Weather Averages for Murcia in March
Averages for Murcia in March
Murcia is the capital of the Murcia region and the area’s most populated city. It’s location in southeast Spain makes it both accessible from many other cities yet lightly visited by tourists.
Each month in Murcia seems to have its own special and extremely popular festivals and celebrations. In nearby Valencia, the annual Las Fallas de San Jose is held at this time of year. It is a must-see to experience this spectacular that costs around $1.5 (€1.2) million to set up.
Anywhere between the 12th and the 19th of the month, spectators can see traditional Spanish bullfights, hear daily and nightly concerts and watch amazing fireworks. Renting a car will be your best option to get there.
The mild climate of March allows plenty of sightseeing opportunities.
One of the attractions of the region is its long list of golf courses. It might be worth the tourist’s time to look into joining the Club Murcia if he or she is planning for an extended stay or for frequent visits to the area. Membership provides access to many of the local golf courses. With near-perfect weather all year long, any time is the perfect time for golf.