Malaga Weather July Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 25°C 77°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 30.5°C 87°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 20.5°C 69°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 26.2°C 79°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 24.7°C 76°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 11 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 0 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 0 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 23°C 73°F
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    Malaga Weather for July 2017

    What's The Weather Like in Malaga in July?

    July is usually a hot dry sunny month in Malaga and on average is only slightly cooler than August. The tempering effects of the Mediterranean Sea tend to restrict the intensity of the daytime heat.

    How Hot Is Malaga in July?

    The average daytime maximum temperature is 30°C and there is an average overnight minimum of 20°C, so while the daytime temperatures may be on the high side for some, conditions are usually very good for outdoor activities during the evenings and overnight.

    Does It Rain In Malaga in July?

    An average July has just 2mm of precipitation which falls over an average of 1 day. Most Julys pass by without any rain at all and if it does rain, chances are that it will be heavy, thundery and short-lived. 

    July Sunshine Hours in Malaga

    The lack of rain is also accompanied by reliably high amounts of sunshine with a mean total of 338 hours, a mean of 10.9 hours per day, making July the sunniest month of the year on average.

    How Warm Is The Sea In Malaga In July?

    The average sea temperature rises to 23°C at this time of the year, which is perfectly pleasant for swimming.

    Hotels for Malaga in July

    Malaga boasts a fair range of good options for accommodation, although some options are rather better than others.

    Barcelo Malaga

    The 4-star Barcelo Malaga at Heroe de Sostoa 2, Estacion Vialia Maria Zambrano, 29002 Malaga offers many amenities including a fitness room, restaurant and business centre, and there is a slide in the reception area.

    Salles Hotel Malaga Centro

    A good centrally-located 4-star hotel is the Salles Hotel Malaga Centro at Calle Marmoles 6, 29007.

    Monte Malaga Hotel

    The Monte Malaga Hotel at Paseo Maritimo Antonio Machado, has a good pool and spa area and offers 4-star accommodation.

    Hotel Malaga Nostrum

    There are some good budget options in Malaga also, including the Hotel Malaga Nostrum at Herman Hesse, No. 17, Guadalhorce industrial estate, 29004 which offers 3-star accommodation and is close to Malaga Airport.

    Beaches for July for Malaga

    July is a good time to go sunbathing and swimming and diving, but it is during the main tourist season, and thus some beaches can get crowded.

    Pedregalejo Beach

    The Pedregalejo Beach is a sandy beach parallel to the Malaga promenade and boasts numerous restaurants nearby, and during evenings and overnight, it becomes something of a partying hotspot.

    San Andres Beach

    The San Andres beach is located next to the outskirts of Malaga, and is good for a range of activities including windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing and fishing. It tends not to be as crowded as the beaches alongside the Malaga promenade but it can still draw quite a large crowd at this time of year.

    Restaurants and Bars for Malaga in July

    There are many good restaurants at Malaga and the choice is a matter of taste.

    El Meson de Cervantes

    The El Meson de Cervantes  at Calle Alamos, 11, 29012 is particularly highly-regarded for its assortment of tapas.

    Mooncity

    Visitors can enjoy frequent flamenco performances at Mooncity at Reding, 6 in the La Malagueta district, and sometimes the latest commercial Latin hits.There are reasonably priced drinks available too.

    ZZ Pub

    The ZZ Pub at Tejón y Rodríguez, 6 is a hybrid pub/nightclub which has frequent live music performances and concerts throughout the year, and there are two regular bands that play on Mondays and Thursdays.

    Things to Do in Malaga in July

    Grupo Mundo Marino- Day Tours

    The Grupo Mundo Marino- Day Tours, which operate from Puerto de Malaga, Muelle 1, offer boat trips from the Port of Malaga. There are many sailing trips offered, which enable visitors to survey the scenery of Malaga from out at sea, and sample some good sunsets over the sea.

    There are also motor boat cruises, including a glass bottom speed boat cruise, which offers opportunities for swimming as part of the cruise. There are also cruises that specifically sample parts of the coastline, including the San Antonio - San Martín - La Nao cruise. There is also a Coasta Blanca cruise where the sights can be viewed from the glass bottom of the boat.

    Dolphin Boat Trips

    Those fancying something a bit different can try a dolphin safari with Dolphin Boat Trips at Yacht Dolphin, Puerto Deportivo Fuengirola, Pier 3 / 211, 29640 Fuengirola. Their primary boat, Yacht Dolphin, is based on the famous "SPRAY" boat that Captain Joshua Slocum sailed to become the first man to navigate around the world in single handed.

    The company offers trips out on this boat to see dolphins, to go diving and swimming, and also has facilities for anniversaries and hen parties. Yacht Dolphin sails from Pier 3 at Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola, Malaga, Spain at 13:00-17:00 (day sailing) and 18:00-20:00 (evening sailing) and trips must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.

    Centre Pompidou

    The world famous gallery Centre Pompidou has come to Malaga. Without doubt the Pompidou art center in Paris is one of the greatest homes of twentieth century art. In line with the arresting appearance of the Pompidou in Paris the Malaga collection will be housed in the large glass cube, built with a cultural purpose in mind and which is situated at the corner which joins Muelle Uno and Muelle Dos of Malaga's newly renovated port. The new Malaga Pop-Up museum houses a fine selection of its French mother.

    July events in Malaga

    Religious

    Virgen del Carmen Festival

    16th July 2020

    Celebrating the feast of the Virgen del Carmen, Patroness of the Seas, Málaguenas take her from the Paroquia Nuestra Sra Del Carmen Church and carry her image in procession through the fishing districts of Rincon de la Victoria, La Cala, El Palo, Pedregalejo, and Huelin. Thousands of people wait at the coast. There the Virgin is carried by boat, embarking at El Perchel, accompanied by other boats and pilgrims as she makes her way around the bay. People watching toss flowers into the sea as a customary remembering of their deceased loved ones and imploring the Virgin's blessings. Her actual feast day is on 16th July, and if it is not a Sunday, another procession will honour her on the next Sunday following.

    Website:

    https://www.andalucia.com/festival/virgindelcarmen.htm

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