Malta Weather November Averages, Malta

What's the Weather Like in Malta in November?

November is usually a mild but rainy month in Malta. But this lovely island is a pleasure to visit at any time of year. It's less crowded and travel is cheaper than in the summer and you'll have a more authentic experience of the island without so many tourists.

Temperature and Sea Temperatures

The average temperature in November is 18°C with...

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    • Temperature Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 21°C 70°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 18°C 64°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 7 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 109 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 13 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 72°F

    Malta Weather for November 2019

    What's the Weather Like in Malta in November?

    November is usually a mild but rainy month in Malta. But this lovely island is a pleasure to visit at any time of year. It's less crowded and travel is cheaper than in the summer and you'll have a more authentic experience of the island without so many tourists.

    Temperature and Sea Temperatures

    The average temperature in November is 18°C with highs of 21°C and lows of 17°C. And the average sea temperature for Malta in November is 22°C. Some people might find this the ideal temperature to enjoy a dip during their holiday, while others might find it a bit too cold.

    Rain

    Malta receives an average of 81mm of rainfall spread across 15 rainy days so come prepared for some wet weather on your trip. However, the rains are usually heavier and over quicker than in most countries in northern Europe.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    In November, Malta enjoys an average of eight hours of sunshine a day, a figure which is much higher than many other places in northern and central Europe. 

    Humidity

    Malta stays relatively humid all-year-round, thanks to the surrounding sea. During November, the average daily relative humidity for the island is around 75%, which is quite high for this time of year. 

    Wind

    Throughout an average November in Malta, typical wind speeds fluctuate between light air to moderate breezes.

    Malta Hotels in November

    Malta's accommodation options are numerous and there are many good hotels to choose from. The Westin Draganora Resort at 5 Dragonara Rd, Saint Julian's boasts piano music in the bar on evenings, top quality breakfast buffets and a luxury spa, making it a great choice for anyone who wants a relaxing bread.

    The Duncan Guest House at Xatt is Sajjieda, Marsaxlokk, overlooking the fishing harbour at Marsaxlokk and featuring a superb value-for-money restaurant onsite which serves delicious dishes. The spacious rooms boast stunning views, choose from a standard double room or a front view room. This bed and breakfast accomodation is mainly popular due to the bar and restaurant.

    The Corinthia Hotel St George's Bay is situated on a peninsula close to Paceville and Silema making it ideally situated for access to various attractions and landmarks in the area. The deluxe suite room are ideal for anyone wanting a luxurious, plush stay. Pop to the spa for a treatment or dip in the pool. The dazzling beaches surrounding the hotel make it the perfect location to stay.

    Those on a tight budget can consider the Solana Hotel at Gorg Borg Olivier St, Mellieha. The 4* hotel and spa is a decent price considering it has such excellent amenities. It's located in Mellieha, a beautiful Mediterranean village. If you don't plan to stay here it's definitely worth visiting the area. Travel, luxury, beaches, lovely cuisine and sports opportunity are all packed into one place at Solana Hotel. 

    Malta Beach for November

    November is not one of the best times of the year to hit the beach, since the weather is often cool and wet. If you do get a dry and sunny day during your holiday, there is a handful of beaches you can choose form.

    The beach at the Blue Lagoon is a great place to spend the day. If the sun isn't out, you can have hours of fun exploring the various caves, coves and cliffs the beach is known for. The small bay holds shallow, azure-coloured water  and injot's located on the West coast of Comino. This major tourist attraction is definitely worth visiting; it's enjoyable for children too. 

    The fairly secluded Ramla Bay on the island of Gozo is another top place to soak up some rays if the sun is out. It's the largest sandy beach in Gozo and has a rugged natural feel to it. See the statue of the Virgin Mary on the sand; this also attracts tourists. This beach is lined by numerous snack bars, providing you with plenty of choice when it comes to lunchtime.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Malta has many excellent restaurants, and regardless of your tastes, chances are you and your group will be catered for. The Arches, at George Borg Olivier Street, Mellieha, is a good option for French, Mediterranean and international dishes. This restaurant is also widely renowned for serving excellent wines.

    Fans of seafood can consider Wigi's Kitchen, situated at Main Street, Saint Julian's, which also serves international and Italian dishes alongside various seafood. Tuck into a succulent steak and top it off with delicious strawberry meringue for dessert. 

    Trabaxu, located at 1 Triq id-Dejqa/Strait Street, Valletta, is a high quality wine bar which also serves Mediterranean snack food. Entertainment comes in the form of jazz and blues background music, making it a top spot for music lovers in the mood for some quality food and excellent wines.

    A popular nightclub is the Footloose Fun Bar, at St. George's Road, Paceville, Saint Julian's. This club is made up of a bar, chill-out zone and dance floor, making it a great choice whatever you're in the mood for. Weekends are the best time to visit. 

    Things to do in Malta in November

    There are loads of interesting historical sites in Malta that are worth a visit. St. John's Co-Cathedral at St. John Street, Valletta boasts spectacular architecture inside the main area of worship. This church is open from 9:30am to 4:30pm on Mondays to Fridays and 9:30am to 12:30pm on Saturdays. The church has a number of tapestries to admire and there is a book shop that also sells souvenirs. Photography is permitted, provided that no flash is used. The Oratory is recommended for a visit, which includes two works by the artist Caravaggio.

    Mdina Old City boasts spectacular views over the surrounding area, as well as a wide variety of old, attractive buildings and souvenir shops. There is a cathedral inside the main square and the Mdina Dungeons and the National History Museum of Malta are also located inside the city. To get the most out of visiting Mdina Old City, a guided tour is recommended. The Mdina Experience – an audio-visual show – is also worthy of note for those who want to learn more about the history of the place.

    The Point at Tigne Point, Sliema is a popular shopping centre which houses a wide variety of shopping stores. This centre also arranges special party events which are particularly tailored towards children. In addition to the shops and party venue, the Point also features restaurants, some of which boast views over the sea front. The building has three floors and has approximately 1,000 car parking spaces.

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