When To Go
Minimum temperatures on the island can reach as low as 2 or 3 degrees celcius in January and Febuary. In the summer months sunshine is almost guaranteed and seldom drops between 20 degrees celcius in July and August which is the peak season.
If you are looking to avoid the crowds then come in May/June or September/October and remember that many resorts will be closed over the winter period, which means that Palma city can be good to visit in the winter months.
In the winter even thought it is cooler – it can still be warm enough to eat outside, but bring suitable clothes for the colder evenings.
What You Need
If you are coming from the UK you will need a passport to gain entry to Majorca, however you do not need a visa.
Travel insurance is not required but is recommended and it is recommended that you are at least up to date with you tetanun and polio vaccinations.
If you are planning on driving you will need your driving licence.