Mallorca is an incredibly attractive tourist destination thanks, in part, to its weather.

Mallorca is an incredibly attractive tourist destination thanks, in part, to its weather. The weather in Mallorca means that, regardless of the time of year you decide to visit the island, you’ll always have a number of varied and fun options when you’re not sure what to do in Mallorca.

Alcudia

In the north of the island of Mallorca is Alcudia, one of the best known Mallorcan towns nationally and internationally. During your visit to Alcudia you’ll be able to travel along the Bay of Alcudia, discovering the renowned Alcudia Beach and Playa de Muro. These beaches are visited each year by thousands of tourists keen to enjoy their kilometres of fine white sand and turquoise waters. They truly are places you’ll want to go back and visit time and again.

Alcudia is the ideal destination if you want to discover part of Mallorca’s history. On its streets you’ll find the remains of Roman towns, historic buildings, castles and walls – you won’t want to miss a thing. Another must-do is a walk around the Port of Alcudia where you’ll enjoy the company of the Mediterranean sea, finding numerous restaurants, shops and a wide variety of options along the way that will ensure your day in Alcudia is varied and complete.

The weather in Alcudia

Mallorca has a Mediterranean climate that means its inhabitants and visitors enjoy around 300 days of sun per year, making it the ideal destination to spend a few days’ holiday at any time of year.

Although it's true that any season is good if you are wondering when to travel to Mallorca, between June and September is when the days are longest, sunniest and warmest, and when the sea temperature is good for swimming - at least 21ºC.

The weather in Alcudia is warm and mild. The average annual temperature in Alcudia is 16.6ºC, August being the hottest month of the year, and January being the coldest. Summer in Alcudia is hot, but winter is mild and much warmer than in the rest of Spain.

The best option to cool down and protect yourself from the Mallorcan summer heat is to visit any of the numerous coves and beaches in Mallorca and swim in its crystal clear waters, or take advantage of the swimming pool in the complex you’re staying in.

SeaClub Alcudia

Whatever the time of year that you decide to visit the Balearic Islands, if you choose Alcudia as a destination, we recommend you select accommodation that lives up to the place you are going to visit. The port of Alcudia, idyllic beaches, a cocktail with sea views...all of this deserves to be rounded off with a rest in a quality resort in Alcudia.

SeaClub Alcudia is your best option if you are looking for a hotel in Alcudia to stay with your family on your holiday in Mallorca. Made up of Mediterranean-style villas, SeaClub Mediterranean Resort offers you all of the services and comforts that you may need for you and your family to feel at home. Sports areas, snack bars, buffet restaurant with show cooking... facilities created so that adults and children alike have fun in their home from home for a few days.

This family resort in Alcudia is in the bay of Alcudia, just 500 metres from the Alcudia Beach, so it will be easy to visit and travel around part of its more than 7 kilometres of fine sand.

Whether you are visiting us with small children or simply want to let your inner child come out to play, fun is guaranteed: in Alcudia you’ll find shops, restaurants, sports activities and a famous water park: Hydropark Alcudia.

We look forward to welcoming you and your loved ones to SeaClub Alcudia!

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