Weather Averages for Malta in August
Averages for Malta in August
The island of Malta in the Maldives
is in the heart of the Mediterranean, with a sub-tropical climate that is
heavily influenced by neighbouring Sicily and North Africa.
As a result, Malta
is known for being a fantastic year round holiday destination that enjoys
plenty of sunshine.
The island in fact has more tourists visit it than actual residents.
August is the middle of summer in Malta and thus sees some of the best weather for the year.
Temperatures reach their peak, there are hours of sunshine every day and wet weather is practically non-existent. Beach weather is guaranteed.
As an island, it goes without saying that Malta has plenty of beaches on offer, that will allow everything from peaceful sunbathing to water sports.
For the more active minded, scuba diving is one of the most popular sports in Malta.
The clear and warm water allows for excellent visibility and there area number of top diving spots.
Anchor Bay has a depth of 28 metres and is known for the variety of marine life that live here, including octopus. 150 metres away from the coast, there is also a large cave to explore.
Santa Maria Caves offer a shallow and scenic dive, with different marine life living in the caves, including eels.
St Paul’s Islands are only accessible by boat but are worth the trip. There are a number of different dive sites here, many of which are home to sunken wrecks.
When looking for somewhere to stay, the Carlton Hotel is situated close to the beach and the low room rates mean that anyone can enjoy a stay here, regardless of their budget.