What’s the weather like in Palma Nova in March?
Palma Nova is a beautiful resort town on the southeast coast of Majorca. As part of Spain’s Balearic Islands, the popular beach resort has a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild, damp winters to the area. The weather’s pleasant in Palma Nova during March, which is the start of spring in Majorca. With seven hours of daily sunshine, this is a good time to go on holiday if you want to explore the local area or go sightseeing across the island.
The average temperature at this time of year’s 12ºC in Palma Nova, with highs of 18ºC in the warmest part of the day. Although it’s t-shirt weather while the sun’s up, you’ll need plenty of warm layers for evenings out in the resort, as temperatures drop to an average low of 6ºC. Less than 40mm of rain’s expected in March, spread across 12 wet days, so showers are quite common but short-lived. The waters aren’t the warmest at this time, as the Mediterranean Sea measures a cool 15ºC.