What’s the weather like in Malaga in April?
With temperatures often over 20°C, the warm Malaga weather in April begins to change from spring to summer-like conditions. This popular Spanish resort won’t be as busy as in the peak months and visitors enjoy this quiet time. Relaxing along the beaches and around the coastal cafés and restaurants is ideal at this time.
Malaga’s one of the sunniest cities in Europe, with nearly 300 days of sunshine in this part of the Costa del Sol coastline. In early morning fog can sometimes drift across the Mediterranean in spring but the warm temperatures and sun will break it up. There’ll be just brief showers in April in Malaga.
Malaga benefits from the famous Mediterranean climate of the Andalucia region. In April, the average temperature’s a pleasant 21°C, which is much higher than the UK. The average low reaches 13°C on rare cooler days. The rainfall in April should be just 44mm across ten rain-affected days. You’ll get around nine hours of sunshine during your visit and the sun won’t set until 9pm at the end of the month. The UV and heat levels rise compared to March. They aren’t as high as the summer but be prepared to carry water and sunblock with you. The Mediterranean’s fine for a quick splash and you can expect it to be 17°C as you soak up the fantastic weather in April in Malaga.