What’s the weather like in Agadir in March?
If you’re in search of some sun in March, the North Atlantic coastal city of Agadir is a great holiday destination to choose. With long, mild days and clear blue skies, it’s a lovely time of year to relax on the beach in this Moroccan resort, especially if you like to avoid the sweltering summer heat. Don’t be fooled by the temperatures, as although it’s still cool in comparison with the summer months, the sun is strong and you’ll need plenty of high factor sun cream. With cool sea temperatures, swimming is only for the brave.
In the daytime, Agadir has an average temperature of 20°C in March, with highs of 23°C in the afternoons and lows of 11°C at night. With cooler evenings, make sure you bring plenty of layers to wrap up warm. With almost 12 hours of daylight, it’s light from sunrise at 7am to sunset at 6.30pm at the start of the month. If you’re planning on taking a dip, brace yourself for chilly waters as the sea is still only 17°C. On average Agadir has 25mm of rain during the month, across four wet days.