Costa Caleta Weather January Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 18°C 64°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 21°C 70°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 15°C 59°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 6 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 16 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 5 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 19°C 66°F
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    Costa Caleta Weather for January 2019

    What's the Weather like in Costa Caleta in January


    Compared to many other areas of the world, Costa Caleta sees some very pleasant January temperatures, with a daily average temperature of 18°C (about 64°F). The temperatures are about 1 degree higher than those in December. The mild weather makes the resort an ideal place to escape the dreary winter weather the UK typically sees this time of year. At night and in the evening hours, the lows for January drop to 15°C (around 59°F), while the highs reach 21°C (about 70°F).

    Average Sunshine Hours

    With the moderate temperatures, you will probably want a light jacket or sweater during the day and a heavier jacket at night for when the temperatures drop. During the peak heat of the day, you may even get away with short-sleeves. The resort sees 8 hours of sunshine per day, giving you ample time to enjoy lots of outdoor activities. The chance of having a sunny day during your stay is 39 percent, so you will probably want to pack some sunglasses or a hat to protect your eyes.


    You can expect about 16mm of rain during the month, but it generally falls over 5 days, so don't expect heavy showers, but lighter showers might be present throughout the month. The chance of rain on any given day is only 11 percent, but you'll probably want to still pack an umbrella or a poncho to be sure you don't get caught in the rain. There is an 8 percent chance of a cloudy day during this time as well.


    A hat might come in handy too, as there is a 48 percent chance of a windy day.

    Average Sea Temperature

    The sea temperatures for Fuerteventura this month average around 19°C (about 66°F). For most people, it might still be a little chilly for swimming and watersports, unless you have the proper dry or wet suit.

    Costa Caleta Hotels in January

    Bungalows Fuertesol

    Ideal for families traveling together in January, Bungalows Fuertesol has apartment-style accommodation that offer lots of space. The apartments all sit around the complex's large pool for a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. You can cook your own meals in the apartment's kitchen, or take advantage of the restaurants and room service options the hotel offers. Each apartment also has a twin bedroom, living room with sofa bed, private terrace and pay-per-view television. Other hotel amenities include bar, snack bar, terrace, kids' pool and squash courts.

    Esmeralda Caleta de Fuesta

    The Esmeralda Caleta de Fuesta villa sleeps up to eight people with three bedrooms and one bathroom. Guests have access to a shared outdoor swimming pool, private terrace with furniture, satellite television, barbecue and lounge chairs. The house is centrally-located, only 10 minutes from the airport, a five-minute walk from the beach and near two golf courses. Several restaurants, supermarkets and shops are also within walking distance. The home has a washing machine, full kitchen and family bathroom.

    Club Caleta Dorada

    With three-star accommodations and lots of extra amenities, the Club Caleta Dorada is a great choice for families, couples and single travelers. Hotel amenities include a nightclub, cocktail lounge, poolside restaurant serving Chinese cuisine, and beach bar with terrace and lounge chairs. You won't get bored here with the squash courts, playground, pool, game room and billiards. Room choices include standard and two-bedroom hotel rooms, one and two-bedroom apartments and one and two-bedroom bungalows. 

    Bars and Restaurants

    Flowers of Scotland Bar

    With nightly live entertainment from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m., Flowers of Scotland Bar is the place to head for a fun night out in Costa Caleta. The bar boasts a large projector screen and 14 additional LED televisions showing tons of sporting events every day. Four of the televisions are located outside on the terrace, so you can enjoy the beautiful weather and catch the game at the same time. With two daily happy hours and a wide array of beers on draught, you're sure to have a good time.

    Fusion 22

    For authentic Indian flavors, check out Fusion 22 on the north side of town. The restaurant's menu includes Indian classics like chicken tikka masala, chicken pakora, onion bhaji and naan. With generous portions and reasonable prices, Fusion 22 is a great choice for all types of travelers and all budgets. You can also catch up on the outside world and everything you're missing back home with the restaurant's free Wi-Fi.

    The Step Inn

    Visitors who fancy a good pint of Guinness should head to The Step Inn, an Irish pub run by a father and son team. Open for lunch, dinner and late night, the restaurant and bar serve up a variety of other beers, as well as wine and cocktails. Throughout the week, you'll be treated to live entertainment. Kids are welcome too; there's a Wii Nintendo they can play while you enjoy your drinks. The bar serves all-day breakfast, bar snacks and burgers and sandwiches, so you can soak up some of that Guinness with good food. 

    Things to do in Costa Caleta in January

    Mueso de la Sal

    Before it was a tourist destination, Fuerteventura was a major hub for salt. With the cooler daytime temperatures, January is a good time to tour the Museo de la Sal, or Salt Museum, as well as the El Carmen Salt Pans. Located just south of Caleta de Fuste, the museum explores the history of and modern importance of salt. The salt pans are still in use, so you can view the process of mining salt during your visit.

    African Market

    The African market in Caleta de Fuste is an open-air shopping market selling locally-made goods. It's a great place to find interesting artwork, jewelry, home décor and other souvenirs to remember your trip to the island of Fuerteventura. It's also a great place to meet and talk to the native people that call the area home.

    Brujula Rent

    Another way to see the island is on motorized scooters rented from Brujula Rent a Scooter. You can rent the scooters on your own or use the company's tour guides to take you on a trip around the area. The scooters come as one and two-seaters and all rentals include a helmet for your safety.

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