Sa Coma Weather January Averages, Spain
What's the weather like in Sa Coma in January?
January is one of the two coldest months of the year in Sa Coma. While temperatures are still above freezing and no real threat of frozen precipitation, it is still cold enough for visitors to bring some heavy coats for the evening and early morning hours.
The average daily temperature for this time of the year is a cool 9°C (48°F). Temperatures will bottom out first thing in the morning with an average overnight low of 4°C (39°F). Occasionally, temperatures will get cooler than the average, but colder overnight lows are typically short-lived. Afternoon highs will climb to an average of 14°C (57°F). With cool temperatures throughout the day, visitors will need to bring a jacket for all-day wear.
Visitors during this time of the year will also have to deal with the occasional rain shower. As a result, a quick check of an extended forecast before leaving home will allow travelers to make sure they have packed the correct clothing. The region will receive an average of 37mm of rainfall throughout the month. This rain is spread over an average of 14 days. As a result, half of the month will see measurable rainfall and visitors will have to keep this in mind when planning a vacation during this time of the year.
Despite the rain, visitors will still get to experience an average of 7 hours of sunshine a day during the month.
Visitors will not be able to enjoy the water that surrounds the island during the month. This is because sea surface temperatures are far too cold for anyone to enjoy. During this time of the year, water temperatures are some of the coldest they will be all year with an average of only 15°C (59°F). While this is too cool for a swim, there are still plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy while on land and the walks can always be taken along the local beaches.
Hotels in Sa Coma in January
Located just 300 meters off the beach. Apartamentos Europa is a perfect place for some relaxation while on a January holiday. All rooms are apartment style and make it easy for guests to save some money while fixing dinner in their room. The hotel offers Wi-Fi, a swimming pool, game room will billiards and table tennis and a large garden perfect for meditation. All rooms have a fully stocked kitchen, bathroom, dining area and balcony.
Protur Playa Cala Millor
Located just up the road from Sa Coma is Cala Millor and the Protur Playa Cala Millor Hotel. This adult-only hotel has recently been completely renovated and is aimed at couples on holiday or on a honeymoon. Located right near the beach, there are two restaurants to enjoy as well as a snack bar, outdoor pool, two heated pools, a gym, spa, sauna and Wi-Fi located throughout the hotel.
Hotel Talayot is a favourite holiday spot for those from Europe, especially visitors from Britain. The hotel offers both breakfast and a dinner meal in a style that is favoured by Brits. Guests will enjoy lounging by the pool complete with a sun terrace, sunbeds and umbrellas. Once the sun sets, there is plenty of entertainment to be had with dancing, competition, live music and shows several times a week. All rooms are immaculately decorated and most offer a view of the nearby sea.
Bars and Restaurants
Those looking for a little bit of everything when going out to eat will enjoy the Britania Pub. With good food and good drinks, there is a lot to like about this nightspot. It's also a great spot to listen to some live music or watch some sports on TV. There is always a crowd and the food is delicious with good prices as well as large servings.
Restaurante El Sol
For food at breakfast, lunch or dinner Restaurante El Sol is a great choice. Guests are greeted by a warm and welcoming staff who will also guide those in need of help with the menu. All food is prepared to order and comes out piping hot. With a good selection of both meat and fish, there is a little something for everyone in this quaint restaurant.
Rose and Crown
Another good British stop is the Rose and Crown in Cala Millor. Just up the road from Sa Coma, this pub has plenty of big screens and even offers karaoke to those who are brave enough to sing. Both the food and the drinks are reasonably priced and the pub is located in a safe part of town.
Things to do in Sa Coma in January
Village of Estellencs
January in Mallorca can be cold and windy, but with few crowds, this is an ideal time of the year to visit the village of Estellencs. This piece of history is located in the Unesco world heritage designate Tramuntana Mountains. After taking in the history of the region, visitors can dine at an award-winning restaurant in the nearby village or enjoy the secluded beach and sunset.
If however, the weather is bad, a great way to warm up is by doing some shopping. Just a short drive from Sa Coma is the capital of Palma complete with some of the best shopping in the world. With everything from high-end fashion to local markets, tourists will be able to find something to bring home as a memory of their trip.
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