The beauty of being in Mallorca in January is that the festivities continue way past Christmas. Straight after New Year’s Eve, there’s great anticipation for the arrival of the Three Kings on 5th January. Then there’s the centuries-old festival of Sant Antoni to look forward to, bringing parades, parties and bonfires to towns and villages across the island on the 16th and 17th of the month.
Concerts, fun for children and sport and cultural events; for just over a week from 13th January, Palma once again comes alive to honour the patron saint of the city, Sant Sebastia. Throw in some welcome winter sunshine and Mallorca in January is a joy.
Weather in Mallorca in January
The good news is that January is relatively dry, while the not-so-good is that this month is the coolest in Mallorca. There is typically plenty of sunshine around to warm daylight hours, however, and temperatures often reach average highs of 15°C. This, and infrequent rainfall, makes January a good time to go walking and cycling.
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Top things to do in January on Mallorca
If you like shopping, you’ll love Mallorca’s capital Palma in January. Winter sales start around 7th January and continue right through the month, and a weekend break to sunny Palma is an ideal way to shake off the post-Christmas blues. Mallorca Fashion Outlet, an attractive mall just 15 minutes from Palma, is also a great place to find bargains in January.
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Local Festivals in January
The blazing bonfires of Sant Antoni; bustling Palma streets during Sant Sebastia and the devilish Correfoc fire run: January has no shortage of atmospheric festivals. For children, the biggest and most exciting of all has to be Three Kings Day, when Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar arrive on camels bearing presents.
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Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in January
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After a busy, stressful Christmas period, Mallorca in January can be the perfect winter tonic. Whether you want to shop, hike, cycle or explore cultural activities, this is the time to do so free of crowds. Temperatures are cool yet rain is not as common as during autumn and the sun shines most days, so provided it’s not bikini weather you’re looking for, you should find January days in Mallorca very pleasant.
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