What’s the weather like in Maspalomas in March?
Sitting on Gran Canaria’s south coast, the popular resort of Maspalomas has beautifully warm weather all year round. As part of the Canary Islands, it has a subtropical climate bringing long, hot summers, and pleasant, dry winters. In March, temperatures start to climb after the mild winter and you can expect lots of sunshine and hardly any rain if you visit at this time. March is a great month to visit Maspalomas if you want to avoid the hotter and busier summer period.
The average temperature at this time of year in Maspalomas is 18ºC, reaching highs of 23ºC in the peak of the day. At night it cools down to 16ºC which is perfect for evenings out in the resort, although you might need a light cardigan or jumper. Just 15mm of rain’s forecast over the course of seven wet days, so the short-lived showers won’t affect your holiday. If you want to swim in the sea, the Atlantic waters are 19ºC in March, which is only a few degrees cooler than summer.