Kusadasi: March Weather AveragesDaily averages for March
|Sunshine Hours||9 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||28 %|
|Rainfall days||9 days|
|Chance of Rain||22 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||25 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||32 %|
Daily averages for March
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Averages for Kusadasi in March
The month of March is characterised by an increase in temperature, a decrease in cloud coverage, and an increase in precipitation at some point during the day. Conditions begin to get better during this month as the colder part of the year which started in November ends in mid March. The average temperature is 11 C (52 F).
The beginning of this month sees highs and lows on average of 14 C (57 F) and 4 C (39 F) with possibilities of highs reaching as high as 18 C (64.4 F) and lows reaching as low as 0 C (32 F). These temperatures cause the average sea temperature to be at 16 C (61 F) which is tied for the lowest of the year with February. The probability of rainfall at the beginning of March is 34% chance with snow still having a rare chance of occurring at 0.6%.
As mid month comes around the highs and lows continue to rise to 15 C (59 F) and 5 C (41 F) on the 11th and 16 C (61 F) and 5 C (41 F) on the 21st. Throughout this period highs can reach 20 C (68 F) and lows can be as low as 1 C (34 F). Rainfall in mid March falls from 34% to 33% and continues its fall on through the end of the month.
The end of March sees highs and lows continue their rise to 18 C (64.4 F) and 7 C (44.6 F) on March 31st with lows reaching as low as 3 C (37.4 F) and highs as high as 23 C (35.6 F). On March 30th rainfall hits its lowest point of the month at 31% chance as it completes its decline on the month.
The average amount of rainfall in March is 82 mm divided into 9 days as it is still considered part of the rainy period of the year. Chances for light rain are the highest at 39%, followed by thunderstorms at 31%, and moderate rain at 26%.
Even though cloud coverage falls 6% in this month from an average of 59% to 53% at the end of the month, skies are still mostly cloudy or overcast most of the time. The highest chance of cloudy skies is on the 9th at 59% and the highest chance of clear skies is on the 31st at 53%. As the cloud coverage declines in this month, the average hours of daily sunshine rises to 9 hours daily.
The Aegean sea
Where to stay
Check out the Korumar Deluxe Hotel, which is on the coast overlooking the Aegean Sea. This gem of a hotel includes rooms to suit all tastes including standard and suite sizes of different kinds. All rooms come with a gorgeous sea view from the balcony, LCD TV, radio, mini bar, air conditioning, safe box, and a bathroom with a tub. Dining options include the Efes, Manzara, and Orient restaurants, which each serve international cuisine. There is also a variety of bars, but what sets this hotel apart is its secluded beach and pool area, which has a lovely lounge area.
La Vista Boutique Hotel and Spa is a great place to spend your holiday with the finest options in dining. The restaurant serves freshly cooked seafood and features a live Cuban band. There is also a lavish spa with an extensive range of relaxing treatments and a brightly lit pool overlooking the Aegean Sea on an outside terrace. Rooms include 30 suites and 9 standards with modern décor, a TV, and balcony with a view of the sea.
Stay near the city centre at the Alkoclar Alakule Hotel, which was recently renovated in 2014. This hotel features its own private bay, an outdoor swimming pool, Turkish bath, sauna, fitness centre, hairdresser, children’s playground, tennis courts, basketball and volleyball, and a football field. There are 329 rooms all fitted with a balcony, which has a delightful sea view, bathroom, mini bar, and satellite TV. Other perks include an onsite doctor, babysitter, Internet café, market, laundry service, and parking garage.
Hotel Stella has recently won awards for its excellent service in 2014. Located close to the Kusadasi city centre this hotel has rooms overlooking the ocean with a balcony, air conditioner, and satellite TV. Services include free Internet, breakfast, and parking along with the ability to order food from any location and have it delivered to your room by the staff. If you prefer to eat in they offer room service and have a restaurant and bar on location.
Things to do
Take a tour of Greece, Turkey, Istanbul, or specific attractions such as the ancient cities of Ephesus, Priene, or Miletos with Tayf Tours. These tours are run by highly knowledgeable guides who love exploring and talking about history with people from all kinds of backgrounds. Tour packages are very flexible to the point where you can even customise your own tour. Want to see Ephesus and tour Istanbul in a bus without taking the extra tour of Priene? Sure thing.
Take a trip to Pigeon Island on the Kusadasi coast to the Fortress of Kusadasi. This fortress was used by the Venetians to observe and guard the coast from a pirate invasion, which was very common in the Mediterranean back in the 17th century. Those who love history will appreciate the castle’s classic architecture, and those who love a good time will want to visit on Turkish Night, which includes Turkish dance, drinks, food, and music.
Stroll along Kusadasi's coast and beautiful beaches
Where to eat and drink
For a taste of English food in Turkey visit Pams Cafe located on a side street near the Attinc Hotel overlooking the main port. This cafe serves Turkish and European cuisine at reasonable prices and features a restaurant downstairs and swap shop upstairs. The environment is very laid back and inviting with the friendly, helpful staff.
A great Italian restaurant on the Ataturk Bulvari near the port is the Café Roma, which is open daily from 8 am – 12 am. This restaurant specialises in ice cream, milkshakes, pizza and pasta all at decent prices. Sit outside in the grassy area or under the roof of the cosy café area.