Pollensa property market aerial view.




North treasure with the unique island’s culture, also a favourite destination for watersports and sailing

Towns and villages of the Pollensa Region

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Pollensa is located in the northern coast of Mallorca

Daily sunshine hours

Pollensa region is pleased with the abundance of sun, with average of 7 hours in spring, 6 hours in autumn and 4.5 hours of sun per day in winter. In June and July, you can expect to enjoy 10-11 hours of sunshine per day. So in Pollensa you can have a full eight months of bikini-suitable days.

Average day/night temperature

The weather in Pollensa is characterized by an ideal Mediterranean climate of hot summers with mild winters. It maintains average highs of 300C throughout the summer and rarely falling below 100C in the winter, with the most daily sunshine hours at 11 in July. Pollensa weather is typically fine and dry across all seasons. The rain is rare with the most rainfall usually seen in October with an average of 63mm of precipitations. The least amount of rainfall occurs in July. The average in this month is 9mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 25°C.

Wind direction distribution during the year (%)

The northeast wind conditions in Pollensa are favourable for practicing various water and nautical sports, especially windsurfing and kite-surfing, as well as yachting and sailing. Here in the North, you can find the best and longest waves, especially when strong winds are blowing from the Tramuntana Mountains.

Average sea temperature

The thermal variation of the water has a range of around 19 °C in November and 23.3 °C in summer. During the winter, it drops down to about 14 °C. The highest average sea water temperature is usually in August, September and July. The most popular time to spend in Pollensa is in the summer as going to the beach to sunbathe and for water sports is perfect with this sea water temperature.