What’s the weather like in Malaga in May?
The Malaga weather in May is very warm and quite dry as the summer climate takes hold in Spain. It’s a great time to soak up this exciting Mediterranean resort’s amazing sunshine and inviting waters before the busier crowds arrive.
Malaga’s found on the pretty Andalucia coast in southern Spain in the heart of the Costa del Sol region. It has 14km of sandy beaches and the weather in Malaga in May is some of the sunniest in Europe. The warm Mediterranean Sea helps to keep the temperature inland high too and there’ll be a cool coastal breeze.
Malaga’s bathed in sunshine in May, with an average of nine hours each day and the sun not setting until nearly 9.30pm. The average daytime high temperature soars to 24°C and this only drops to an average low of 18°C. Away from the beaches and the breeze it’ll feel even warmer. Rainfall’s just 20mm on average and there’s a good chance you won’t see any showers during your stay. The wind speed’s moderate but the UV index is quite high so you’ll need to top up with sunblock as you unwind by the beach or your hotel pool.