What’s the weather like in Qawra in July?
Enjoy Qawra’s subtropical climate at its best when you visit the resort in July. The skies are clear for most of the month with a very small chance of rain. Temperatures are very high, so make sure to pack light for your trip and don’t forget your sunglasses.
You’ll find Qawra nestled in the St. Pauls Bay region in the north of Malta. The island is located in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys a traditional Mediterranean climate. The summer is the most popular and hottest time of the year with mild sea water, constant sunshine and warm temperatures lasting throughout the month.
You’re guaranteed warmth and sunshine when you visit Qawra in July with 13 hours of sunlight per day. Temperatures reach highs of 30°C and the average sea water temperature is a comfortable 26°C. Malta’s subtropical climate means that the summer barely sees any rain. The average rainfall is just 2mm, which means it’s unlikely you’ll see any showers during your time away. Humidity levels are slightly higher in July at 76% and are controlled by pleasant winds reaching speeds of up to 9mph.