The climate in Malaga is very mild. When combined with beauty, a rich history, and situated next to the Mediterranean sea makes it ideal for holidays.
This makes Malaga a perfect place to stay during the winter. Winters are a little bit wetter than the summers, though. However, most of the rain will fall between November and March, but even in this time of the year there will be enough days of sun. Daytime temperatures in February can quickly add up to around 20 degrees, but this is not the case in the evenings.
Because of the mediterranean climate in Malaga, the summers are hot, but due to low humidity the heat does not feel oppressive. The city has over 300 days of sunshine, so the chances of having a holiday in the sun are very high. A temperature of above 30 degrees in the summer is no exception, but the breeze from the sea brings you a slight coolness. Unless the ‘Terral” winds blow, these winds carry all the hot air from Africa and can make temperature quickly rise to 40 degrees. As soon as the wind changes, the temperature will immediately be a lot more enjoyable again.
Spring and autumn are also great times to visit Malaga. The temperatures are a little bit lower in those periods, which makes it possible to make a city trip or undertake other activities. Due to its wonderful climate, it is a city that you can visit throughout the whole year.
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