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Best Time to Visit Malaga, Spain

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Malaga is blessed with a blissful Mediterranean climate. Malaga rarely gets cold, even in winter it is warm enough. Autumn and spring are the best seasons to visit Malaga. Here're some travel tips you should read before booking a flight to Malaga.
You can plan a vacation in Malaga throughout the year with the refreshing summers, or serene winters. Springs (March, April, May) in Malaga are warm and pleasant and a good time to enjoy Malaga’s outdoor activities. The months tend to get gradually warm (ranging from 50-68ºF in March to 55-75ºF in May), with cool nights, occasional showers (averaging 40mm) and fog. Carry light clothing in layers, a jacket, light cardigans, good walking shoes, and an umbrella.
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Summers (June, July, August) are hot and dry (ranging from 63-81ºF in June to 68-86ºF in August), with changing humidity levels and winds. July and August can get really warm. Expect an occasional thunderstorm in August and rare rain spells in June and July. Carry light clothing like t-shirts, shorts, skirts, and sandals. A light jacket or sweatshirt can be packed when you are in Malaga in June for the cold early mornings and late evenings.

Autumns in Malaga (September, October, November) marks a change in temperatures (66-82ºF in September to 54-68ºF in November), with September having warm days, cooler late evenings and occasional rain-spells. October gets colder with autumn setting in, while November has more rain-spells. For the first half of September carry light summer clothing, and for September-end pack jeans, a light cardigan, and trousers for the cooler evenings. For October to mid-November carry light clothing in layers and a jacket. For End-of-November, pack a long-sleeved clothing, a jacket, closed shoes and an umbrella

During visit in November carry light clothing in layers and a jacket. For End-of-November, pack long-sleeved clothing, a jacket, closed shoes and an umbrella.

Winters in Malaga (December, January, February) are mild and wet. January can get little cold (46-63ºF) with sea winds and humidity adding nippiness. Carry a good winter coat, long trousers, closed shoes, and an umbrella.

1 comment

Alan Ketin
Will you please tell me where to live in Malaga or nearby towns on costa del sol I am 71 years old retiree from usa with walking disability.. Can only walk short distance before sitting and resting Need access to public transportation Don’t need to be close to the beach but close to restaurants and cafes and shops Thank you Alan

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