Fantastic beaches nestled between the mountains and the sea
Nestling between the mountains and the sea, Malaga, on Spain’s east coast, is known as the capital of the Costa del Sol.
Port average temperature
The climate is Mediterranean-Subtropical with mild winters and comfortable summers. Malaga enjoys plenty of sunshine throughout the year, with an average of about 300 sunshine days and only about 50 days with precipitation annually. It is located on the coastline, the winds blowing from the Mediterranean Sea makes the heat manageable during the summer. It experiences the warmest winters of any European city with a population over 250,000 and over 100,000 jointly with two other cities from Andalusia: Almería and Algeciras. Its average annual temperature is 18°C : 23°C during the day and 13°C at night.
In the coldest month - January, the typically temperature ranges from 11 to 18°C during the day, 4 to 12 °C at night and the average sea temperature is 15–16°C. In the warmest month - August, the typically temperature ranges from 26 to 32°C during the day, above 20°C at night and the average sea temperature is 23°C. Average number of days above 21°C is 206, average number of days above 32 °C is 18. Average morning relative humidity 79%, evening relative humidity 57%. Average number of frost days is 0. Sunshine hours is till 2,815 per year, from 158 in December to 338 in July rain occurs mainly in winter, the summers are generally dry season, with the summer temperatures lasting 8–9 months. December, January and February are characterized by early-autumn/spring temperatures.
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