|Ave Daily High F||57||59||62||66||71||79||84||84||80||73||65||59|
|Ave Daily High C||14||15||17||19||21||26||29||29||27||23||18||59|
|Ave Daily Low F||43||44||46||51||55||62||67||68||65||57||50||46|
|Ave Daily Low C||6||7||8||10||13||16||19||20||18||14||10||8|
|Sunbathing / Swimming|
|How to use this table|
|Majorca is not really the ideal winter destination: daytime highs approach 60 F (15 C), mild in comparison to northern European winters but defintely not sunbathing weather. If you are interested in outdoor activities or sports it's far better to wait until mid March or April for more clement temperatures. If it's the beach you're after then the prime time for Majorca is June through September. Some days in May and October will also be plenty warm enough for sunbathing but May can also see cooler days and there can be some quite heavy showers in October. In fact autumn is the wettest time of the year despite temperatures still being quite warm. May through August is the best time to be assured of seeing plenty of sunshine with an average of over 10 hours a day. Nights can get quite cool in winter and we would recommend taking some warmer clothing anytime between December and March. Summer nights however rarely get too hot for sleep and air-conditioning in your accommodation is not absolutely necessary even in midsummer.|
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