What’s the weather like in Marbella in March?
Sitting on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, Marbella has typical Mediterranean weather. If you’re going in March you’ll have rising temperatures after the cooler winter, while there’s less rain as the month goes on. It’s quite a bit cooler than in the summer, but you’ll still have plenty of warm and sunny weather. The Sierra Blanca Mountains are to the north of the city, and will help you to have warmer and sunnier weather than other parts of the Costa del Sol. March is a fantastic time for you to visit if you like cooler temperatures and fewer crowds compared to the summer.
The average high in Marbella is 18ºC in March, which is perfectly warm enough for you to relax on the beach or by the pool, so take some sun cream. You should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings, as it cools to 7ºC at night. The sea temperature is 16ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 59mm of rain over seven days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with seven hours of sunshine each day and moderate UV levels. The sun goes down at 7.15pm at the start of March. This is after 8.40pm by the end of the month because of daylight saving.