Calella Weather March Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Calella in March
Spring is slowly starting to make an appearance as March arrives, and that means warmer temperatures, more in the way of sun, and an increase in activities which are available for tourists heading to the resort.
Calella experiences an average temperature of a very mild 11°C during this month, and as the month progresses, this can go higher still. During the warmer parts of the day, you can expect an average high temperature of a wonderful 17°C, which will feel very pleasant during the mid-afternoon, when the sun shines in abundance; this month generally sees an average of a huge 9 hours of sunshine per day.
Of course, evenings can still be rather chilly, and the drop in temperature can feel rather severe the evening lows can reach an average of 4°C, so again, carry a jacket with you if you are expecting to be out into the late afternoon and evening. Frosts are thankfully very rare, however the difference between day and night temperatures at this time of year can feel quite dramatic.
The large range of outdoor activities on offer in the region are easily accessed in these mild spring temperatures, especially as we move towards the end of the month, into April. Rain is slightly increased at this time of year, however still minimal compared to other destinations; you can expect an average rainfall level of around 54mm throughout the month, which can affect up to 8 days to some degree or another these downpours can be heavy from time to time, however will pass quickly and leave behind refreshed, clear conditions.
Average Sea Temperature
The average sea temperature is also starting to slowly creep up, although still a little chilly if you are wanting to experience beach days and swimming. The temperature at this time of year sits at 14°C, with the warmer months just around the corner proving more fun in terms of water-based activities.
Calella Hotels in March
You have a large choice of hotels when it comes to the decision of where to stay in Calella no matter what month you visit, and March is no different. Haromar Hotel is a great choice for those travelling with children, as the facilities are very family-friendly, and the property is located right on the beach front. The hotel has a swimming pool for those warmer spring days, and you can choose between single and double rooms, depending on your requirements.
Casablanca Suites Hotel
Casablanca Suites Hotel is another good choice, which is great for those who want to have a home away from home vibe to their break. Each suite has a fully equipped kitchen, as well as Wi-Fi, and is also close to everything you could possibly need.
Medplaya Santa Monica Hotel
Alternatively, the large Medplaya Santa Monica Hotel is fantastic for families, with a heated swimming pool, entertainment, children's playground, and beautiful gardens to relax in.
Restaurants & Nightlife
The great thing about Calella is that because it is a huge resort, with plentiful visitors, there is a large choice of different types of cuisine on offer. Macanudo-Sabo Argentino is one of those restaurants which offers something a little different, serving South American and Argentinian dishes. This is a laid back choice, which isn't too stuffy, and is perfect for a relaxing evening.
Groucho's Tapas Bar
If you want tapas, this being Spain, check out Groucho's Tapas Bar. You can try all manner of different tastes here, and the welcoming vibe means you can easily sit and while away a few hours, without feeling rushed.
If you fancy a curry, it has to be Jordi's Bar. They are famed for their chicken curry, so be sure to check it out for yourself. This is also a popular bar with ex-pats who live in the area.
Things to do in Calella in March
The mild temperatures of Spring mean another opportunity to enjoy the Great Outdoors. Of course, you may get the odd cloudy day at this time of year, but that certainly doesn't mean plentiful rain! If you're travelling with children, head to Bowling Golf; this is a fun few hours spent on the five bowling courts, with an 18 hole mini golf course, as well as many other entertainment options to enjoy.
Avis and Europcar
We mentioned exploring in the quieter times, and hiring a car is a great way to do just that. Obviously make sure you take your driving licence with you on holiday when you intend to a hire a car, and shop around for the best deal on the vehicle and insurance. Calella and Barcelona have many options for car hire, including Avis and Europcar, to name just two.
The countryside between Lloret de Mar, Calella, and Barcelona itself is stunningly beautiful, and you can easily head off for a couple of days and enjoy the different destinations around the region; the fact as there is less in the way of crowds you won't struggle to find accommodation for the night.
Rituels d'Orient/Aqua Urban Spa Masajes Barcelona
If you're heading to Barcelona, why not chill out to the max and enjoy a spa day? Whether you choose to hire a car or you head there on the bus, the city is only an hour away, and that means you can easily visit for a few hours. Barcelona is full of many top-class spas, including Rituels d'Orient, where you can enjoy massages and all manner of treatments, or Aqua Urban Spa Masajes Barcelona, for true rest and relaxation.