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Weather Averages for Funchal in January
Averages for Funchal in January
Situated on the south coast of Madeira, Funchal is the capital of the island and enjoys a subtropical weather with warm dry summers and mild winters with just a little rainfall. There is hardly any variation in weather between the months, with the exception of the months which fall between October and March, when Funchal experiences most of its annual rainfall.
January is one of the coolest and dampest times of year to visit Funchal. At this time, temperatures can rise up to a pleasant 18°C during the warmest part of the day, cooling down to around 14°C after sunset. The sea breezes can make the evenings quite chilly.
The Madeira Orienteering Festival takes place in January and is a great way to meet new friends while exploring the area. This three-day race takes place in the mountains, surrounded by some of the island’s most beautiful scenery.
Enjoy exploring Funchal on horseback with the help of Quinta do Riacho. You’ll be picked up from your hotel and whisked away to the stables where you’ll be paired up with the best horse to suit your abilities and experience. A superb day out for adults and children alike, this horse riding trip is suitable for everyone – even those who have never been horse riding before.
When it comes to accommodation, Madeira Regency Cliff is ideal for families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Funchal, Madeira. This four-star hotel boasts a cliff-top location with incredible views stretching out across the ocean.
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