What’s the weather like in Malta in June?
Malta’s an island chain in the Mediterranean that sits between Sicily and the north coast of Africa, and has some of Europe’s best weather. It has a subtropical climate and you’ll get lots of sun and hardly any rain in June.
The Mediterranean Sea will help to keep you comfortable in June thanks to cool breezes that are quite welcome over summer. The Sahara Desert has the opposite effect, making things really hot when it send winds over to Malta, which sometimes push temperatures up into the 40s. You won’t find much difference in weather around Malta as it’s relatively flat.
The average high in June reaches 29ºC, so bring your best swimwear. The sea’s a lovely 22ºC, while things stay nice and pleasant at night, with a temperature of around 19ºC. You won’t get much rain as there’s just 3mm over a single rainy day, leaving you to enjoy 11 long hours of sunshine from the 15 hours of daylight each day. Take care in the sun as UV levels will be very high, while humidity’s moderate, so pack some sun cream. The sun goes down at around 8.20pm.
Things to Do
Malta’s weather’s perfect for you to head to the beach in June, although the north’s Ghallis, Palm Beach and St Thomas are as good for surfing as they are for relaxing on. There’s some great places for you to go diving across Malta, while if you’re visiting ancient sites such as the Ħagar Qim temple complex then try to avoid the midday heat.