Malaga Weather April Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like in Malaga in April?
Is Malaga Warm In April
Does It Rain In Malaga in April?
April is the last of the wet months when it does arise it is often heavy and short-lived. An average April has a precipitation total of 41mm over an avrage of 7 days.
Malaga Sunshine Hours in April
April is a generally sunny month and there is a mean sunshine total of 229 hours, a mean of 7.6 hours per day.
How Warm Is the Sea in Malaga In April?
The average sea temperature lags the warming trend over the land and averages just 17°C, which is rather cool for swimming,
Hotels for Malaga in April
There are many reliable hotels to choose from at Malaga, though there are also some less reliable options, so it is important to make a good selection.
Hotel MS Maestranza
One good luxury hotel is the Hotel MS Maestranza at Avda. Canovas del Castillo 1, 29016 which has rooms overlooking the Malaga bullring and is well placed for many of the main Malaga attractions and also has spa and jacuzzi facilities.
Hotel Silken Puerta Malaga
The Hotel Silken Puerta Malaga at Heroes de Sostoa 17, Calle Ayala, 29002 boasts a spa, sauna and gym and is close to the train station.
Hotel La Chancla
One of the many reasonable beach hotels is the 3-star Hotel La Chancla at Paseo Maritimo El Pedregal, 64, Pedregalejo, 29017.
There are a few reasonable guest houses in Malga, including Caserio Ananda which is located at El Colmenar, Cortes de la Frontera, which also serves as a restaurant.
Self-catering options are numerous and include the luxurious Villa Galvia, La Cala Golf Resort located at La Cala Golf Course.
Beaches for April for Malaga
April is quite a good time of the year to relax on the beach, though not for swimming as the seas tend to be near their coolest at this time of the year.
Banos del Carmen
The Banos del Carmen beach at the Malaga sea front is family-friendly and also good for fishing.
San Julian Beach
The San Julian Beach stands beside the Parador National and a golf club, and is a quiet beach that has a section that is frequently occupied by naturists.
Restaurants and Bars for Malaga in April
Dixie's Karaoke Bar
Fans of karaoke are unlikely to be disappointed by Dixie's Karaoke Bar at Salvador Allende 9, Momtemar near Torremolinos, which attracts karaoke singers from across the region.
O' Neill's Irish Pub
O'Neill's Irish Pub at Calle Luis del Velazquez, 3 is good for Irish music and the opportunity to drink traditional Irish beer, and there is plenty of traditional Guinness available.
Things to Do in Malaga in April
April is a good time of year to visit the La Concepcion botanical gardens at Carretera de las Pedrizas. These feature numerous species of plants and trees (more than 1,000 in total), and boasts some of the largest tropical plant gardens in Europe, in addition to some rewarding walks.
One of these is the Wisteria Walk, an arcaded area formed by wisterias that hang over a trellis, and this is particularly spectacular at this time of year, due to the spring flowers coming into bloom. The Canarian Palm Tree Walk leads to a view point where there are some good views of the city of Malaga. These gardens also boast the tallest tree in Malaga, the Monkey Puzzle Tree which is approximately 45 metres high.
Malaga Bike Tours
Those who enjoy cycling and sightseeing can try the Malaga Bike Tours, based at C/ Trinidad Grund 4 (Pasaje Talavera), 50 metres from the Plaza de la Marina. These offer a four-hour sightseeing tour of Malaga, starting from the main meeting point of the Plaza de la Marina. The tours run every day starting at 10:00am, and it is recommended to book a place at least 24 hours in advance to avoid disappointment.
The tour takes visitors around many of the main attractions of Malaga including the Alcazaba, the Picasso Museum, the bullring and the promenade. In addition for football fans there is also a Malaga Football Tour, which starts at 10:00 and 14:00 on Mondays to Wednesdays, and 10:00 on Thursdays to Saturdays, though it is not available on Sundays. This includes a survey of the history of Malaga Football Club and a visit to the club's football stadium.