Majorca Weather April Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like in April in Majorca?
How Warm Is Majorca In April?
In April the average temperature begins at around 12-13°C and slowly rises as the month advances until it climbs up to 15-16°C in the final few days. I
Is It Good To Go To Majorca in April?
Majorca can be a good option for an April holiday break, with warm temperatures and plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.
Highest and Lowest April Temperatures In Majorca
The highest temperature ever recorded for April in Majorca is 29°C, with the lowest ever temperature being -1°C.
Does It Rain In Majorca In April?
ith around 42mm of rainfall spread across nine days throughout the month, there's a small chance you'll experience some precipitation during your holiday.
Can You Swim In The Sea In Majorca In April?
At 16°C, the average sea temperature in Majorca in April is quite cool, despite the intense humidity.
Sunshine Hours And Foggy Days In April
There is an average of 10 hours of sunshine each day in Majorca in Apri. Despite the daily sunshine, there are approximately four foggy days throughout April.
Majorca Hotels in April
Hotel Miramar in Puerto de Pollensa is perfect for couples and families looking for accommodation during their holiday in Majorca. This award-winning hotel offers a number of amenities, including swimming pool, spa, gym, WiFi, excursion booking, car hire, bars and restaurant.
Mar Calma Hotel
Also in Puerto de Pollensa, Mar Calma Hotel is another popular choice and offers 17 twin rooms, two single rooms and one suite. Guests can dine at the snack bar for breakfast, lunch and dinner and can take advantage of the free WiFi, beautician services, car rental and laundry service.
If you're on a tight budget, the Sotavento Apartments in Magaluf might be just what you're looking for. Here you'll find a selection of one- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gym, supermarket, internet access, games room and free parking.
Vanity Suites Hotel & Spa
Vanity Suites Hotel & Spa in Cala Mesquida is ideal for couples seeking a romantic break. Just a short distance away from the beach, this hotel features landscaped gardens, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, bars, restaurants and a spa. Several golf packages are also available to guests.
When it comes to accommodation in Majorca, Paraiso Aparthotel in Sa Coma is a popular three star hotel close to the beach. Facilities include a buffet restaurant, swimming pool, family entertainment, free WiFi and kids' club, as well as an all-inclusive option.
Majorca Beaches for April
Cala d'Or Beach is a fantastic place to spend a day if the weather is warm and sunny. This Blue Flag bay is ideal for swimming and snorkelling, thanks to its gentle, clear waters. You'll find a small selection of facilities available here, including sun beds, parasols and some water sports. This beach gets very busy during the summer months, making April one of the best times to visit.
El Toro Beach
If you want to have a go at diving, visit El Toro beach where you'll find the Mar Balear dive centre at Port Adriano. The Marine Reserves here are full of marine life and sea grass, making them a top location for diving. If you'd rather soak up the sun on the beach, you'll be pleased to hear that the warm soft sand is perfect for lounging on and there is a great choice of supermarkets, shops and restaurants nearby.
Bars and Restaurants
Miti Di Palma Restaurant
When it comes to modern European dining, it doesn't get much better than Miti Di Palma Restaurant & Lounge Bar in Playa de Palma. Here you'll find an extensive menu packed with traditional dishes, each with a modern twist. There is also a comprehensive wine menu available, with something to suit each meal perfectly.
Cafe de la Mar
Restaurante Café de la Mar in Sa Coma is another popular place for dining in Majorca. Just a short walk away from the beach, this eatery offers a fantastic selection of fresh seafood, grilled meats and daily specials. Everything is cooked to order, so there may be a short wait for your meal, although everyone is offered a complimentary appetiser of bread and olives after ordering.
Tim's Bar in Port d'Andratx is a popular bar located on the harbour front. Here you'll find a great selection of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails, as well as complimentary WiFi. Each Saturday, the chill out bar adopts a nightclub atmosphere and plays dance music until the early morning.
Things to do in Majorca in April
Serre de Tramuntana
Serra de Tramuntana is one of the most popular attractions in Majorca and is a must for nature lovers. This mountain range is a UNESCO world heritage site on the northwest coast of the island and can be explored by car or on foot. During the winter months there is a chance that the roads and pathways will be covered in snow, but you shouldn't have to worry about this in April. Instead, you'll get to see plants and flowers blooming and may even get to see goats grazing on the land.
Ancient Roman Ruins
History buffs won't want to miss the chance to visit Pollentia a collection of ancient Roman ruins in Alcudia. Make sure you climb the Calvari Steps to see the amazing panoramic views from the top don't forget your camera. As well as the ruins, there is also a small church to see and a few cafes in the area. The village itself is very hilly with lots of steps, so make sure you're wearing sturdy footwear and be prepared for plenty of walking.
April events in Majorca
4th April 2020 to 5th April 2020
Towards the end of the month, the rural towns of Majorca celebrate the coming of Spring with agricultural fairs featuring livestock, family entertainment and art and crafts. The Sunday is the traditional 'Fira', the traditional Mallorcan country fair. Previous years' highlights include the Wine Fair in Pollenca and Sepia Fair in Alcudia, a sea and food festival devoted to sepia (cuttlefish). A parade of majorcan 'giants' also takes place around Easter across the island, as well as 'Firo' day in Santa Maria del Cami, which highlights the importance of protecting the environment.
Semana Santa Holy Week
5th April 2020 to 12th April 2020
Semana Santa Holy Week celebrates the arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem and is acknowledged across the island. Blessings take place on Palm Sunday, and a procession leaves the church of La Sang (Iglesia de Sant Crist de la Sang) in Palma on Maundy Thursday. If you're near the town of Felanitx, look out for "Davallament", or Deposition - this popular religious ceremony takes place on Good Friday in the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador.
10th April 2020
Good Friday is celebrated with a special mass in all churches across Majorca. Many churches hold special services where local children and youth groups come together to re-enact scenes from the bible to commemorate the death and birth of Jesus Christ. Good Friday also marks the impressive "Davallament" held at the Calvari of PollenÃ§a. This procession centred around a depiction of dead Jesus descends Calvari hill down 365 stone steps. The "Davallament" events in the Sant Salvador enclosure of ArtÃ and in Felanitx, plus the procession in Sineu and the celebrations which take place at the Lluc Sanctuary, are also well worth catching if you can.
12th April 2020
Easter Sunday is celebrated throughout Spain and the Balaeric Islands, with Majorca being no exception. Churches throughout Majorca hold several services throughout the day. On subsequent days, pilgrimages to some of the island's shrines take place, followed by large communal picnics. This event is known as 'Los Pancaritats'. In Palma city, the Sunday after Easter Sunday, there is a festive day called Angel Sunday held at the Bellver Castle. Be sure to enjoy typical Easter treats such as "panades" (meat pies), "robiols" and "crespells" (sweet pastries).
Burial of The Sardine in Son Carrio
18th April 2020
The ceremonial burial of The Sardine is one of the final religious celebrations before Lent begins. The burial is usually held in Son Carrio and is a very popular ceremony celebrated in Spain and the Balaeric Islands. The "burials" generally consist of a traditional carnival parade that re-enacts a funeral procession with the burning of a symbolic figure, usually a representation of a sardine. Traditionally, there's barbecued sardine tasting, too. The event date can change so check online and look out for any posters to check for the correct date.
Festa Sant Francesc
23rd April 2020
On April 2nd locals all over Majorca celebrate the Festa Sant Francesc in honour of St Francis. The Festa Sant Jordi is held on April 23rd, and like the Festa Sant Francesc, is a feast day of the patron saint recognised in many towns and villages across the island with special mass and traditional fare.
The International Boat Show
29th April 2020 to 3rd May 2020
The International Boat Show is a must-visit for boat and yacht enthusiasts. This event sees a fantastic number of luxury vessels sail into the capitalâ€™s harbour for the public to enjoy. In addition to admiring the boats, there are plenty of other things to see and do, including a seafood exhibition, mini film festival, taster sessions, presentations, sporting events and music concerts.