What’s the weather like in Benalmadena in March?
Located on the south coast of Spain, Benalmadena has a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers. Benalmadena begins to warm up in March after the winter, and although temperatures are still quite cool in comparison with the hot summertime, it’s a great time of year to visit if you want to avoid the sweltering heat. March may be mild in Benalmadena, but the resort still has plenty of beautiful sunshine and only a few scattered showers. With lots of daylight in March, you can really make the most of your holiday to Benalmadena whether you’re visiting cultural sights, exploring the countryside or simply relaxing on the beach.
On average, daytime temperatures in Benalmadena hover around 14°C, with highs of 21°C. On hot days, the weather’s good enough for a morning or afternoon at the beach although the sea is still a chilly 16°C at this time of year. After dark the temperature can get as low as 8°C, so make sure you pack plenty of layers for wrapping up in the evenings. Benalmadena experiences around 37mm of rain in March, so any wet weather will likely be short-lived.