What’s the weather like in Lagos in March?
March has a milder climate than the winter and it’s a great time to visit to avoid the crowds that’ll begin to arrive near the summer. The sea water is still too cold for a comfortable swim, but the drier climate makes activities such as hiking, sightseeing and mountain biking more enjoyable.
The town of Lagos is nestled in the Algarve region in southern Portugal. It’s right on the Barlavento coastline, which is known for having strong winds. This doesn’t affect the weather as much as you’d think, but it does contribute to lowering temperatures at night.
Temperatures reach highs of 18°C in March, which has improved a lot since February. Lagos weather in March can be quite humid with an average level of 75%. Winds help to control the humid weather, travelling at an average speed of 12mph. There are 12 hours of sunlight per day with an average rainfall of 46mm.