What’s the weather like in Larnaca in March?
Sitting on the south coast of Cyprus, Larnaca is a beach resort that has grown up around a historic port. It has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, damp winters. In March, temperatures are slowly on the rise after the cooler period, and it’s getting warm enough to spend the day relaxing on the beach. The conditions are perfect if you like to avoid intense heat and busy crowds, and they’re also ideal for sightseeing and exploring other parts of Cyprus.
At this time of year, the average temperature in Larnaca is 14ºC, with highs reaching 19ºC in the peak of the afternoon. Temperatures drop to just 8ºC at night, so you’ll need to bring plenty of layers for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants. The amount of rain falls to 40mm during March, spread over eight wet days, with showers usually light and brief. If you want to go swimming in the sea, the Mediterranean waters measure 18ºC this month.