Majorca Weather January Averages, Spain

What's the weather like in January in Majorca?

Majorca – the largest of the Balearic Islands – is located in the Mediterranean Sea, just off the east coast of Spain, and is next to Formentera. In January the island enjoys mild temperatures compared with the rest of northern Europe at the same time of year and has as an average of seven hours of daily sunshine. 

Temperature

Average daily temperatures are around 10°C, made ...

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    Majorca Weather for January 2019

    What's the weather like in January in Majorca?

    Majorca – the largest of the Balearic Islands – is located in the Mediterranean Sea, just off the east coast of Spain, and is next to Formentera. In January the island enjoys mild temperatures compared with the rest of northern Europe at the same time of year and has as an average of seven hours of daily sunshine. 

    Temperature

    Average daily temperatures are around 10°C, made up of highs of 15°C in the warmest part of the day and 8°C at nighttime.

    Sea Temperature

    The sea's at 15°C in January, really quite refreshing for a dip in the ocean, but not impossible!

    Rain

    There's 43mm of rain in the average Majorcan January - that's an average of five rainy days in the month.

    What's the weather like in Majorca in January

    Temperature

    Is Majorca warm in January? The first month of the year is one of the coldest months to visit MajorcaBalearic Islands, when the average temperature is just 10°C. During this time of year, highs of up to 15°C are common, falling down to lows of 5°C after dark.

    January 2018 was still a gloriously sunny month, with only one day of prominent cloud cover. January 2017 followed a similar pattern, with a couple of days of rainfall. The top average temperature was 13°C.

    Rain and Average Sunshine Hours

    On average, Majorca in January experiences 11 rainy days, five foggy days and just two hours of sunshine each day.

    Average Sea Temperature

    The sea temperature is very chilly at 15°C, meaning only the bravest of souls should take a dip in the ocean. 

    Majorca Hotels in January

    Hotel Villa Singala

    Hotel Villa Singala in Port de Pollensa is a great choice for families and couples looking for accommodation in Majorca. Just a short distance away from the beach, this hotel offers a number of one- and two-bedroom apartments and each guest has access to swimming pool, snack bar and WiFi. 

    Ses Rotges

    Ses Rotges in Cala Ratjada is another popular pick when it comes to accommodation. Close to the centre of the resort, this restored 18th century mansion features 20 rooms with original décor. Facilities include restaurant, bar, gardens, solarium, hot tub and golf course just 3km away.

    Viva Palmanova

    Families and couples who want to be close to the beach should consider the Viva Palmanova in Calvia. Recently renovated, this complex is close to the Palma Nova beach and offers several swimming pools, children's water playground, gym, sauna, Jacuzzi and restaurants.

    Fowlers Hotel

    Fowlers Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Cala d'Or. This family-run boutique offers a number of studios, apartments and suites and all guests are invited to take advantage of the nearby attractions, including the beach, square, church and village centre.

    Iberostar Albufera Park

    Iberostar Albufera Park is an all-inclusive hotel found on the shores of Playa de Muro. The ideal holiday destination for families with young children, this hotel features swimming pools, daytime and evening entertainment, a number of bars and restaurants, spa and children's club.

    Majorca Beach for January

    If you do get some bright and sunny weather during your stay, make the most of it by spending the day at Alcudia beach. Thought of as one of the best beaches in Majorca, this beach has soft white sand and offers loads water sports, such as water skiing, jet skiing and paragliding. There are also many facilities available, including sun beds, parasols, showers, toilets and lifeguards.

    Magaluf Beach 

    The beach at Magaluf is another top choice for couples and families who want a great choice of water sports. Here you can try banana boats, jet skiing, pedaloes, water skiing and paragliding. There is also a water ski training school for beginners. Facilities are extensive and include life guards, changing rooms, toilets, sun shades and sun loungers.

    Alcudia Beach 

    Situated close to Puerto de Pollensa, Alcudia beach is considered to be one of the best in Majorca. This long beach has soft white sand and shallow water with a playground at one end for children. All kinds of waters sports are available, including water skiing, jet skiing and paragliding. Facilities include sun loungers, parasols, toilets, showers and lifeguards. There is also a great selection of bars, restaurants, shops and hotels nearby.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Julie's Sweets & Sandwiches

    Julie's Sweets & Sandwiches in Cala Bona is a great place to go for lunch or a snack. This small kiosk serves a great choice of freshly prepared sandwiches, rolls, baguettes, pastries and ice cream. Although there is no seating provided, this mini café is the ideal place to grab a bite to eat before enjoying it by the harbour.

    Restaurant Ca'n Josep

    If you're looking for something more filling, Restaurant Ca'n Josep might be just the place. Offering a top selection of Mediterranean dishes, this eatery offers an extensive a la carte menu as well as several daily specials made with seasonal produce. If you like seafood, be sure to try the homemade paella.

    Pacha Mallorca

    When it comes to clubbing, it doesn't get much better than Pacha Mallorca in Palma Nova. As well as a huge dance floor, this club also boasts a room which plays jazz house music if you want a break from the dance tunes. If you're in the mood to chat, head to the chill out zone where you can relax with friends.

    Chi Lounge

    Also in Palma NovaChi Lounge is one of the best beachside lounge bars in the resort. The ideal place to relax and enjoy a few cocktails in the sunshine, this bar will even deliver the drinks to your boat if you're anchored offshore. If you visit the bar itself, you can enjoy great music, fantastic views and a top selection of drinks.

    Things to do in Majorca in January

    Pirates Adventure Show

    Pirates Adventure Show is the ideal family-friendly attraction in Magaluf, suitable for children and adults of all ages. This dinner show is one of the most popular on the island and includes some of the best acrobatics, dancing and gymnastics the world has ever seen. A main meal plus unlimited soft drinks and sangria are included in the ticket price.

    Cathedral (Le Seu)

    Art and history enthusiasts won't want to miss the chance to visit Cathedral (Le Seu) in Palma. This Gothic-style cathedral stretches into the sky in the middle of the city and can be seen from miles around. Its stained-glass windows are one of the characteristics which make it so popular and are a must-see – don't forget to take your camera with you.

    January events in Majorca

    Public Hoilday

    New Year's Day

    1st January 2020

    You may want to celebrate New Year's Day on one of Majorca's stunning beaches including Cala D'or, Cala Formentor, Cala Falco and Alcudia Beach. If you're still awake at sunrise, or you're an early riser, look out for chocolate and “ensaimadas” (a sweet pastry treat local to Mallorca) - many local councils serve these traditional tasty treats to welcome in the New Year.

    Religious

    Celebration of the Three Kings

    5th January 2020 to 6th January 2020

    Majorca’s main Christmas festivities take place in January, with the Three Kings celebrations kicking off on the evening of the 5th. The three wise men travel throughout the island handing out sweets and gifts to children. It's a much-anticipated celebration with every village and town putting on a colourful parade complete with music and floats held at sunset. The island’s capital, Palma, hosts the biggest celebrations in the city’s plaza, where everyone crowds around 7pm to catch a glimpse of the kings. The parade in Palma starts at 5.30pm at Moll Vell (La Llonja).

    Website:

    https://www.seemallorca.com/events/calendar/three-kings-celebrations

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