What’s the weather like in Andalusia in January?
If you visit Andalusia in January, you’ll avoid the busy crowds of the summer and get to experience the region at its quietest time. The climate has cooled in winter, which means you’ll need to pack warmer clothes for your stay.
Andalusia stretches from the Mediterranean Sea coast in the east of southern Spain to the Portuguese border in the west. It’s a very large region with vibrant coastal towns, theme parks and historical sites. These include the Alhambra Palace, Córdoba’s Mezquita Mosque-Cathedral and the Alcázar castle in Seville. Andalusia weather in January is cool and comfortable. It’s ideal weather for exploring the region and travelling to nearby resorts and villages for some sightseeing.
You’ll need to dress warmly in January because the daily average is just 13°C and it gets even colder at night. However, you’ll still get to soak up ten hours of bright sunshine per day with an average humidity of 71%. Winds reach speeds of up to 7mph along the coastline, which can bring the temperature down in those areas. There isn’t much rain in the winter, with just 9mm of rain spread across the month.