flag Corsica, Average Weather February

  • High Temperature
  • Low Temperature
  • Temperature
  • Rainfall

    58 mm
  • Rainfall Days

    14 days
  • Sunshine Hours

    7 hours

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February daily averages


February daily averages for Corsica

  • 1st
    9 48
  • 2nd
    11 52
  • 3rd
    11 52
  • 4th
    11 52
  • 5th
    11 52
  • 6th
    11 52
  • 7th
    11 52
  • 8th
    11 52
  • 9th
    10 50
  • 10th
    11 52
  • 11th
    12 54
  • 12th
    11 52
  • 13th
    11 52
  • 14th
    11 52
  • 15th
    10 50
  • 16th
    11 52
  • 17th
    12 54
  • 18th
    12 54
  • 19th
    11 52
  • 20th
    12 54
  • 21st
    11 52
  • 22nd
    12 54
  • 23rd
    12 54
  • 24th
    12 54
  • 25th
    11 52
  • 26th
    11 52
  • 27th
    12 54
  • 28th
    12 54
  • 29th
    13 55
  • 30th
    14 57
  • 31st
    14 57

What's The Weather Like In Corsica in March?

Corsica is a French island located in the Mediterranean Sea, just off the coast of Italy and above the island of Sardinia

Tourists visit the island all year round to enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery and the wonderful Mediterranean weather. Like the nearby resorts, summers are hot and dry here, while winters are cooler with some rain.

Is March A Good Time To Visit Corsica?

Travelling to Corsica in March offers a different experience to the peak summer months, but many tourists prefer the island at this time of year. 

Though the beach is generally off-limits, the towns will be much quieter and the cooler weather is ideal for mountain activities such as walking and bike riding. 

Is It Warm In Corsica In March?

Temperatures in March begin to warm as spring arrives. the average temperatures are around 9°C with highs of 14°C, which makes spending days outside rather pleasant. Nights get cooler on the island, with temperatures dropping to 4°C.

How Warm Is The Sea In Corsica In March?

The sea is too cold to swim at this time of year, with an average temperature of just 14°C.

How Much Does It Rain In Corsica In March?

Rainfall starts to decrease in March after the rainy winter season. The average precipitation for the month is 58mm, but this is spread over 9 days in the month, so there will be plenty of rain-free days to enjoy.

Sunshine Hours In Corsica In March

Days are getting longer and sunnier as the year goes on, and though not as sunny as summer, travelers will be able to enjoy some sunny weather. There's an average of 6 hours of sunshine a day on the island.

Hotels for Corsica in March

March is a great time to visit Corsica if you're looking for a good deal on accommodation. Outside of peak season, prices are generally lower.

Hotel Napolean

One of the best budget hotels on the island is the Hotel Napolean. Named after the famous emperor, this three-star hotel is located in the town of Ajaccio just a 3 minute walk from the Musée Fesch art museum and a 6 minute walk from the beach. The hotel is particularly well rated for its friendly staff and clean, comfortable rooms.

Hotel Davia

For a pleasant stay in Corsica, the Hotel Davia is located in the heart of the Balagne to the north of the island and enjoys an idyllic setting overlooking the sea. Inside, the hotel has a modern Mediterranean interior with bright and charming rooms that have been thoughtfully decorated. A buffet breakfast is served every morning which includes an array of fresh island produce.

Hotel Genovese

Holiday makers heading to the harbor town of Bonifacio will find great accommodation at Hotel Genovese. Centrally situated, it provides a perfect base for a trip, being just steps away from the Eglise Saint-Dominique de Bonifacio, the Bonifacio Citadel and the Escalier du Roi d'Aragon. Facilities include a bar and lounge, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool.

Restaurants and Bars for Corsica in March

Corsica is well known for its amazing food and drink scene, with fantastic restaurants and bars located in just about every town and village on the island. Wherever you're heading, you're sure to find something good. 

Auberge du Prunelli

Bastelicaccia is just a short drive from the town of Porticcio and here, travelers will find an authentic taste of French cuisine at Auberge du Prunelli. This friendly restaurant serves a range of delicious local delicacies such as river trout and the local cheese "brocciu". The daily menu is excellent value, with 4 courses and wine for a very low price. If you're unable to travel here but still want a taste of the authentic, cheesey cuisine, here is a tasty fondue recipe in which you can substitute many French cheeses and delicacies. Although orignally Swiss in nature, Corsicans cannot get enough of cheese, in any way possible!

U Fanale

One of the best rated restaurants on the whole islands is U Fanale in Calvi which is popular with locals and tourists alike. Gourmet-style Mediterranean dishes are freshly cooked and beautifully presented and there's a great selection of wines and other drinks available. Outdoor dining is available but in March, diners may prefer to be seated indoors, where they can enjoy dinner with spectacular views.

U Paisanu

Last but not least, U Paisanu is a small but not-to-be-missed eatery located behind the marina in Bastia. This unique and quirky little place serves homemade dishes which are simple but full of flavour. The restaurant also features a shop where tourists can buy fresh produce such as meat and cheese.

Things to Do in Corsica in March

A Tyroliana Park

Looking for something fun to do in Corsica in March? With warming temperatures, it's a great time to get outside and admire the scenery. Adventure lovers should definitely add A Tyroliana Park to their itinerary. Located between the sea and the mountains in Sainte Lucie de Porto Vecchio, this huge adventure park offers an array of outdoor activities, from rope courses to rock climbing. It caters to everyone from experienced athletes to children as young as three, making it a great day out for the whole family.


A popular landmark of Corsica is the Escalier du Roi d'Aragon, or King Aragon Steps located in the town of Bonifacio. This ancient set of steps are cut into the limestone cliffs, offering amazing scenic views for those who climb or ascend them. There are 187 steps that lead from the town down to ocean level. The area can get quite busy with travellers, but March is an ideal time to visit when the whole island will be much quieter.

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