What’s the weather like in Corralejo in March?
Corralejo is a beautiful beach resort on the northern tip of Fuerteventura. As part of Spain’s Canary Islands, Corralejo has a subtropical climate with warm weather all year round. The short, mild winter is ending in March and things start to warm up as spring sets in. If you visit at this time of year, you can expect plenty of warmth and sunshine, along with hardly any rain.
In March, the average temperature in Corralejo is 18ºC, rising to a high of 21ºC in the peak of the afternoon. Although the daytimes are warm enough for relaxing on the beach or trying out some water sports, temperatures cool down to 15ºC at night, so bring some warmer layers for evenings out. When you go for a dip in the sea, the Atlantic waters measure 19ºC in March, great for swimming, snorkelling, or simply splashing around in. Just 15mm of rain’s expected over three days, so showers are rare and brief, and won’t affect your holiday.