What’s the weather like in Sardinia in January?
Located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, the Italian island of Sardinia has short, mild winters bringing cooler temperatures and damp weather to the region. In January Sardinia is quite cold, with snow on some of the higher mountains, although afternoons are often pleasantly mild. Most days are cloudy at this time of year, but you’ll still see plenty of sunshine alongside the occasional rain shower.
In Sardinia, the average temperature at this time of year is a cool 10°C, with highs of 14°C in the peak of the day. At night, temperatures dip to a low of 6°C, so you’ll need to pack plenty of layers to stay warm in the evenings. The Mediterranean waters are a chilly 14°C at this time of year, so you’ll need to be brave if you want to take a swim. Although this is one of the wettest months on the island, just 20mm of rain is expected during the month.