The average daytime maximum temperature is around 30°C and the evening minimum temperatures average at 20.5° making outdoor activities in Málaga very enjoyable. Here’s a list for you of things to do in Málaga in August.
The water-parks within close vicinity of Málaga are popular attractions. Head to Aqualand Torremolinos where you can reach by bus, train or by renting a car in Málaga. Try the adrenaline-drop Boomerang, the Multipista rapid course, Espiral water slide and more. The Kidzworld with the slides, hanging bridges is a thrilling experience. Aquamijas Water Park is another fun place to head for.
Simply Diving has two centres set in the heart of Costa del Sol. Experience the joy of scuba diving with the PADI 5 Star IDC centres assuring you unparalleled customer service. One of the dive centres is in Torremolinos close to Malaga airport and the other in Marbella. Another good dive centre is the One2One at Pueblo Santa Ana.
Have a fun time with your family at El Candado beach and enjoy windsurfing, snorkelling and kayaking. La Misericordia Beach is another beach with an array of facilities and great for windsurfing, sailing and kite-flying.
Festivals in Málaga in August