.
Santa Ponsa Jungle Parc is an action packed place to have fun in the forest. Take your kids to this exciting outdoor obstacle for a day to remember. There are 9 courses that consist of ladders, bridges, ropes and zip wires. The close by junior park is ideal for younger children so nobody gets left out on your family trip.
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