Weather Averages for Malaga in March
Averages for Malaga in MarchWell, what can we say about Malaga in March?
The weather is warm and sunny, making it an excellent time of year to visit.
But be warned that spring in Malaga can bring with it some of the most unpredicatable weather of the year as well.
The average daily temperature is 14°C (57°F) reaching highs of 19°C (66°F) and dropping to an average minimum temperature of 9°C (49 °F).
As well as this, the area enjoys an average of 7 hours of sunshine per day throughout the month.
The sea has yet to warm up in March, and the average temperature of the sea is the same in March as it is in February at 15°C. It is up to you whether you want to brave the temperature for a swim or wait until summer in Malaga when it starts to hear up.
March in Malaga does bring with it the possibility of some bad weather. Down pours are not unheard of for this time of year, but they usually clear up quickly after leaving clear skies and pleasant weather once again.
The average rainfall expected for March in Malaga is 60 mm over 7 days.
There is also the chance of snow or fog in Malaga for 7 days over the month. This is the peak for the year, but consistent with the amount expected through the summer months.
Malaga brings you the “Semanta Santa”. This is one of Spain’s most famous religious celebrations.
In Malaga, a series of richly decorated processions takes place, depicting the different stages of the Via Crucis, or “Way of the Cross”.
This might also be the time to take a walk around the many shops and bars, taking advantage of the slightly higher temperatures reaching as high as 19 degrees.
Also, you can finally start taking advantage of the sunshine and warmer temperatures by sitting outside the vast array of restaurants and bars with either a coffee or a cold beer/chilled glass of Rioja.