Averages for Corralejo in January

January    

Weather Lowdown

Corralejo is a small town, situated on the island of Fuerteventura in the country of Spain. Even in January, you can expect good weather compared to the UK. The daily average temperature is usually around 17°C (about 63°F). The average high temperature reaches 19°C (around 66°F), while the low average temperature during the month is 14°C (around 57°F). 

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Averages for Corralejo in January

  Temperature 17°C

63°F

Low Temperature 14°C

57°F

  High Temperature 19°C

66°F

  Sunshine Hours 8 hrs
  Chance of Sunny Day 67 %
  Rainfall 27mm
  Rainfall days 8 days
  Chance of Rain 17 %
  Sea Temperature 19°C

66°F

Chance of Windy Day 17 %
Daily averages for January

Daily averages for January

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Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
°C 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23
°F 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73

Averages for Corralejo in January

January    

Weather Lowdown

Corralejo is a small town, situated on the island of Fuerteventura in the country of Spain. Even in January, you can expect good weather compared to the UK. The daily average temperature is usually around 17°C (about 63°F). The average high temperature reaches 19°C (around 66°F), while the low average temperature during the month is 14°C (around 57°F). 

Though it’s the coldest time of year for the resort, the weather is still nicer than many parts of Europe. If you’re travelling to the resort, then pack a jacket as you may need one in the evening. Short-sleeve shirts and shorts or capris would be appropriate during the day, with the sunny days and comfortable temperatures. The sun shines for around eight hours per day, so you’ll definitely want to bring your sunglasses and sunscreen for time outdoors.

There may be a light shower or drizzle so you may want an umbrella or raincoat. You can expect up to 27mm of rain over the course of eight days during the month. While there, you’ll have an eight percent chance of cloud cover and an 11 percent chance of rain on any given day. Hold onto your hat while here; in January there is a 48 percent chance of a having a windy day.

The average sea temperature is normally 19°C (about 66°F), still warm enough for most to enjoy a swim in the ocean. The average humidity for the resort is around 70 percent, but it shouldn’t feel sticky or uncomfortable due to the milder temperatures and breezes that blow across the island and through the resort.

The highest ever recorded temperature in January for Corralejo was 27°C (about 80°F) with the lowest being 4°C (around 39°F).

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Where to Stay

For a budget stay, consider the Apartamentos San Valetin. These simple but comfortable apartments contain private bathrooms, kitchens, balconies or terraces, telephones and televisions. Even in January, you can utilize the three swimming pools and sun terrace thanks to the warm weather. You’ll also have access to a pool table, sauna, tennis courts, supermarket and 24-hour reception area. The apartment complex is conveniently located too; it’s only a 600m walk to the beach.

If you want extra privacy or need more room, try Villa Aries. The four-star accommodations sit close to Corralejo Dunes Natural Park and Corralejo Beach. The villa boasts three bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, flat screen televisions, wireless internet, free parking and a terrace. Both children and pets are welcome, with cribs available for free.

Alternatively, you may like Villa Zeus, a large and well-appointed three-bedroom villa situated just 20 minutes from the center of Corralejo. You’ll enjoy marble décor throughout with one double room, two twin rooms, two bathrooms, Jacuzzi, kitchen, lounge with flat screen television and dining area. Other amenities include a private pool, sun terrace, garden and barbeque. Nearby, you’ll find a bar, restaurant and grocery and the beaches of Corralejo are only 10 minutes away by car.

Things to Do

With the mild temperatures that Corralejo experiences in January, it is a great month to try mountain biking to explore the island. Easy Riders Bike Center rents mountain bikes and offers guided tours to view the stunning landscapes of the town. Whether you’re a beginner or more experienced rider, Easy Riders caters to all experience levels, including children, so you can make it a family outing.

This month is also a great time to try out flat green bowling at Corralejo Bowls. Similar to regular bowling, flat green bowling takes place on outdoor flat lanes made up of short grass. The people of Corralejo Bowls help newbies learn the basics and offer guidance on how to play the game. 

If you prefer to explore, then take a tour to Lobos Island. You can visit the island via ferry from Corralejo Harbour and the trip takes just 15 minutes. Sail along on a glass bottom boat and view the marine life without having to get wet. Once on the island, you can sunbathe on the sandy beaches, explore the natural landscape or have something to eat in one of the many restaurants.

Hit the Beach

If sunbathing is more your speed then you’ll have plenty of choices with a number of beaches in the resort. El Moro has 300 meters of golden sands and a lifeguard service to ensure your safety. This is also a great beach to swim, with a still-warm average sea temperature of 19°C (about 66°F).

Eating & Drinking Out

The Robins Nest may just make Englischers feel right at home, with Old Speckled Hen on tap at this friendly, traditional pub. Along with a large selection of beers, The Robins Nest serves cocktails, wine and spirits. While there, you’ll enjoy daily drink specials and live entertainment nearly every night.

One of the top bars in Corralejo, Aqua provides scenic views of the beach and ocean. The bar serves beer, cocktails and other alcoholic drinks, as well as small plates, snacks and desserts. While small, the bar has friendly servers and a laid-back atmosphere.

Serving Scottish favourites like mince, tatties and steak pie, An Caisteal also serves over 30 varieties of malt whiskey and other drinks. Family-friendly with a kids’ menu, the restaurant caters to sports-lovers too with large TVs showing a variety of athletic events. If you want to take your food to the beach or back to your hotel, An Caisteal offers all its menu items to go.

Dates to Note

As an homage to the season of Epiphany and a continuation of the Christmas festivities, the locals of Corralejo and Fuerteventura celebrate Three Kings Day on January 5. The festivities include a parade through all the towns on the island featuring the Three Kings, who brought gifts to the baby Jesus. The Kings pass out candy and other sweets to viewers along the parade route.

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