The highest number of wet days ever recorded in a single January is 19, which was registered during January 1979, whilst the maximum amount of rainfall ever recorded in a single January day.9mm, which was registered on January 24th 2006.
Although there are no services or amenities available directly on the beach, the promenade which lines the bay is home to many local bars, restaurants and shops.
For lively evening entertainment, you've got the Fataga Bar with live performances every night.Hotel Santa Catalina If you've got your heart set on a five-star hotel, regalos caseros para una mejor amiga consider Hotel Santa Catalina.Guests can choose between rooms with terraces/balconies, rooms with superior balconies, junior suites, superior junior suites and master suites, each of which is decorated in a colourful vintage 1950s-1970s style and features free WiFi access, full kitchen and air conditioning.Over the course of a typical January, wind speeds range between 1 m/s (light air) and 9 m/s (fresh breeze rarely rising above 12 m/s (strong breeze).The highest monthly rainfall ever registered in Gran Canaria in January is 124.9mm, which was recorded at Gran Canaria Airport across January 1957.Despite the beach's slightly curved shape, the waves can often come in very quickly one after another here, so be careful when you're in the sea.So even though there is a fairly good chance you'll experience a shower during your January holiday in Gran Canaria, you'll never get a full day of rain.Anything above 18C is usually considered warm enough for swimming.
Average Sunshine Hours, even though January is a winter month, Gran Canaria still enjoys an average of six hours of sunshine each day at this time of year, along with median cloud coverage of 49 (partly cloudy) which hardly varies at all throughout the month.There's also an a la carte restaurant open on an evening, plus a pool bar and a snack bar, which both serve drinks and snacks during the afternoon.Offering a lush oasis set against a backdrop of mountains, this resort features two huge lagoon-style swimming pools surrounded by a sunbathing terrace dotted with palm trees and other tropical plants.If you prefer to be more active on holiday, you'll love the daily fitness classes and can keep fit with the gym, tennis courts, table tennis and boules in between classes.Originally constructed in 1890 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, this hotel has seen hundreds of famous faces pass through its doors, including Winston Churchill and even the Royal Family.
Canary Islands making it one of the most exciting islands to visit on holiday.
If you see locals practising any form of surfing, you're best off staying out of the water.