What’s the weather like in Nerja in March?
The popular resort town of Nerja is on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, with a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and short, cool winters to the region. In March temperatures are pleasantly mild, perfect for exploring the town, walking along the beach or adventuring through the mountain range nearby. At this time of year, the resort is fairly quiet, ideal if you want to avoid the high season crowds.
At this time of year, the average temperature in Nerja is 15°C, with highs of a warm 20°C in the afternoons, but after dark the temperature falls to an average low of 11°C. More than one third of the days in March are sunny, and just 30mm of rain is predicted with light showers across 12 wet days. The sea’s a cool 16°C this month, so you’ll need to be brave if you want to take a dip in the Mediterranean waters.