What’s the weather like in Malaga in September?
The warm Malaga weather in September makes it an extremely popular time to visit this beautiful resort in southern Spain. The temperatures are hot and dry but the peak summer crowds have disappeared. You’re really able to relax in peace around the beaches and restaurants and enjoy long, sunny Mediterranean days.
Summer on the Costa del Sol, in Spain’s Andalucia region, stretches between May and early October. The warm Mediterranean Sea in September helps to keep temperatures inland high too. The heat, humidity and UV index are all more comfortable than July and August.
Bring plenty of sunblock and warm weather clothes this month. The weather in Malaga in September reaches a brilliant average high of 28°C and even the cooler days will hit 19°C. The nights drop to around 18°C and are more comfortable than peak summer months of July and August. There’s a rise in average rainfall, but it’s still only 20mm and any showers are usually broken by warm sunshine. The sun will shine in Malaga for an average of eight hours each day and it won’t set until around 8.30pm at the beginning of September. The winds are moderate and it’s an ideal time to cool off in the sea as water temperature remains about 22°C throughout the month. Perfect for a quick swim.