What’s the weather like in Djerba in January?
With some of the best winter weather in all of the Mediterranean, head to Djerba in the New Year and you’ll experience warm sunshine and lots of blue skies. The fantastic weather in Djerba in January lets you explore this wonderful Tunisian island and its fascinating culture. It’ll be too mild for swimming and sunbathing, but very pleasant compared to the freezing weather in Britain.
Djerba’s year-round warm climate is influenced by its location just off the southern coast of Tunisia. It’s surrounded by the warm seas of the Mediterranean and the Gulf of Gabes, which help to stop the inland temperature falling too low in winter.
The fantastic Djerba weather in January sees an average daytime high temperature of 17°C. This can occasionally dip to 11°C on milder days, and will be a few degrees cooler than that at night. Take a trip to this pretty Tunisian island where the Mediterranean climate means you’ll see plenty of sunshine in January. Expect around eight hours on average each day from ten hours of daylight. The sun doesn’t set until 5.45pm at the end of the month. The rainfall average is just 31mm in January, with about seven days receiving some light rain, but showers usually pass quite quickly. The island will be the coolest all year at 15°C. Wind speeds remain low in Djerba in January, and the breeze should measure 13mph on average. Humidity’s a comfortable 56%.