What’s the weather like in Malaga in August?
With ten hours of sunshine every day, the superb Malaga weather in August attracts lots of visitors looking to relax around the sandy beaches. It’s a popular time to be in this pretty Spanish city along the famous Costa del Sol coastline.
The Mediterranean climate’s at its warmest in August and July. Hot air can often come across the sea, from Africa in the south, but luckily there’s a cool coastal breeze to help keep you refreshed. The Sierra Nevada mountains are to the north and can block the northerly winds from reaching Malaga.
You’ll have glorious temperatures and sunshine this month. The weather in Malaga in August sees the average temperature rocket to 31°C, with night time averages dropping to between 17°C and 21°C. The Mediterranean Sea usually measures around 24°C in August, so you can dip into the waters to cool off. The wind’s moderate and sunshine will last for an incredible ten hours on most days. In Malaga in August, the sun rises at 7.30am and sets at 9pm, so there’s plenty of daylight to explore the city and its beaches and harbour.