What’s the weather like in Malaga in July?
The popular Spanish resort of Malaga, along the Mediterranean coast in the Costa del Sol, is the hottest all year this month. The Malaga weather in July reaches highs around 30°C and with barely a drop of rain you can sunbathe, swim and explore the city in fantastic conditions.
Found along Spain’s sunny Iberian peninsula, Malaga’s one of the country’s warmest cities with nearly 300 days of sunshine. In the summer there should be a cool coastal breeze by the beaches. This is refreshing on hot days when warm air’s carried across the Mediterranean from Africa.
The balmy weather in Malaga in July regularly sees temperatures over 30°C, with 31°C recorded as the average for the month. The average wind speed’s moderate, which helps to keep you refreshed, especially as the heat and humidity levels are the highest all year. The UV index is high too, so keep the sunblock on when you’re sunbathing. The average daily sunshine’s a brilliant 11 hours and the sun won’t set until about 9.30pm at the beginning of the month. You’ll love taking a dip in the Mediterranean as the average water temperature’s 23°C. Don’t worry about rainfall. It’ll only be around 4mm and there could be no showers at all while you take in the delights of Malaga in July.