What’s the weather like in Djerba in March?
As the temperature reaches 20°C and sunny skies dominate the island, the wonderful weather in Djerba in March makes it the perfect Mediterranean location. There’s very little rain too, and the humidity’s much more comfortable than the peak summer months in Tunisia.
The climate’s so amazing in Djerba because of its location along the southern shores of the Mediterranean. Djerba’s a small, but historic and exciting island, just off the coast of Tunisia, around the beautiful Gulf of Gabes. The warm waters help to keep temperatures very mild in spring, and the weather’s a little warmer than towns like Sousse and Port El Kantaoui in the north.
You can expect to see a high temperature of 21°C during your luxurious holiday to Tunisia this month. The Djerba weather in March is some of the best in the Mediterranean, and should be fine for sunbathing and paddling in the sea. In the evening it could dip to a mild 12°C though, so pack a sweater for when you spend nights eating out and trying the many delightful Tunisian dishes. The rainfall average for March around Djerba and southern Tunisia’s just 18mm over three rain-affected days. The chances are you’ll see no wet weather, and the sunshine will soon dry the ground if there is a shower. The legendary Tunisian sunshine sees nine hours each day, on average, with the sun rising at 6am and not fading until 6.30pm at the end of the month. The wind speed will be around 13mph, with a refreshing humidity level of 67%.