Santa Susanna Weather January Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like In Santa Susanna In January
On average, January is one of the coldest months of the year in San Sebastian. But though average temperatures remain around 8°C during the month, this Mediterranean weather is still far milder than anything experienced in the UK. Average highs of 13°C during the day time ensure only a cardigan or light coat is required for walking around the region. Which will also be ample protection from the 61mm of rain which is usually expected to fall throughout the month.
In reality, even 61mm of rain throughout the entire month only equates to approximately 9 days with a chance of rain. This ensures plenty of time for sunshine every day during the period.
Expect up to 7 hours of daily sunshine in Santa Susanna in January creeping close to 8 as we get closer towards the end of the month. And humidity levels stay at a very comfortable 77%.
Wind is not too much of a concern in January. A northerly wind from the Pyrenees Mountains can make the climate feel cooler. However with minimum average temperatures usually no lower than 2°C, there is very little chance of any frost in San Sebastian. Even in January.
Historically, there has been some extreme temperatures in San Sebastian. In 1985, January recorded its lowest ever temperature in the region which was just -7°C. Conversely, 2004 saw the warmest temperature in San Sebastian in January, offering temperatures of up to 22°C. It is therefore far more likely that San Sebastian will be slightly warmer than expected, rather than drastically cooler.
The freshness in the air ensures that storms are not such an issue during January, providing a much more consistent climate. However, there is the chance of cloud during the month, which means that you will have to check the forecast carefully before undertaking any significant treks or long walks if you want to enjoy the views.
Santa Susanna Hotels In January
The Hotel Caprici is a great place to stay in Santa Susanna when you want everything close at hand. Its location near to the city centre ensures all the most popular attractions are only a short walk away. Yet the hotel is situated inside its own grounds so there is never too much noise. The beach and the train station are also accessible by foot, so even on the colder days in January you can enjoy a good day out. Friendly staff are always on hand and with some excellent bargains in the low season, Hotel Caprici offers outstanding value for money.
Hotel Luna Club
The Hotel Luna Club is situated just outside of the region of Santa Susanna, but it is the ideal place to stay if you want to get away from it all. Yoga, Watsu and Thai-Chi are just some of the relaxation classes available at the hotel. But if you just want to laze around by the pool, the staff will do everything they can to assure your comfort. Even the food at the hotel has been crafted under the 'Slow' concept to ensure a healthy cuisine that is equally delicious. Take some time out of your hectic life and enjoy the harmony of Hotel Luna Club.
Hotel Can Barrina
Stay at the Hotel Can Barrina for a truly beautiful retreat from the British winter. This stunning hotel is based within Montseny National Park to provide everything you need for a truly memorable stay. From the very clean and spacious rooms to the living room with real fire perfect for those colder January nights, this hotel is personal, comfortable and utterly irresistible. Opt for a romantic meal for two set on the veranda when the weather allows. Or enjoy a hand blended cocktail whilst playing one of the many table games on offer. This is the ideal place to stay with a loved one and make the memories you will always want to keep.
Bars And Restaurants
Restaurante La Maduixa
Restaurante La Maduixa is actually based in Malgrat de Mar, as opposed to being directly in Santa Susanna. But it is only a short walk away. A combination of Mediterranean, Spanish and Italian food styles mean there is something for everyone at this welcoming restaurant, whatever time of year you visit. Prices are very reasonable and the multilingual staff make it very easy for you to choose your meal. Even the kids feel welcome. It's a place where all the family can have some fun.
Boulevard Don Angel
Like many of the restaurants in Santa Susanna, the Boulevard Don Angel is situated within a hotel. And the Boulevard Don Angel is located within the aptly named Hotel Don Angel. There are actually two restaurants within this hotel, both of which make non-residents feel as welcome as those who are staying there. And because the hotel is open all year round, you can always enjoy their hospitality. With a mixture of a la carte options and 'show cooking', no meal at Boulevard Don Angel is ever going to disappoint.
For a good beer and a friendly atmosphere, pop down to the Stote Inn and you won't be disappointed. This Scottish pub has Jameson's on tap, but they can also mix a mighty fine cocktail. In the mornings you can enjoy a full English or Scottish breakfast and catch up on all the latest sports news on the TV's. Then come back for a good old home cooked lunch. There's even Tetley tea on offer to make sure your bangers and mash is washed down just right. And then come back in the evening for some laid back fun. Everyone feels welcome at the Stote.
Things To Do In Santa Susanna In January
Santa Susanna is full of authentic historical monuments and towers which have been beautifully preserved over time. And the Mas Galter is one of the most popular. This historical watchtower is situated in the Carrer del Bou and actually belongs to a local family. Its cylindrical shape makes it the perfect example of the Catalonian architecture of the time, with a capped top which still keeps off the January rain at times. Enjoy a trip and visit el Colomer Park which is situated next to it and gain a sense of the history of Santa Susanna for yourself.
It doesn't matter what month of the year it is in Santa Susanna, the sea is always calling. And January offers one of the most exciting times to hit the waves. While sea temperatures of 14°C might not entice you into swimming or surfing, the ragged waves offer the perfect time to enjoy life on board a boat. Starting from the beach, directly opposite the train station, there are a number of different boat trips you can take from Santa Susanna. In the peak months, these trips will be packed with a range of international tourists. But in the winter months, you can enjoy a much more peaceful day exploring.