25 MayLocal Time: 16:12 EEST UK Time: 14:12 BST
- Sunrise 06:08
- Sunset 20:24
- Moonrise 20:52
- Moonset 06:16
|Temp feels like:||23°c (73.4°f)|
|Length of Day:||9h 49m|
|Dew Point:||16 °c (61°f)|
|Pressure:||29.98 " (1015 hpa)|
Average for May: 18°c (64°f)
Weather Overview for Malia
Malia is a cosmopolitan coastal town on the northern side of Crete. Malia is indisputably a destination for the young, and generally for the young who love the party. Despite the fact that it is one of the oldest inhabited areas in all of Greece, in recent years it has been taken over by young, partying Brits who are keen to soak up to hot summers days and steamy partying nights.
Summer temperatures begin in about June and carry through until September. June sees average temperatures of 22 ºC, moving into July and August which each play host to average temperatures of 25 ºC. September sees average highs of 26 ºC and average lows of a pleasant 19 ºC.
Winter in Malia, like most coastal Mediterranean towns, is pretty mild. December sees average highs of 16 ºC and average lows of a reasonably comfortable 10 ºC. January and February are the coldest months, each with an average low of 8 ºC and an average high of 14 ºC.
In Malia, the months of Spring are generally the focal period of holidaying for many. While days begin to increase in temperature, the crowds still stay relatively low. Daytime temperatures will typically range between 13 ºC to 15 ºC and the surrounding ocean is warm enough to swim in.
in all, if you want a buzzing party spot when visiting
local Malia beach, stretching for 5km, is one of the best on the whole of
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