Weather Averages for Agadir in January
Averages for Agadir in January
January in Agadir sees mild, pleasant days with plenty of sunshine. The average daily temperature in Agadir is 20°C (68°F), reaching highs of 20°C or dropping to lows of 8°C. Agadir sees an average of 7 hours of sunshine each day throughout this month.
While it may be most popular as a holiday resort in the summer, Agadir also sees many tourists in the winter months when the mild and clement weather can provide a welcome break from colder winter climates.
If you are looking for a spot of winter sun on your holiday, Agadir off-season may be the ideal location for you. You may even be able to bag a bargain when booking your accommodation.
The average temperature of the sea is 18°C. The average amount of rainfall this month in Agadir is 41 mm over 6 days.
'Fore!' is a cry that can be heard at any time in Agadir, with the pleasant weather making for the ideal golfing conditions no matter what month of the year it is. And, with Agadir's many golf clubs, it's never been so easy to tee off on your holidays. Fans of the sport will feel right at home in Agadir.
For an experience you're unlikely to find at home, why not try out camel riding? Ever popular with tourists, this is one sport that is bound to leave you with countless happy memories and some fantastic photos for your Facebook page.
January events in Agadir
Milad un Nabi
3rd January 2015
This public holiday celebrates the birth of the prophet Muhammad. It may seem strange to other cultures, but this day is often quiet and relaxed, as there are only restricted festivities on Eid Milad-Un-Nabi as the same day marks the death of the Prophet Muhammad.
2015 Africa Cup of Nations
17th January 2015 to 8th February 2015
Be a spectator at this 30th edition football championship. This is a once in a lifetime experience for all of the football (soccer) lovers out there. African teams will have to qualify for the tournament in various knockout rounds. Participant countries usually include Morocco, Libya, Tunisia, Ghana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda and South Africa. In Africa this tournament is almost as significant as the World Cup as every nation wants their team to be the best in the continent!