What’s the weather like in Lefkas in January?
Lefkas weather in January is cold compared to the rest of the year. Unlike the hot summer months, you wouldn’t be able to spend your days soaking up the sun on the beaches, but the weather in Lefkas in January is still warmer than what it would be back home at the same time.
Lefkas has a typically Mediterranean climate, meaning you can expect hot summers and cooler winters. Many of the beaches are sheltered, but they’ll still be fairly cold in the month of January. The beaches along the south coast are always a lot windier and the temperatures drop when you head to the mountainous areas of the island.
If you’re wanting to visit Lefkas in January, you need to bear in mind that it’s the coldest month of the year on the island, with an average temperature of just 9˚C. At the most, it can rise to around 12˚C, but the average low for the month is 6˚C. There are around 13 days of rain in Lefkas in January, with an average of 140mm of rainfall. Taking a dip in the sea at this time of year may not be the wisest idea, as the water temperature will be about 16˚C. And overall, you can expect to enjoy five hours of sunshine each day.