Alicante Weather March Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like in Alicante in March?
Is March a Good Month To Visit Alicante?
It still isn't quite beach weather In Alicante, though conditions are very pleasant for sightseeing and outdoor activities. The weather can be a little erratic, but generally, conditions remain quite temperate.
Does It Rain In Alicante In March?
The spring months see slightly increased rainfall averages in March in Alicante, with longer, warmer days and slightly higher rainfall averages. Around 25mm of rainfall is expected over four days in the month. But any showers are likely to be light and fairly short-lived.
Is Alicante Warm In March?
The Warmest and Coldest March Days In Alicante
The highest temperature ever recorded in the area at this time is 33ºC and the lowest ever overnight temperature in March was a very chilly -1C.
Sunshine Hours and Sea Temperature
There is likely to be some cloud cover or fog in the mornings, especially in coastal areas, but this usually clears by midday. With clearer skies, correspondingly, visitors can expect longer days; March sees around seven hours of sunshine, on average, each day. Sea temperatures, however, remain at a low 14ºC.
Alicante Hotels in March
Eurostars Mediterranean Plaza Alicante Hotel
An unbeatable location, right in the centre of Alicante, and amazing views from the roof-top terrace make the Eurostars Mediterranean Plaza Alicante Hotel an excellent choice. The facilities are lovely and the rooms furnished in a comfortable, modern style.
Marriot AC Hotel Alicante
The Marriott AC Hotel Alicante, as you would expect from a successful and well-known chain, has high standards and feels familiar. Situated in the heart of the town, it offers a range of facilities to cater to both the more active guest and those who are just looking for a little pampering. The pool area is quite lovely and the Turkish bath very luxurious.
Bars and Restaurants
El Portal Taberna & Wines
El Portal Taberna & Wines is a very trendy and modern Spanish restaurant and cocktail bar. The menu is traditional, with a fantastic variety of local wines and excellent menu of house cocktails.
The island is well known for its fantastic seafood selection and many restaurants offer menus based around the local catch. Definitely try the octopus, sardines and red mullet.
Things to do in Ailcante in March
Castillo de Santa Barbara
The Castillo de Santa Barbara, right in the centre of Alicante, is one of the biggest medieval fortresses in Spain. It's an important landmark in the city, and, sitting atop Mount Benacantil, has fabulous views. Look up at it from El Postiguet beach, and you'll see a strange projected part of the building, like the shape of a human face, known as 'the Moor's Head'. The castle was built in the 12th century work by Muslim geographer Al-Idrisi. It was designed to fortify the Spanish city and surrounding area and has withstood many sieges and battles. Not to mention that, up until the 18th century, it was still occasionally used as a prison. The Castle was opened to the public in 1963.
The Museum of the City of Alicante
The Museum of the City of Alicante (MUSA), inside the Castillo de Santa Barbara, introduces visitors to various Spanish quests through different historical periods. Displays include archaeological materials, sculptures and busts of famous Spanish men and women.