What’s the weather like in Fuengirola in March?
Located on the south coast of Spain, in the popular Costa del Sol, Fuengirola has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and short, cool winters. March is the beginning of spring in Fuengirola, so temperatures are warming up with gradually rising temperatures and increasing sunshine as the month goes by. Although it’s still quite mild at this time of year, March is a good time to visit Fuengirola if you want to avoid the busier summer months.
In March, the average daytime temperature in Fuengirola is a mild 14°C, with highs of 18°C in the peak of the day. After dark, temperatures dip to a low of 9°C, so you’ll need to pack something warm for evenings out in the local bars and restaurants. At this time of year the Mediterranean Sea is still quite cool at 16°C, but you’ll be able to go swimming if you’re feeling brave. Just 60mm of rain is expected this month, with short-lived showers over 11 wet days on average.