The climate of Malaga

The climate of Malaga is warm and mild and is remarkable for not having extreme temperatures. Summers are hot in July and August but without being unpleasant, rarely exceed 30ºC (86ºF) and always with a small percentage of rainfall.

On the other hand, during fall and winter temperatures drop gradually and moderately, without too cold days. The percentage of rainfall increases, but there will be just 6 or 7 days of rain in the worst case; usually December, January and February are the rainiest months of the year in Malaga.

As you can see, Malaga has great weather for traveling not only in summer but at any time with over 300 days of sunshine and little more than 45 days of rain. On the following panel you see the weather of the next 4 days, which will always be updated:


Annual maximum temperatures – Costa del Sol

Here we show the maximum monthly temperatures; these temperatures are approximate depending on the year and can have small variations between 1 and 3 degrees.

January 16ºC / 60.8ºF July 29ºC / 84.2ºF
February 17ºC / 62.6ºF August 32ºC / 89.6ºF
March 19ºC / 66.2ºF September 28ºC / 82.4ºF
April 21ºC / 69.8ºF October 23ºC / 71.6ºF
May 23ºC / 71.6ºF November 20ºC / 68ºF
June 27ºC / 80.6ºF December 17ºC / 62.6ºF

Annual minimum temperatures – Málaga

Similarly you can find on our website the minimum temperatures for each month of the year; this can be very useful when organizing your holiday dates, although you can see that even in the coldest months you won´t find sudden changes or extreme temperatures.

January 8ºC / 46.4ºF July 20ºC / 68ºF
February 8ºC / 46.4ºF August 21ºC / 69.8ºF
March 10ºC / 50ºF September 20ºC / 68ºF
April 12ºC / 53.6ºF October 15ºC / 59ºF
May 14ºC / 57.2ºF November 11ºC / 51.8ºF
June 17ºC / 62.6ºF December 8ºC / 46.4ºF