Malia, Greece: Live Weather
Live weather in Malia
The latest and today's weather in Malia, Greece updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:00
- Sunset 17:09
|Temp feels like:||66°F (19°C)|
|Length of Day:||10h 9m|
|Pressure:||30.01" (1016 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||6 miles (10 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 23rd November in Malia
|Average High||64°F (18°C)|
|Record High||77°F (25°C) (1999)|
|Average Low||52°F (11°C)|
|Record Low||45°F (7°C) (2001)|
Weather in Malia
Malia is a cosmopolitan coastal town on the northern side of Crete. Malia is indisputably a destination for the young, and generally for the young who love the party. Despite the fact that it is one of the oldest inhabited areas in all of Greece, in recent years it has been taken over by young, partying Brits who are keen to soak up to hot summers days and steamy partying nights.
Summer temperatures begin in about June and carry through until September. June sees average temperatures of 22 ÂºC, moving into July and August which each play host to average temperatures of 25 ÂºC. September sees average highs of 26 ÂºC and average lows of a pleasant 19 ÂºC.
Winter in Malia, like most coastal Mediterranean towns, is pretty mild. December sees average highs of 16 ÂºC and average lows of a reasonably comfortable 10 ÂºC. January and February are the coldest months, each with an average low of 8 ÂºC and an average high of 14 ÂºC.
In Malia, the months of Spring are generally the focal period of holidaying for many. While days begin to increase in temperature, the crowds still stay relatively low. Daytime temperatures will typically range between 13 ÂºC to 15 ÂºC and the surrounding ocean is warm enough to swim in.
All in all, if you want a buzzing party spot when visiting Greece, Malia should be high on the priority list and if you want round-the-clock fun and packed clubs and bars, then summer is the time to visit. Malia has everything that a wild seaside party town should offer- scorching sun during the day so that revels can work on their tans and sleep off their hangovers, and balmy nights to enjoy the local bars and clubs. The sea temperature stays bath like throughout summer, so it provides for a useful place to cool down and escape from the heat of the world famous nightclubs - a frequent sight in the early hours of the morning
The local Malia beach, stretching for 5km, is one of the best on the whole of Crete. The fine, golden sand is lined with sun beds and parasols and plays hosts to an array of water sports.