What’s the weather like in Stoupa in January?
January is one of the coolest months of the year, so if you aren’t used to the heat and prefer a colder climate on holiday it’s a great time to travel. Stoupa weather in January enjoys a good deal of sunshine with mild temperatures reaching the mid-teens in the afternoon.
Stoupa is just below the rocky mountains of Taygetos, which protects the village and its turquoise bays from harsh weather conditions. The former fishing village has remained very traditional and is a quiet retreat filled with golden sands, medieval tower houses and a delightful selection of cafes and restaurants. The Mediterranean climate brings slightly warmer weather to the region, which means it’s a lot milder than the UK and offers a great escape from the bleak, cold weather back home.
Averages in Stoupa range from lows of 8°C with highs of 14°C around midday. The weather is quite cool but temperatures never drop below freezing, so you can continue enjoying your holiday and making the most of the quiet beaches and nearby attractions. You’ll have ten hours of pure sunshine per day with a cooling sea breeze travelling along at 10mph. The humidity is around 70% and there’s an expected rainfall of 98mm.