Adeje Weather January Averages, Canary Islands
January is one of the coolest times of the year to visit Adeje in Tenerife, but it is still very mild with the average temperature being 18°C. The first month of the year may see temperatures of up to 21°C but also down to 14°C which again is pretty mild for a winter month. Even though this is one of the cooler months of the year, it should still be warm enough for you to spend a day strolling the beach with the average sea temperature being a pleasant 19°C.
You will also be able to enjoy the days outside as there are roughly 6 hours of sunshine a day and an average of only 13 rainy days in the month. With 66mm of precipitation this is one of the wettest months of the year in Adeje, but there is considerably less rain here than elsewhere in Europe.
While December, January and February are the winter months, the weather is still warm and mild and is hotter in these months than in other locations so you will be able to enjoy your holiday during this time and all year round. For this reason, hotels and outdoor swimming pools will remain open all year even during the winter months.
Adeje is a popular destination for holidaymakers because of the warm and mild weather all year round. Many families and couples travel to this holiday destination which is located on the south west coast of Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Due to its southern location on the island, Adeje has warmer average temperatures than some other locations which is why it is so popular with tourists.
You will be pleased to hear that there is only a small 6% chance of a cloudy day in this month however you may experience a few windy days. There are less rainy days than in La Gomera which has the same average temperature but with 17 rainy days. If you're stuck deciding between the two locations, this may be something to consider.
Ocean waves hitting the coast
Where to Stay
If you're looking for a budget hotel for your January stay, we recommend staying at the HOVIMA Panorama which is perfect for couples during their stay in Adeje. There is a choice between the economy studio room and the standard studio room, with the standard studio having a pool view. There are plenty of amenities such as an outdoor pool which is open all year, a golf course, a bar, free parking and more.
If it is a luxury hotel you are after then why not try the Hotel Jardin Tropical which has received a Certificate of Excellence. It has a total of 390 rooms, all of which have a private balcony, TV, flat screen, minibar and more. This hotel has 5 restaurants, full-service spa, outdoor pool, free buffet breakfast and more.
The Bahia Principe Costa Adeje is one of the most popular hotels in Adeje for couples. This 4 star hotel is close to the Playa Fanabe beach and offers a number of different rooms. Amenities include an outdoor pool, tennis court, restaurants, billiards and more.
If it is somewhere romantic you want to stay then we certainly recommend the IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Salome which is perfect for newlyweds, anniversary celebrations or for couples just looking to have a romantic getaway. It is a 5 star hotel and is for adults only. All rooms have a balcony with a sea view and amenities such as free WIFI, outdoor pool, spa and wellness centre, and restaurants.
Palm trees in Costa Adeje
Things to Do
If you get stuck on a rainy day then why not spend a day treating yourself to a spa day at the Spa Eutonos Sheraton Spawellplus which is within the 5 star Sheraton La Caleta Resort. Here you will find luxurious and first class spa treatments that will make you feel like a brand new person. It is a very authentic looking spa that is decorated so well and is known for its Thalassotherapy. We definitely recommend getting the Ayurveda massage, it is amazing.
Another great way to spend a day inside is to visit CC Gran Sur which is a shopping centre based in Calle Lisboa. It is a very nice shopping mall that has plenty of shops to browse and buy from. As well as that, the shopping centre has a cinema that plays English movies and plenty of eateries for when you are feeling hungry after all that shopping.
Sea promenade in Adeje
Restaurants and Nightlife
Holidaymakers who want to try some of the local cuisine should go to the Coeur de Filet restaurant which is located near the Playa de Torviscas beach. It has received a Certificate of Excellence and is known for its fantastic food and service. You can get dishes such as prawn starters and steak and monkfish for a main course.
Harriet's Tea Room and Restaurant is the place to go if you want delicious cakes. Here you'll be able to get a warm scone with jam, scrambled egg and smoked salmon for breakfast, yummy walnut cake, scampi for lunch and more. The premise is a little small so it can get quite full at busy times of the day.
If you're looking for a bit of nightlife then we recommend the Moonlight Bar which is a great bar full of friendly staff. It has everything from nice quality beer at good prices to excellent entertainment including live music. Not only does it have all that, it also has a stunning view of the beach due to its location near the Playa de Torviscas beach.
Another great place to go to for a bit of nightlife is The Pub Tenerife which is also located near the Playa de Torviscas beach. It is a fantastic pub with a real friendly and relaxing atmosphere. They host quiz nights, have a free pool table and cheap beer too.
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