Malaga Weather November Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like in Malaga in November?
Is It Good To Visit Malaga in November?
November is usually the wettest month of the year in Malaga. But unlike in central and northern parts of Europe, the rain tends to be heavy and short-lived with the majority of the days remaining sunny and dry. Sunshine is reasonably abundant during November an average of 5.8 hours per day.
Is Malaga Hot In November?
Is It Warm Enough To Swim in the Sea in November?
The average sea temperature falls to 18°C at this time of the year, which is rather cool for swimming. But the shallower coastal water may be a little more bearable.
How Rainy Is Malaga In November?
Rainfall averages 95mm per November spread over an average of seven days. Some of the heavier rainstorms can create flooding problems.
Is Malaga Humid In November?
The average relative humidity rises to an average of 72%.
Hotels for Malaga in November
There are many good accommodation options in Malaga, although some are more reliable than others.
Hotel MS Maestranza
The Hotel MS Maestranza at Avda. Canovas del Castillo 1, 29016 has rooms overlooking the Malaga bullring and is well placed for many of the main Malaga attractions and also has spa and jacuzzi facilities.
Suite Novotel Malaga Centro
A reasonable 3-star option is the Suite Novotel Malaga Centro at Calle San Jacinto 7, 29007.
Hotel Monte Victoria
A good bed and breakfast option is the Hotel Monte Victoria at Calle Conde de Urena 58, 29012.
Casa Babylon Backpackers' Hostel
Budget options are fairly numerous and include the Casa Babylon Backpackers' Hostel at C/Pedro de Quejana, 3, 29016.
New Villa Fantastic Views
Self-catering options include the New Villa Fantastic Views 2+1bed Private Pool, on the edge of the town of Coin, about 25 minutes from Malaga Airport.
Beaches for November for Malaga
November is not one of the better times of year to visit the beach, but on a fine day it is still possible to have an enjoyable time on the beach, especially given relatively few tourists at this time of year.
La Malagueta Beach
The La Malagueta Beach has some seafood restaurants nearby and is good for a jog or stroll.
The San Andres beach is located next to the outskirts of Malaga, and is good for a range of activities including windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing and fishing.
Restaurants and Bars for Malaga in November
There are many good restaurants in Malaga that serve local cuisine and tapas.
La Tranca at Carreteria 93, 29008 serves a good assortment of tapas and has a busy and vibrant atmosphere, especially on an evening.
Blue Palm Cafe
For those who would rather have a British-style meal, the Blue Palm Cafe at Paseo Maritimo 7, Marbella 29600 is a sea front cafe which serves Sunday roast dinners and traditional English breakfasts.
You can catch live flamenco performances at the Liceo Flamenco at Calle Beatas, 21, accompanied by local food.
Things to Do in Malaga in November
Fans of art galleries can try out the CAC Malaga at Calle Alemaniais. This art gallery is quite small, but offers a wide range of modern-themed and colourful art exhibits, much of which are daring and unconventional. Many of the works are by local artists but there are some exhibits by internationally-recognised artists, and special exhibitions are periodically hosted at the premises. There is also a shop and cafe contained on-site.
Museu de artes y Costumbres Populares
Another good museum for fans of art galleries to try is the Museu de Artes y Costumbres Populares at Pasillo de Santa Isabel. This is set in an 17th century house and features paintings and exhibits of tools that were widely used back in the 17th century, including tools to facilitate iron making, winemaking, fishing and baking. There are also clay figures portraying people from that era.
Mercadilo Banos del Carmen
Malaga has many good local markets. The Mercadilo Banos del Carmen at Quitapena S/N, Playas del Palo, is held on every first Sunday of the month and sells clothing, foods and some local crafts, vintage and antique items.
Mercado Central de Atarazanas
The Mercado Central de Atarazanas at Calles de las Atarazanas boasts an impressive Moorish entrance and sells mainly food, with meat and vegetables, seafood, meat and chicken, and also some local treats such as "almendras fritas". In the corner of the market are some tapas bars which sell a range of tapas based on products from the market itself.