Monthly Weather In Detail
What Is The Weather In Magaluf Like?
June sees average daily highs of 27°C with July and August both averaging 31°C. However, September is less extreme at 28°C. Consequently, nighttime temperatures never drop below 15°C in summer, allowing you to be outside virtually all day (and night, if you wish). Hence sun cream and a hat are a necessity and in the peak months you may not even be able to handle the heat of the midday sun. Likewise, as the average temperature in the peak months ranges around 24°C and 25°C, temperatures can occasionally soar up toward 40°C in the afternoons. In conclusion, in these temperatures, pool and sea dips become essential.
As June and September enjoy similar temperatures to the two peak summer months, but receive far fewer tourists, some holiday-makers may prefer the moderate days of these months to the scorching summer proper.
From June to September, Magaluf basks in daily sunshine, with up to 12 or 13 hours of sunshine per day in the peak summer months, and temperatures in the mid-20s and 30°Cs. However, you may be met with the occasional summer thunderstorm, but these are generally short-lived and can actually prove welcome as a cooling break from the summer heat.
In Magaluf, the beach is the place to see and be seen and the sea temperature in the region stays relatively warm year round. Averaging 21°C in June and moving up to a bath-like 26°C in August, water sports can be enjoyed all year round.
Magaluf receives little rain all year round and will generally be fine and dry across the seasons, although October sees the greatest average rainfall. Subsequently, July and August are by far the driest months, both receiving only 10mm of rainfall. Also from June through September, there aren’t more than 20 days with precipitation, which leaves about an incredible 100 dry days. So if you didn’t realise it yet, summer is prime sunbathing and swimming season in Magaluf.