What’s the weather like in Malta in July?
Located between Sicily and North Africa, Malta’s a Mediterranean archipelago with some of Europe’s best weather. As the peak of summer gets closer, July’s one of the hottest months of the year. And with lots of sun and no rain, Malta holidays are particularly popular at this time of year. The surrounding Mediterranean and its breezes will keep you cool, although this doesn't count for much when the Sahara Desert sends hot winds over. Malta’s relatively flat, which means there’s not much difference in weather around the islands.
The average high in Malta is 32ºC in July, and things stay lovely and warm in the evenings so you don't need to bring many warm clothes with you. The sea temperature’s 26ºC, which is ideal for swimming, while humidity’s high. There’s not usually any rain in July, which has 14 hours of daylight and 12 long hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so take care in the sun. Sunset’s around 8.15pm.