Weather forecast for the Camino Mozárabe from Málaga in January

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Start date
Jan 1
Start town
End date
Jan 21
End town
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
465 km
Daily distance
22.1 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
1.7 mm/day

On the Camino Mozárabe, winter temperatures stay between 16°C in Málaga and get lower to around 13°C or less as you go up to Mérida. Some northern areas can be very cold, almost freezing.

You'll start from the seaside town of Málaga and move into Andalusia, then finally reach Mérida in the Extremadura region. Andalusia is usually sunny, although January can also be partly cloudy. Some parts of the route near Antequera and Villanueva de Algaidas can have heavier rains.

Moving from Andalusia to Extremadura, you'll still find a lot of sun but also periods with clouds and heavy rain. Don Benito and Castuera are towns in this area where you might experience more rain from heavy downpours to light drizzles.

Rainfall is low at the beginning of the trip, an average of 0.2 mm/day but it increases as you move north. Some locations may even witness up to 5.3 mm/day of rain when you get to the northern parts.

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