ClimateA major reason why many people choose to purchase a holiday property or main residence in Malta is the climate. Having been voted as the best climate in the world, Malta is mainly warm and sunny from March to November, with temperatures rising to 30 Celsius in the peak summer months of July and August. The sea temperature in summer also reaches around 26C and the weather, even in the evenings remains warm and dry.
Malta also enjoys mild autumn and spring months with temperatures fluctuating between 18C and 25C. The winter months are short, between December and March. Don’t expect any frost or snow as there is none. Do expect some balmy sunny and pleasant days to break the greyness of winter however. Nothing beats a bright and sunny winter day when the countryside is a sharp and clean colour of green when the rest of Europe is covered in snow!