What’s the weather like in Malaga in January?
The popular Spanish resort of Malaga has a very mild winter climate. The Malaga weather in January averages double-digit temperatures and there’s a good amount of Mediterranean sunshine. There’s a lot less rainfall than the previous two months and it’s a quiet and relaxing time to visit the Costa del Sol.
Malaga’s a lively and historic city in southern Spain. It’s in the Andalucia region and has one of the warmest winters in mainland Europe. To the north, the Sierra Nevada mountains help to shield the city from cooler northerly winds. The mild waters of the Mediterranean also stop temperatures falling too low on land.
The city’s average temperature in January’s an impressive 17°C, dropping to lows of just 13°C. The weather in Malaga in January produces only 69mm of rainfall, making it drier than November and December. On average there’ll be 14 days that get some light showers. You can expect around five hours of sunshine in this part of the Costa del Sol, with the sun rising at 8.20am and setting at 6.40pm at the end of the month. The sea temperature reaches about 15°C, so if you’re swimming or taking part in water sports you’ll want to add an extra layer. The UV index is the lowest all year and the wind speed’s moderate along the sandy beaches and promenades.