Costa Del Sol
What’s the weather like on Costa del Sol in March?
The Costa del Sol’s a region of Spain on the country’s southern Mediterranean coast. It has typical Mediterranean weather with long, hot summers and mild, wet winters. If you’re going in March you’ll see things warming up as the amount of rain reduces. Although it’s quite a bit cooler at this time compared to summer, you’ll still have a good dose of warm and sunny weather. The Costa del Sol has four distinct seasons, and spring takes hold in March. If you like things to be quieter and cooler than summer, then this is a great time for you to visit.
The average high in the Costa del Sol’s popular resort of Marbella is 18ºC in March, which drops 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. Sunset’s at 7.15pm at the start of March. This is after 8.40pm by the end of the month due to daylight saving.