Ibiza Weather March Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Ibiza in March?
How Warm Does Ibiza Get In March?
At this time of year, the average temperature starts off at around 12.5°C at the beginning of the month and slowly rises up to 14.5°C by the end. Daily highs gradually rise as the month progresses, increasing from 16°C at the start of March to 18°C by the lst day. Daily lows begin at 9°C and rise to 11°C across the month.
Extreme Highs and Lows in March
In recent times, the highest March temperature recorded for Ibiza in March is 27°C. And the coldest it's ever been in March is 1°C.
Does It Rain In Ibiza In March?
Across March, Ibiza is subject to an average of 33mm of rainfall which is spread across seven days so there is a fairly high chance you'll experience a shower or two.
How Warm In The Sea In Ibiza In March?
The average sea temperature for Ibiza in March is 15°C that's the same as the previous two months. As you'd expect, this is too cold to enjoy a swim, which means you're best off sticking to indoor and heated pools.
Sunshine Hours In Ibiza In March
Ibiza enjoys an average of nine hours of sunshine each day that's one more hour each day than in February.
Ibiza Hotels in March
If you're looking for self-catering accommodation for your holiday in Ibiza, check out Duquesa Playa. This modern complex provides guests with a choice of standard, superior and family rooms, each of which features: fully equipped kitchen, living room with sofa bed, private bathroom, satellite TV, telephone, safe and free WiFi access. Although each of the apartments does come with a kitchen, guests can also choose to stay on a bed and breakfast, half-board or full-board basis. There is a selection of services and facilities for guests to enjoy onsite, such as: room service, onsite parking, swimming pool, solarium, terrace bar, 24-hour reception, gym, luggage storage, car rental and laundry services.
Located just a stone's throw away from the coast, Portinatx Apartments are ideal for families and couples who plan on spending a lot of time at the beach. Guests are encouraged to take full advantage of the facilities and amenities onsite, including: swimming pool, solarium, laundry services, housekeeping and free internet access. Here guests can choose between a number of comfortable and spacious one-bedroom apartments, each of which comes complete with: separate bedroom with one bed, lounge with two sofa beds, complete bathroom with hairdryer, full kitchen, air conditioning, heating, TV with DVD, iron, ironing board and safe.
Migjorn Ibiza Suites and Spa
For something a bit more luxurious, check out the Migjorn Ibiza Suites and Spa. This top class hotel is comprised of junior, two-bedroom and luxury suites, each of which comes complete with: free WiFi access, daily housekeeping, safe, air conditioning, heating, living room, full bathroom with complimentary toiletries and hairdryer, satellite TV, iPod docking station and well-equipped kitchenette. Guests at the Migjorn Ibiza Suites and Spa are encouraged to take full advantage of the services and facilities available, such as: swimming pool, garden, sun terrace, table tennis, excursion booking, spa and wellness centre, playground, bar, restaurant, snack bar, breakfast served in your room, free parking, shuttle service, babysitting service and multi-lingual staff.
Bars and Restaurants
La Paloma is located in San Lorenzo, a little village in the middle of the island. The restaurant offers a small menu so they can concentrate on offering quality fresh dishes. Lots of the ingredients come directly from Italy so you know what you're getting is fresh. The main courses always include two types of pasta, one choice of risotto, two meat dishes, one fish dish and one Bio Plate that's totally organic and vegan. This restaurant caters for anyone and everyone.
For some traditional Ibizian food visit Es Ventall who serve a selection of amazing salads, well cooked meat and fresh fish. The restaurant is located in Sant Antoni, so it's very easy to locate. Everything meal is beautifully displayed here and all for such an affordable price, paella for example is just 18 euros for a huge portion. Leave room for dessert as they present a range of tasty sweets.
Nagai offer contemporary Japanese cuisine, it's the perfect place for sushi lovers. The charming, low-key, laidback environment and 'Tokyo glam' appeal make it stand out from other sushi restaurants in Ibiza. Organic ingredients are used and there are both vegan and vegetarian options on the menu. Sitting outside in the candlelit courtyard surrounded with ancient olive trees can be a perfect family environment or great setting for a romantic meal.
The Passion Cafe is a lovely place to stop off for a healthy lunch. Lana Love, the creater of the cafe makes recipes full of goodness; she puts a delicious healthy spin on burgers, pasta, cooked breakfasts and cupcakes. Who would have thought pomegrante and pistachio go so well together? If you're a vegetarian or vegan you will enjoy this place. Smoothies, juices, protein shakes, superfood shakes and raw nut milkshakes are all on the menu along with a refreshing range of coffee.
Things to do in Ibiza in March
Es Vedra - Ibiza Boat Cruise trip
If you want to take a break from the heady party atmosphere, take a trip to Es Vedra. This remote rocky island can easily be reached by a number of boat excursions which sail there several times each day. This Ibiza Boat Cruise trip lasts for three hours and follows the western coast of the island up to Es Vedra on a glass-bottomed boat. Although there isn't really anything to do on the peaceful island, it's thought to be the third most magnetic location on the Earth and is surrounded by legends, making it an interesting place to visit.
Whether you're visiting Ibiza as a couple, a family or a group, you're sure to have a great time at Ibiza Karting. This exciting go karting track allows you to have your very own Formula 1 experience and compare your lap times with those of Alonso, Hamilton and Button. After you've raced around the track a few times, take a pit stop in the café-bar where you can enjoy a spot of lunch whilst the kids amuse themselves in the games zone.
Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art
Culture vultures won't want to miss the chance to visit the Ibiza Museum of Contemporary Art. This large art gallery is set inside an important 17th century building in the Dalt Vila in the historic quarter of the island. Here you'll find a fantastic collection of pieces from the 1960s onwards, created by well-known artists such as Tàpies and Miralles, as well as lesser-known local artists from the Balearics. There's also a collection of engravings to admire, as well as a garden and numerous temporary exhibitions throughout the year.