Gran Canaria Weather March Averages, Canary Islands
What's the Weather like in Gran Canaria in March?
March is anenjoyable month to appreciate the unique landscape of Gran Canaria. The mild temperatures are ideal for many outdoor activities such as windsurfing, scuba diving, mountain biking, rock climbing and golfing.
Is Gran Canaria Warm In March?
The weather in March will feel almost summer-like for tourists from northern Europe. The average temperature on any given day is 18.5°C, compared to April, which has an average temperature of around 18.9°C. The low can dip down to 15.4°C with a high of up to 21.8°C.
Can You Swin In the Sea In Gran Canaria In March?
The average sea temperature is a reasonably warm 19°C but it rises to 20°C by the end of the month. The windier days of January and February might have made swimming unfavourable, but March's warmer air temperatures will make the ocean much more inviting.
Does It Rain In Gran Canaria In March?
There is an average of 14 mm of precipitation over an average of 7 days.
Average Sunshine Hours In Gran Canaria In March
Travelers get to enjoy an average of 11 beautiful hours of sunlight each day during March.
Dust storms are still prevalent during March, but since they are becoming less of a factor, the west side of the island is not nearly as affected at this time of year because of the mountains.
Gran Canaria Hotels in March
Riu Palace Maspalomas
Since it only has four floors, tourists might expect the views from Riu Palace Maspalomas in Playa del Ingles to be less than ideal, but that is not so. In fact, the view from most rooms is actually very good. In addition to this pleasant surprise, the naturally occurring sand dunes are also visible from most rooms.
It's not incredibly well prepared for children and tends to suit older couples. Many people choose the half board option and report that it is excellent value, especially because of the breakfast buffet.
Atlantic Beach Club
For the best value in Gran Canaria, the Atlantic Beach Club is a modern and affordable resort on the Playa del Ingles. This resort has something for everyone, including quick access to the beach, balconies and a pool for guests to enjoy. One common compliment is that this hotel is close to nighttime festivities but removed enough so you can get restful sleep at night.
Bars and Restaurants
Cosi Come Sei
Located in the city of Puerto Rico, the Cosi Come Sei restaurant is an intimate and family-friendly dining option. This eatery is located in a shopping centre, like many others on Gran Canaria, and only has ten tables.
Because of the modest size, you will likely have to call ahead to make reservations. But while this restaurant unofficially requires reservations, it is fairly budget friendly and definitely family friendly. They have menu options for every income and taste.
For a raucous good time, the club Xtreeemz is a fantastic spot to relax and unwind. This club has a full service bar, friendly staff and best of all, affordable drinks. Regarded as one of the best bars in the city of Puerto Rico, it attracts a suitable buzzy and eclectic crowd.
Things to do in Gran Canaria in March
El Faro de Maspalomas
When staying in Maspalomas, shoppers must visit El Faro de Maspalomas, located at the southern tip of Gran Canaria. This area offers a great selection of shops and boutiques, restaurants and cafés. Visiting this upscale promenade is a great way to spend an evening, strolling by the shops, people watching and unwinding with a drink in hand.
While you are on the southern tip of the island in Maspalomas, another attraction to stop by is Aqualand Maspalomas. This waterpark is geared towards children of all ages and even adults that are kids at heart.
While not being the most budget-friendly stop for families, this waterpark has slides and play areas to cool off while the heat is rising outside. You can save a little money by booking your ticket through a website or a local tour guide before arriving to the water park's gates.
Dr Fish Foot Spa
Pop into Dr Fish Foot Spa for an unusual pedicure. At this small business in Puerto Mogan, for a small fee, you dip your feet into a tank where fish will nibble away all the callous and dry bits of skin. This unconventional service is certainly a unique experience that will be hard to replicate. Previous customers have described it as tickling at first but something that grows on you.