Malaga, known as the capital of the Costa del Sol, is located in the southern region of Andalusia, borders the Mediterranean with an impressive coastline of 160 km and boasts a wide variety of beaches and marinas. This exceptional location gives the city its typically Mediterranean climate: dry, hot summers, with average temperatures above 22 ºC and mild winters that are rainy and humid.
The weather in Malaga is generally warm most of the year but summer can bring record-breaking heat waves that can reach 44ºC, making it better to avoid the city during this period. In Malaga, cold, freezing winters are practically non-existent, and lows reach 11.9ºC, making it a great time to walk the streets and enjoy the warm outdoors, much warmer than most cities of Spain and Europe.
Malaga’s beaches have a wonderful climate with a humidity of about 66%, making it a perfect city for any outdoor activity. Just make sure you plan your Malaga trip and avoid the winter months where some 51 days of rain make up the entire rainy season.
Besides its wonderful climate, Malaga enjoys 300 days of sun, which makes it an ideal place for a swim at the beach, hiking its mountains or any other outdoor activity.
The lowest winter temperature recorded is 11,9ºC in December and January, making Malaga one of the best cities in Europe to visit even at this time of year.
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