Best Time To Visit Mallorca
February 22, 2021

Best Time To Visit Mallorca

While many travellers head to Mallorca in the summer months, thanks to its mild winters with pleasant temperatures, the picturesque island makes for an excellent year-round destination. While the charming island enjoys sunshine around 300 days of the year, we understand that everyone's ideal holiday looks slightly different. If you're considering one of our luxury Mallorca villa rentals, but you're undecided on when to visit, we're on hand to help you make the right decision. 

While some of the resorts wind down come winter, you can rest assured Mallorca has plenty to offer every month of the year. Thanks to plenty of cultural attractions, eateries and bars, there's lots to fill your itinerary. From hiking in the picturesque Torrent de Pareis or coasteering along the island's rugged coast to wine tasting and partying the night away at the iconic Tito's, you won't be short of things to do in Mallorca.  

Plus, when you choose one of our luxury Mallorca villa rentals, we'll bring the action to you. From pop-up cinemas and private chefs to tennis courts and impressive swimming pools, you can count on us to ensure you enjoy the best experience, all year round. Trust us, from Sòller and Pollensa to the island’s capital of Palma, the welcoming island has much to offer. 

Visiting Mallorca in Spring 

Between the months of March and May, you can expect low rainfall and warm weather, with temperatures ranging from around 17 to 24 degrees. In April and May, you can expect around 10 hours of sunshine every day, making it an excellent time to explore Mallorca's white-sand beaches minus the summer crowds. The mild temperatures make Spring a superb time for those who enjoy an active holiday. Whether it's early mornings on the tennis courts or afternoons taking on Mallorca's bike trails, the Mediterranean's spring climate is perfect for active travellers.  

Spring will also see any restaurants, bars and attractions that closed for winter open their doors once again. If you plan to visit the island during Semana Santa (Easter Week), you'll get the chance to experience colourful processions and street parties throughout the island. 

Semana Santa is a religious festival and one of Spain's most traditional festivals in the calendar. The week-long celebration occurs in cities all over Spain as floats crying religious statues are brought to the church while marching bands and crowds line the streets. If you're looking to experience traditional Spanish culture, Semana Santa is precisely that. 

Visiting Mallorca in Summer 

Mallorca enjoys long sunny days, balmy evenings, warm waters, and blue skies between June and August. Sounds blissful, doesn't it? During the summer months, temperatures range between 27 and 30 degrees, and visitors can bask in as many as 12 hours of sunshine every day. While the peak-season sees crowds lock to the larger resorts, our luxury villas offer you the best of both worlds as you'll enjoy your very own private haven. 

The summer months provide a jam-packed calendar of events made up of outdoor music festivals, and the Mediterranean's biggest sailing regatta, the Copa del Rey. 

Visiting Mallorca in Autumn 

If a laid-back getaway is on the agenda, September and October are the perfect months for those chilled days on the beach and by the pool. As temperatures reach highs of 23 degrees, the sea remains warm enough for a dip. Much like Spring, Autumn is an excellent time to explore the great outdoors while enjoying a more slow-paced Mallorca. While October is the rainiest season, rainfall is typically concentrated in heavy showers as opposed to constant rainfall throughout the day. 

For the art lovers, September marks Palma's Nit de l'Art event which sees the capital's galleries and museums open their doors to visitors free of charge with plenty of exhibitions to discover.  

Visiting Mallorca in Winter

Mallorca is mild and bright between the months of December and February with temperatures sitting around 16 degrees. While snow can be common up in the mountains, it rarely settles on the ground. While you might expect the island to shut down for the winter, city breaks and walking holidays are very much on the agenda during the cooler months. 

February is a perfect time for nature lovers to visit as the island's almond trees blossom making the valleys between Sòller and Palma look as if they're dusted with snow. Mallorca is said to have around four million almond trees which were planted by an Arab king for his Scandinavian lover who missed the winter snowfall in her home country.  

To us, there is no bad month to visit the enchanting island of Mallorca. Whether you opt to beat the crowds or decent on the island in the height of summer, our luxury villas will serve as the perfect base for you to explore the island and fall in love with its charm. Whether you want to be within easy reach of Palma's vibrant nightlife or a rural Finca in the hills is on the agenda, Dynamic Lives will bring you the very best accommodation the island has to offer. 

The beauty of booking your getaway with Dynamic Lives is that our professional, knowledgeable and discreet staff can build your perfect escape from the ground up. Whether we're securing a VIP table at the island's best restaurants and clubs or arranging a private charter for a day at sea, you can trust us to bring you the best of Mallorca whatever the season. 

When you combine our first-class accommodation, second to none customer service and the undeniable charm of Mallorca, you're sure to create memories that last a lifetime. If you're ready to realise your dream getaway to Mallorca, get in touch today and allow us to do what we do best.  

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