Weather in Malta in July

In One Word - Glorious Weather

The weather is very hot at this time. A great time to be in Malta! Long days, sunbathing, long hot evenings, cruises. The ideal time for your summer holiday with shorts, t-shirts sandles or filflops. A lovely

Weather in Malta in July – Here is what you need to know

A glance to the weather in Malta for July – Have a look further down…

- Malta in July, what is the weather like?
- Should I come during July?
- What should I pack and wear for visiting Malta during July?
- What should I wear for different occasions?
- What can I do during July?
- What are the practical things to do during July?
- What are the cruises to enjoy a day to the Blue Lagoon at Comino?

Gozo Ferry passenger looking at Comino

Statistics for July

- Highest Recorded 43°C (110°F) | Lowest Recorded 17°C (63°F)

- Daily Average: Highest 32°C (89°F) | Lowest 23°C (99°F)

- Daylight Hours of Sunshine 12.2

- UV Index 10 to 11

- Rainfall 0.2mm (0.01")

European Countries for July

- Austria 21°C | 70°F

- Belgium 19°C | 66°F

- France 20°C | 68°F

- Germany 19°C | 66°F

- Ireland 16°C | 61°F

- Italy 25°C | 77°F

- Netherlands 17°C | 63°F

- Poland 17°C |  63°F

- Sweden 12°C | 54°F

- Spain 24°C | 75°F

- Switzerland 19°C | 66°F

- United kingdom 19°C | 66°F

Weather in Malta in July - What Should I Pack and Wear?

- You need only summer clothes. Plenty to get you by for your holiday.

- There is no need for any sweatshirts or cardigans. The evenings are warm too so you will not need them but if you feel safer to get a top with long sleeves do so. Better be safe than sorry, think of being comfortable.

- Beach wear, light dresses, light shirts, shorts, sneakers, tennis shoes, sandals and flip flops with sunblock and hats.

- If you intend going for walking tours during the day be sure to take all the protection you feel best with good walking airy shoes. Do not get anything that will make you feel hot.

- Bring with you smart casual wear for your evening out. It will be enough and you will feel relaxed to mix around.

- Packing ideas as suggested and adjust to your needs and your family. Travel as light as possible. In this way you can save on luggage expense.

Suggestions of Things To Do in Malta During July

 - It is the time of various evening festival and concerts. See details on the activities of July page.

 - Take a hop-on hop-off tour of Malta and Gozo. Link to tours.

 - The open air night clubs are now at full swing. Dance away at Ciampula (limits of Siggiewi). Then also at Club Numero Uno at Ta’ Qali. Both are close to Rabat in Malta. You need transport arrangements for these two locations as they are not reachable by public transport late at night.

Fireworks display at Qrendi village feast

 - In Malta the areas with the most night clubs, bars and restaurants is St. Julian’s with Paceville being the most popular as they are adjacent to each other. Other areas are at Bugibba, Mellieha and Marsascala.

 - In Gozo you find a few clubs in Rabat and a disco called La Grotta on the main road leading to Xlendi where it is busy during weekends especially in summer.

 - Attend to a Maltese folklore nights at the Limestone Heritage Siggiewi. Taste Maltese food, entertainment and folklore dancing.

Tours & Cruises

Cruises During July

Malta Cruises:

Yacht Day Charter with Skipper
Round Malta Day Cruise
Boat Rental Without Licence
Spirit of Malta
Sunset Cruise | Operates on a Sunday only
Spirit of Malta Adventure | Departure on Monday & Thursday
Harbour Cruise - Malta's Galant History | Departure daily from the Sliema Marina.
Mysteries of the Grand Harbour | Departures Monday, Wednesday & Friday all month
Sunday Special | Departures on on Sunday
Underwater Safari | Departures Monday to Saturday in April
Above & Below | Departures Monday, Wednesday & Friday all month

Gozo & Comino Cruises: 

Comino & The Blue Lagoon
Gozo, Comino and The Blue Lagoon
The Best of Gozo and Comino
Travel By Powerboat to Comino and/or Gozo
Full Day 3 Island Sailing Trip | Operates only on a Monday
Boatparty in Malta & Gozo | Departures Wednesday & Friday to Sunday
Gozo Jeep Safari & Comino Cruise | Departures Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday

All other cruises start around March when the weather is more settled.

Tours During July

Full Day Tours:

Discover Gozo - Full Day | Departures Monday, Thursday & Saturday
Malta Prehistoric Temple Tour Full day | Held on Friday
Mdina & Malta Highlights Full Day | Operates Tuesday & Friday

Half Day Tours:

Majestic Valletta Half Day | Operates Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Malta Prehistoric Temple Tour Half day | Held on Saturday
The Three Cities Tour Half Day (Morning) | Operates only on a Wednesday
Blue Grotto and Marsaxlokk Extended Half Day (Morning)| Operates only on a Sunday

Sicily Tours:

Sicily Mt. Etna and Modica | Operates Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Sicilies eastern coast with Syracuse, Marzamemi and Noto | Held on Wednesday & Sunday
Sicily Mount Etna and Taormina | Operates Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday

Jeep Tours:

Malta Jeep Safari Tours | Operates Monday to Saturday all year round
Gozo Jeep Safari Tours | Operates Monday to Sunday all year round
- Defender Jeep Safari Tours: Malta Gozo | Operates Monday to Saturday all year round

Family Tours:

Snorkeling in Malta
Dolphins Swimming
Malta Film Tour
Segway Tour in Malta
Hypogeum in Malta
Sightseeing in Malta | Sightseeing in Gozo
Night tour through Valletta, Mosta and Mdina | Operates on a Tuesday

Other Tours:

Diving for Beginners
Beach Day in Malta
Malta Private Tour
Jet Skiing Malta
Fishing Trips / Deep Sea Fishing / Deep Sea Angling in Malta
Dinner & Show | Held on Wednesday & Friday
Malta in One Day | Operates on Wednesday & Friday

Quick July Weather Malta Taughts

- July is the driest, sunniest even from the month of August although August is very hot too.

- It is peak summer. The heat is on and how. Intense heat, adjust yourself.

- The beaches are full with locals and tourists. You can sunbathe as much as you want. 

- It is the time to take it slower during the day, stay as much as you can in cool temperatures. You will look for air conditioned locations. At the beach it is important to have at least an umbrella. 

- Malta being such a small island we do get wind. Many times it is ideal if you are at the beach. At the same time you might think that the you will get less of a sun tan. Do not be misled. Use sunscreens as recommended.

- The average temperature for this month increases from 25°C (77°F) to 27°C (80°F) up to the end of the month with daily highs and lows follow the same pattern. 

- By now the weather is stable. It is summer. Average rainfall is 0mm.

- There could be a minor precipitation but most likely with a few drops of rain. Exceptions occur with minor rainfall if any. The weather will still remain very hot.

- Morning and evening are by now hot. You will feel the heat in on already. Evening are hot and the nights are too. You need air conditioning and fans to cool you down.

People relaxing at Ramla l-Hamra Bay Gozo

- Day light is 12 hours, early sunrise and late sunset. It is the month with the longest daylight. 

- Rainfall is minimal and you will surely not have any throughout your holiday.

- Clear skies all day long. Good cover hats and sunglasses. Apply creams as frequent as possible. Drinking of water is highly recommended. 

- Also if you go for sightseeing and walk around to see historical places, the air will be very dry and the heat will have a strong effect on you. Take precautions.

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