What’s the weather like in Mykonos in January?
The Greek island of Mykonos has a mild winter season with much warmer temperatures than the UK. You’re likely to see some showers but also plenty of sunshine as the Mykonos weather in January is some of the best in Europe.
Mykonos is a small island in the Aegean Sea, to the south-east of mainland Greece. It’s part of the Cyclades group of islands. Between October and March, Mykonos gets more rain than in the summer, but the mild Aegean temperatures help to stop conditions on the land becoming chilly.
While it’s not warm enough to sunbathe and swim in the sea, the weather in Mykonos in January is perfect for a relaxing break on this peaceful island. The average temperature is 12°C, dropping to lows of around 8°C at night. In the sun, it can feel very pleasant, and you’ll enjoy around seven hours of sunshine each day. The expected rainfall’s 101mm over just 11 wet-weather days, but bring a waterproof jacket in case you’re caught in a light shower. The wind speed is moderate and increases slightly around the coastline. The heat, humidity and UV levels are all low.