What’s the weather like in Sliema in March?
Warmer temperatures begin in March, which makes it a great time to visit if you want to enjoy the region’s Mediterranean climate with fewer crowds than the summer. It’s not overly hot, which is perfect if you like outdoor activities and have a lot of sightseeing planned for your trip.
Sliema is the largest resort in Malta. It’s known for its beautiful coastline and modern promenade that’s packed with luxury hotels, designer boutiques and fine-dining restaurants. The resort is perched on a peninsula on the north-east coast of Malta. It can be windy at times, but usually, the sea breezes are a welcomed break from the heat and humidity.
Sliema weather in March is very mild with an average temperature of 18°C and up to 12 hours of Mediterranean sunshine per day. The humidity levels are quite high at 75%, which can cause fatigue if you’re doing a lot of outdoor activities. However, the sea brings in 16mph winds that help bring the humidity down. There’s low to moderate rainfall in March with an average of 43mm spread over the month.