Weather Webcam

The holiday resort of CALA MILLOR MALLORCA is in the north-eastern part of the island of Mallorca in the western Mediterranean Sea and therefore enjoys mild temperatures that range between an average 15°C in winter (November to April) and an average 30°C in summer (July and August).

The climate and its natural surroundings make CALA MILLOR MALLORCA the ideal all-year-round place for all kinds of outdoor activities, a fact that has made it a very popular holiday destination.

From November to April the temperatures are mild; although the average daytime temperature is around 15ºC, when the sun comes out it can easily go over 20ºC. This is a good time to visit the island and enjoy long walks along the coast or in the countryside. These are also the wettest months, but it is rare for the rain to last more than three days.

In winter the pace is slower. Visitors enjoy the scenery, the rural countryside, the almond flowers, the history and culture of the towns and villages and our traditional gastronomy.

In May and June the warm sunny days can reach temperatures of 21-25ºC, ideal for enjoying the beach.

July and August are the hottest months with temperatures that can go over 30ºC. The sea water temperature reaches 25-27ºC, ideal for refreshing dips, swimming and enjoying the Mediterranean. The nights are balmy and rain is rare, making them perfect for enjoying our café terraces and open air activities.

At the end of September and in October the weather becomes changeable, with the occasional windy or rainy day. The best thing about this time of year is that while the days are not as hot as in the previous months, the sea maintains a very pleasant temperature that is perfect for enjoying all kinds of water sports.

Beach monitoring

Beach Monitoring Facility is to contribute to this issue by means of the Modular Beach Integral Monitoring System (MOBIMS), which consists of a video-monitoring system, an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) and a programme of bathymetric and sediment sampling.
Coastal videomonitoring allows the autonomous and sustained collection, analysis and storage of high-resolution digital pictures, that are then used to observe and quantify a wide range of coastal phenomena. MOBIMS at SOCIB incorporates the SIRENA coastal imaging system developed at the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies, IMEDEA (CSIC-UIB).