Now that summer’s come to an end and the trees are beginning to lose their leaves, you’ll probably wonder why we’re going to tell you that it’s a good time to enjoy a Majorca holidays. You’ll ask yourself, but what can I see in Mallorca in November? Well, you’ll be able to take in the colourful landscape on the island, wander along its streets, discover its history, culture and cuisine, in an authentic environment packed with local people.
In autumn, although there are some colder days, the temperature in Mallorca tends to be between 12ºC and 18ºC, and sometimes even reaches 20ºC. The temperature is perfect for enjoying outdoor activities, as you won’t endure stiflingly hot nor extremely low temperatures. The good Mediterranean climate is perfect for enjoying a wander along the beach with the sea breeze, going walking, playing golf or enjoying a cycle ride, without the summer heat. If you want to warm up a bit at the same time as relaxing, we’d recommend you spend an afternoon in our water circuits at our spa hotels, or a treatment out our Balneum centres. So, if you prefer cooler days as opposed to extreme heat or cold, November is the perfect time to visit Mallorca.
If you’re planning your trip to the island this month, we’ll tell you about all the activities Mallorca has to offer!
From north to south, the island offers its crowds of visitors the chance to visit many of the most important fairs and markets, where you’ll be able to enjoy plenty of traditional Mallorcan produce. Some of the market stalls which stand out are Dijous Bo, in Inca, the Artisan Fair, in Pollença and the Fira de Sa Carabassa or annual pumpkin fair, where you’ll be able to sample aperitifs and learn plenty of other pumpkin recipes.
We can’t forget to give a special mention to the charming towns of Llubí (honey), Caimari (olives) and Santa María (wine), all of which are perfect places to start your route and tuck into typical produce. You’ll also be able to take advantage and get a head start on your Christmas shopping.
There’s no better time of year to visit Cala Figuera than during November, when there are barely any tourists or swimmers. Cala Figuera is a spectacular, peaceful stony cove with clear water, located 60km to the south east of Palma.
This small cove is just 45m long and 40m wide and is a genuine haven of peace. Here you’ll be able to revel in its incredible views, pure, clean breeze, as well as the surrounding cliffs. There’s nothing better than sitting back, relaxing and taking in your surroundings.
The Puerto de Sóller is a small, picturesque port, embraced by abundant natural surroundings. Nestled in a coastal town in the north of the island of Mallorca, Puerto de Sóller has become increasingly popular over the last few years, thanks to its famous, historic tram.
It’s a perfect location for tasting the best fresh, local fish and seafood. Nearby, you’ll find stunning, white sandy coves with clear waters, such as Sa Calobra, a natural paradise surrounded by huge cliffs.
Immersing yourself in the heart of the natural world will help you disconnect from day to day life and above all, reenergise. There’s no better place to do this than the Serra de Tramuntana Natural Park.
November is a perfect month to enjoy a walk around this park, as it’s not has hot as in summer. This will allow you to experience the most enjoyable strolls and walks.
Within the park itself, you’ll be able to enjoy endless activities, including self-harvest asparagus, mushrooms or fruit, leisure fishing, diving and sports, snail collection (only in certain areas) and much more.
These four large caves are located in the municipality of Manacor, not far from Porto Cristo. Known as Cueva Negra, Cueva Blanca, Cueva de Luis Salvador and Cueva de los franceses, these caves connect with each other. This is one of the biggest tourist attractions on the island.
They are home to one of the world’s largest underwater lakes, known as Lake Martel, which is 115m long and 30m wide. These caves were formed due to the rain and experts believe their formation could even date back to the Miocene period.
This large, gothic fortress is another visit you simply cannot miss out on. 3km from the city of Palma de Mallorca, this 14th century castle is located on top of a hill, 112m above sea level.
Without a doubt, one of the distinct peculiarities of this castle is that it is the only round castle. The interior of this impressive building is home to the city of Palma’s History Museum, with permanent exhibitions. Find out more by visiting the Castle website.
Now you know what to see in Mallorca in autumn, come and enjoy a holiday in Mallorca and bask in an unbeatable climate.
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