Self catering holidays in Malta

Malta - the friendliest island in the Med

Climate and weather forecast for Malta

Weather and climate in Malta, you might look like a twerp but a hat and umbrella will help prevent sun stroke and sunburnCheck the weather before you book a holiday in Malta

It gets very hot indeed in Malta during July, August and first half of September.

The average temperature is over 30 degrees Celsius and may reach heights of 40. The highest recorded temperatures are 43 C in July and August. If you are not used to those sorts of temperatures you may not be able to cope wth the height of summer in Malta.

We have known people to stay in air-conditioned rooms every day of their holiday until dusk, although during the smmer it does not even cool down much at night.

Do check whether your accommodation is air conditioned before booking.

If you can't stand the heat, visit Malta from April to June or late September to November when the weather is pleasantly warm.

Escape cold climates with holidays during the winter. There won't be any snow, temperatures are likely to be within the 12-16 C range and you may have blue skies and up to 6 hours of sunshine each day.

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