What’s the weather like in Nerja in January?
Found on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, Nerja has a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild, damp winters to the resort. January is the coolest month of the year, but temperatures are still pleasant, and it can get quite warm in the peak of the afternoon. Rain showers are common in January, so you should come prepared with a waterproof jacket or umbrella, although you can still look forward to five hours of daily sunshine.
In January Nerja has an average temperature of 13ºC, reaching a high of 17ºC in the hottest part of the day. It can be t-shirt weather during the daytime, but temperatures drop to 9ºC at night so you’ll need some warmer layers for evenings out. Around 60mm of rain’s forecast in Nerja during January, spread over 13 wet days. Although it’s likely you’ll see some showers, they’re usually only light and short-lived. If you want to go for a dip in the sea, the Mediterranean water measures a cool 16ºC at this time of year.