What's The Weather Like In Madeira In July
July is a very popular time to visit Madeira when the sun is shining, the skies are blue and the temperatures are high.
How Hot Is Madeira In July?
During this month, the average temperature for the island increases from 22.5°C on 1 July to 23.5°C by the end of the month. Daily highs and lows rise in a similar fashion as the month progresses, from 25°C to 26°C and from 20°C to 21°C, respectively.
How Much Does It Rain In Madeira In July?
Madeira is subject to an average rainfall of 6mm which is divided between four rainy days. With so little rainfall occurring on so few days, you probably won't even see a drop of the wet stuff during your holiday,
July Sunshine Hours In Madeira
During this month, Madeira enjoys an average of 11 hours of sunshine each day that's one hour more every day than the previous month. With so much sunshine, you'll have plenty of opportunities to explore the island, as well as hitting the beach to work on your tan.
Is Madeira Windy In July?
Across an average July in Madeira, typical wind speeds range between light to moderate breezes.
How Warm Is The Sea In Madeira In July?
In July, the average sea temperature for Madeira is 22°C that's 1°C warmer than the previous month. Despite everyone feeling the temperature of water differently, most visitors to the island agree that this is the perfect temperature for swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.
Madeira Hotels in July
Families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Malta should take a look at the Jardins d'Ajuda Suite Hotel in Funchal. This four-star complex boasts swimming pools, restaurants, bars, fitness centres and even resident entertainers. Rooms cost from just £28 per night and many offer kitchenettes, making them ideal for holidaymakers who don't wish to dine out every night.
Solar da Bica is a great place to stay if you want a truly relaxing holiday. This rural hotel offers a variety of rooms, suites and apartments, providing something for all budgets and family sizes. Onsite facilities and services include: bar, swimming pool, WiFi access, games room, gardens and parking.
If a spa break is what you're after, consider staying at the five-star Madeira Mare. This luxury hotel provides designer rooms, premium suites, master suites, executive suites and accessible rooms. There are loads of services and facilities for guests to enjoy, including: restaurants, spa, fitness centre and swimming pools.
Bars and Restaurants
If you want to try the local cuisine, consider dining at Sabores do Curral. This restaurant is known for its amazing views from the roof terrace which stretch out far across the scenery for miles. In addition to the vast array of starters, mains and sides, this restaurant also offers a selection of wonderful hand-made desserts.
Tourists craving a curry should head to the Indian House in Funchal. Here you'll find a huge range of curry dishes, from mild korma and tandoori to spicy vindaloo and phaal. There is a small selection of sweet treats available, too, providing you with the perfect way to end your meal.
The Café do Teatro is one of the very best cafes in Madeira, located in the centre of Funchal. Here you can drink and snack in style whilst watching the world go by on the large open terrace. There are loads of drinks to choose from, ranging from their famous coffees to spirits and mixers.
Marginal is known as being one of the hottest clubs in Madeira. This small nightclub has been open for more than 11 years and is best after midnight, when the party really gets going. Here you can choose to sip on a drink whilst chatting at the bar or hit the dance floor and dance until the early hours.
Things to do in Madeira in July
July is a great month to visit parks in Madeira, when the flowers are blooming at the sun is shining. The Presidential Palace Garden is one of the best on the island and features landscaped gardens, miniature cottages and all sorts of tropical flowers. There are several walking paths you can follow and numerous benches where you can rest.
If you love stunning views, make sure you stop by Faja dos Padres a lookout point with incredible vistas stretching across the sea. This site is best visited on a clear day and with so little cloud coverage in July, you'll be spoilt for choice. After soaking up the views, you can take a lift down to the bottom of the cliff and enjoy a leisurely lunch at the café before hitting the nearby beach.
Head to the Workers' Market if you want to pick up some local produce in a classically Madeiran setting. Located in downtown Funchal, this open market buzzes throughout the day and sells a variety of fresh produce; tropical fruits, vegetables and spices can be found on the first floor, while meats and fish are for sale downstairs.
Madeira Aquarium is a great place to spend the morning or afternoon if the weather's not looking too promising. Situated in Porto Moniz, the aquarium occupies the historic fortress building of St. John the Baptist and showcases a variety of local marine life.