What’s the weather like in Ibiza in March?
Ibiza’s in the Balearic Sea off the east coast of Spain and just to the north of Africa. This means it has a lovely Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and mild, wet winters. You’ll have plenty of warm and sunny weather if you’re going in March, with temperatures getting hotter as the month goes on. There’s less rain in Ibiza compared to other Mediterranean destinations, so it’ll be nice and dry in March. This is because the island’s quite sheltered and flat. Sa Talaiassa in the southwest’s the highest point at 475m, which will give you some protection if you’re staying on the east or west coast.
The average high in Ibiza is 17ºC in March, which is perfectly warm enough for you to lounge by the pool or on the beach, so take some sun cream with you. Things can get quite chilly at night so you should pack some warmer clothes for the evenings. The sea temperature is 15ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 33mm of rain over seven days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with seven hours of sunshine each day and moderate UV levels. Sunset’s around 6.45pm at the start of March. This is after 8.15pm by the end of the month due to daylight saving.