Weather tenerife in january: Weather on the island of Tenerife in january 2023
Climate and Weather – Weather in Tenerife in January
Is January a good time to visit Tenerife?
Summer never ends, they say, on the idyllic island of Tenerife in the Canaries, and with its tropical ambience, temperate climate and low rainfall it indeed offers the sunny side of life all year round. The weather in Tenerife means visitors can enjoy the 12 Blue Flag beaches, forest walks and soaring volcano in January and every month of the year.
Climate in Tenerife in January
“Winter sun” is the watchword of the tour touts for Tenerife during January, and for once you can believe the sales talk! With an average maximum temperature of 21°C during January, the Canary island of Tenerife is a bright beacon in a bleak northern European winter, just four hours flying time from the grim, wintry UK. Nothing is perfect, however, and we have to admit to the odd spot of rain, but on this idyllic island this is more likely to fall in the northern part of the island. The south, which includes the popular resorts of Playa de las Americas and Los Gigantes, experiences an average of six hours of sunshine a day in January, and is drier and warmer all year round than the north and the high altitude slopes of the mountain. A real novelty of the island’s micro-climate is being able to sunbathe on the beach in the morning, and take a trip up the Teide Mountain to play in the snow in the afternoon.
What’s on in Tenerife in January
The sound of music pervades Tenerife, and the neighbouring island of Gran Canaria, during January when the Canary Islands Festival takes place, showcasing the best of classical music in a variety of venues, especially the Santa Cruz Auditorio on Tenerife. Music lovers flock from around the world to enjoy this popular festival, which includes local and international orchestras.
What to pack for a holiday in Tenerife in January
It’s the middle of winter on the islands, but that simply means you may need a warm jumper in the evenings, if you plan to stick to the coast. For the rest of the time bring your beach gear – sunbathing and swimming will be high on the agenda – and some saucy party outfits for evening fun. A pair of comfortable trainers will be good if you want to explore the island on foot. Those planning to conquer the crest of Mount Teide will need snow gear – temperatures aloft in the snow can be close to freezing or below.
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Weather forecast Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January
Santa Cruz de Tenerife is a great destination in January. A good weather comfort index of 62/100 and a good rate of sunshine mean that you’ll be able to enjoy the Island’s nature and the sea. In January, temperatures can reach up to 19C and chances of rain are very low, with five hours of sunlight every day. At 19C, sea bathing may still tempt those used to the colder waters of the Atlantic. There is usually a breeze, as there so often is on the Canary Islands, but it isn’t unpleasant.
The weather prediction service inSanta Cruz de Tenerife is based on a calculation which takes into account historic data from the last 10 years, as well as predictions based on certain criteria such as air temperature, humidity, water temperature, wind speed and sunshine.
Prepare your things now for your stay by taking a look at the weather predictions forSanta Cruz de Tenerife.
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The weather is rated on a scale from 0 to 100, with the worst weather conditions ranging between 0 and 19 and the best ranging above 79.