What’s the weather like on the Costa Dorada in March?
The Costa Dorada is a beautiful stretch of Spanish coastline in the south of the country. It has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and short, mild winters to the region. Temperatures are rising in March after the cooler period of the year, and you can look forward to eight hours of daily sunshine at this time. There isn’t very much rain during March, so this is a good time to visit the Costa Dorada if you want to explore the region away from the intense heat and busy crowds of summer.
The average temperature on the Costa Dorada is 14ºC in March, rising to a high of 19ºC in the peak of the afternoon. It’s t-shirt weather during the day, but you’ll need some warm things for evenings out, as temperatures fall to an average low of 8ºC after dark. Around 30mm of rain’s predicted over the course of the month, with just five days expecting some wet weather. You’ll need to be brave or cover up if you go for a dip in the sea, as the Mediterranean waters are a chilly 13ºC in March.