Malaga Weather February Averages, Spain
- Temperature 13°C 55°F
- High Temperature 17.7°C 64°F
- Low Temperature 8.2°C 47°F
- Day Temperature 13.4°C 56°F
- Night Temperature 12.1°C 54°F
- Sunshine Hours 7 hours
- Rainfall 60 mm
- Rainfall Days 5 days
- Sea Temperature 16°C 61°F
What's the Weather Like in Malaga in February?
February is one of the coolest months for Malaga in Spain, but the weather is mild compared with much colder counties in northern Europe. It's a good time to explore the resort if you don't like crowds and are looking for a better deal on accommodation and flights.
Is Malaga Hot In February?
The average daytime temperature in February is 13°C with highs of 18°C and lows of 8°C at night.
Does It Snow in Malaga In February?
There has been one recorded instance of snow in February in Malaga, on the 2nd in 1954, but otherwise, snow is practically unheard of, partly thanks to the sheltering effects of the Malaga Mountains.
Rain and Sunshine
February is one of the wetter months of the year, with an average precipitation total of 55mm. Most of the rain tends to be heavier and over with more quickly than in northern parts of Europe. The sunshine totals are quite high with seven hours a day.
Is Malaga Humid In February?
The average relative humidity falls to approximately 69% in February, thanks to the reduction in the frequency of wet weather.
How Warm Is The Sea In February?
The average sea temperature is at its lowest at this time of year with a mean of just 16°C, too chilly for swimming.
Hotels for Malaga in February
There are many good hotels to choose from in Malaga, though there are also some dubious options, so choose carefully.
Hotel Molina Lario
The 4-star Hotel Molina Lario at Molina Lario 20-22, 29015 offers numerous amenities including a rooftop swimming pool, a business centre, a shuttle bus and wheelchair access.
Parador de Malaga Golf
A good option for golf fans is the Parador de Malaga Golf at Autovia A7 Malaga - Algeciras, Salida Coin - Km 231, 29080, near Malaga Airport, which offers 4-star accommodation.
Suite Novotel Malaga Centro
The Suite Novotel Malaga Centro at Calle San Jacinto 7, 29007 contains a bar which serves buffet breakfast, a fitness centre and free high-speed internet, and offers 3-star accommodation.
Hotel Monte Victoria
A good B&B option is the Hotel Monte Victoria at Calle Conde de Urena 58, 29012, a family-run B&B with good-quality breakfasts and good views towards Malaga Cathedral.
There are many good self-catering options too, including the Glamping Spain, Yurt & Chalet, a mid-priced holiday house located adjacent to the beach in Glamping, which is particularly suited to large groups.
Beaches for February for Malaga
February is not generally a good time of year to hit the beach, and the seas are on the cool side for swimming in, though on a fine day it is possible to enjoy some relaxation and sightseeing.
Guadalmar beach is largely unspoilt, and is close to a golf course, and is largely unaffected by urbanisation. There are various facilities including loungers and umbrella rentals.
La Malagueta Beach
Another good beach is the La Malagueta Beach which has some seafood restaurants nearby and is good for a jog or stroll.
Restaurants and Bars for Malaga in February
There are many good places to eat out in Malaga.
La Plaza at Plaza de la Merced No.18 lies in the touristy area of Malaga, handy for nearby attractions, and serves a wide array of Mediterranean-themed food.
There is a good Mexican restaurant at El Guacamole, situated at Calle Carcer, 1, which serves a variety of Mexican food and is well-decorated inside.
Clubbers can try out the Velvet Club at Calle Juan de Padilla 22, which offers musical entertainment until 3am on most nights, and fans of electronic music can expect to be treated on Wednesday nights.
Things to Do in Malaga in February
Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco
Malaga and the surrounding area is particularly well-known for its traditional flamenco dances. Visitors who are interested cannot go far wrong with the Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco at Calle Alamos N0 7, Antique Palacio Cropani. Situated in an 18th century palace, this centre offers tapas and wine to begin with, followed by flamenco performances featuring guitars, introductions to each of the songs, and dances, among other performance attractions.
It is particularly recommended for those who already have a strong appreciation of flamenco, but even those who have never given it a try are likely to find the experience rewarding.
Rally Rangers Jeep Safari
Good jeep safaris are provided by Rally Rangers Jeep Safari at c/ Carril del Siroco s/n, 29630, Benalmadena, which is to the west of Torremolinos. There are a few options for specific jeep safari trips. The Discover Andalucia trip heads through numerous villages and Orange, Lemon and Olive groves and features plenty of opportunities to stop, have snacks and take photos of the spectacular scenery.
Costa de la Luz
The Costa de la Luz trip takes visitors from the Mediterranean coast to the Atlantic coast and provides a trip to the historic town of Tarifa. There are also the Ronda Mystery tours into the mountains and the Nerja Mystery tours into the caves of Nerja. There are also self-drive options available where visitors can hire jeeps.
February events in Malaga
Fiestas de CarnavalÂ
25th February 2020
One of the biggest carnival celebrations in Malaga is the Fiestas de Carnaval. Thousands come for the parades of fancy costumes, the musical extravaganzas featuring traditional flamenco dances, stalls of potteries, handmade artefacts, colourful traditional dresses, and authentic Malaga cuisine. Street bands play at the Plaza del Carbon, Plaza de los Martires, and Plaza de los Flores. A festival Queen gets crowned, and the fanciest dress get prizes. The last day is marked by the 'burial of the sardine' at La Malagueta beach. The entire carnival is arranged always before the start of the 40 days of Lent.
28th February 2020
The 28th of February is a public holiday all over the Andalucian region. Malaga remembers this day in 1980 when Andalucia voted to be an autonomous region in Spain. Hence, most businesses, commercial establishments, all schools and banks, and most tourist sites are closed. Andalucian flags are prominent all over Malaga.