What’s the weather like in Antalya in March?
Sitting on Turkey’s south coast, Antalya’s both a popular Mediterranean resort and the gateway to the Turkish Riviera. It has a typical Mediterranean climate of long, hot summers with mild, wet winters. This means that you’ll have rising temperatures in March as spring takes hold, while the amount of rain reduces. The Taurus Mountains will give you some protection from wind and rain, sheltering you from cool northern winds and giving you warmer temperatures. If you like cooler weather and fewer crowds, then this is a great time to visit.
The average high in Antalya is 18ºC in March, which is perfectly warm enough for you to relax on the beach so take some sun cream. Things can get chilly in the evenings though, cooling to 7ºC. The sea temperature is 17ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 101mm of rain over ten days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with seven hours of sunshine each day and moderate UV levels. Sunset’s around 6pm for most of March. Daylight saving pushes this back to 7.15pm towards the end of the month.