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Avg weather in January
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    11 Hrsper day
    48 mmper month
    72 %avg
    10 Mphavg

    Magaluf weather January

    What’s the weather like in Magaluf in January?

    Magaluf weather in January is quite chilly at times, with temperatures at their lowest at night. Warm layers are advised if you’re planning a winter holiday to this beautiful resort. Despite the lower temperatures, you’ll still get to enjoy plenty of Mediterranean sunshine with very little chance of rain.

    Geographical influences

    Magaluf is a very popular holiday resort on the south-west coast of Majorca. Its location on the largest Balearic Island means the resort benefits from the same Mediterranean climate with warm, long summers and mild winters.


    Despite it being winter, January’s climate isn’t as cold as you might expect. The average temperature is around 16°C and it rarely drops below 4°C in the evening. The sea is far too cold to swim in at just 15°C, which means most of the water sports activities will be closed. However, there’s still plenty to do including Katmandu Park and entertaining theatre dinners in the town centre. You’ll have nine hours of lovely sunshine to enjoy per day and with just 34mm of rainfall throughout the month, there’s a good chance you won’t see any showers during your stay.

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