What’s the weather like in Fuengirola in January?
As part of southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, Fuengirola has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Temperatures can be quite pleasant in January, although it isn’t the month to visit if you’re after a beach break. The weather can be varied in January, with frequent showers as well as five hours of daily sunshine to enjoy. If you visit at this time, pack for all weathers by bringing your sunglasses and a waterproof jacket.
In January, the average temperature in Fuengirola is 11ºC, reaching highs of 15ºC in the hottest part of the day. Although it can feel quite warm in the daytime, you’ll need plenty of layers for evenings out as temperatures drop to 6ºC at night. Around 80mm of rain’s expected at this time of year, spread across 13 days. It’s likely you’ll experience some showers, but you’ll also see plenty of the sun too. It’ll be a bit chilly to swim in the sea, which is a cool 16ºC in January.