What’s the weather like in Calella in March?
Calella weather in March starts to experience an increase in its temperatures, often reaching the low-twenties towards the end of the month. It’s a great time to visit if you’re not a fan of the intense summer heat and want to fit a lot of outdoor activities such as windsurfing and hiking into your holiday itinerary.
Calella is located 58km northeast of Barcelona, making it the perfect destination if you want to experience the excitement of the city as well as the soft sandy beaches along Calella’s coastline. The weather is very mild with a few odd showers scattered throughout the month. Thankfully, these showers tend to be short and never last for very long.
Calella’s Mediterranean climate gives the region temperature highs of 17°C. You’ll have 12 hours of beautiful sunshine each day, giving you plenty of time to explore the area and make the most out of your holiday. 55mm of rain falls in March, accompanied by wind speeds of up to 8mph. You can also expect humidity levels of 75%, which are at their highest when temperatures have peaked.