Jandia Weather March Averages, Spain
The weather is beginning to warm up by the time March hits Jandia and the Canary Islandsandia is located on the Canary Island of Fuerteventura, which is one of the most popular ones, alongside Tenerife and Gran Canaria. The days have more sun, usually around 10 hours per day which is about 80% of the possible amount this time of year number that refers to the ratio between sunshine hours and daylight hours.
March is charaterised by gradually increasing day length. March 1 is the shortest day of the month and has 11.35 hour of daylight, while March 31, with its 12.27 daylight hours, is the longest day. This 52-minute increase implies that each day in March is 1.7 minutes longer than the previous one.
As mentioned above, March enjoys 10 beautiful hours of sunshine per day on average. This is an extremely high number for this time of year, especially when compared with other destinations in Europe and even in Spain. The same number is also recorded in September and Octoberll the months in between see more sunshine hours. It's clear that this is quite the sunny destination.
During the month of March, the average high temperature is 21°C and the average low temperature is 15°C. Both these temperature remain essentially constant throughout the month. The overall average temperature is 18°C, a one-degree increase since the winter months of January and February.
With slightly warmer weather than the previous months, more sunshine and infrequent rainfall, Jandia and the rest of the Canary Islands are very accommodating to outdoor activities during the month of Marchnd all the other months as well, for what it's worth. Rainfall is rare during the month; the average for March is about 10mm, which is spread out over 3 days with rainfall. This total amount is incredibly low, so you won't have to worry about getting wet at all during your vacation in Jandia in March. The following months will be even drier. The chance of experiencing any type of rainfall decreases in the course of March, from 14% in the beginning to 11% at the end. If it rains, it will most likely be drizzle. Moderate rain and light rain may occur as well, but are far less common.
March is the beginning of spring, so the plants are awakening for the season and the beaches are seeing more activity. The sunny days seem to add to the warmth of the air and the sea. As the longer days begin, it is an obvious indicator that summer approaches.
March is a pleasant time of the year to visit Jandia. The month brings warmer weather but it is not yet the peak season for tourists, so guests can enjoy outdoor activities without worrying about overcrowding.
You can take a look at the weather forecast for Jandia in our weather forecast page.
There are many hotels and resorts in Jandia. For those who are golf enthusiasts, Hotel Jandia Golf is an all-inclusive golf hotel that features suites with kitchenettes, free breakfast and outdoor pools. This is a magnificent place to stay for relaxing get-away-from-it-all type of holidayts all-inclusive option makes things as convenient as they could possibly be. Additional amenities include restaurants and bars, a mini-club, playground and a free bus to the beach.
For a casual, home-style stay, there is Alameda de Jandia, which is a laid-back apartment-style hotel that has an airy bar, free breakfast, a swimming pool and a restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere.
If you are looking for more of a resort atmosphere, IFA Altamerena Hotel, is an all-inclusive resort that has free breakfast, three outdoor pools, two bars and beach access. Barcelo Jandia Playa is a colorful resort that has a selection of airy suites as well as rooms, two restaurants, three swimming pools, four bars and a spa.
There are miles of black sand beaches throughout the Canary Islands and Jandia is no exception. The clear and relatively warm (18°C) ocean water is ideal for swimming, diving, fishing and various water sports. Of course, there is plenty of room for just sitting on the beach, relaxing and enjoying a cold drink.
You may want to help some children build sand castles or look for seashells. There is also a harbor in Jandia where the local yacht club and fishermen gather.
There are dozens of restaurants to choose from in Jandia and the Canary Islands. You can eat local dishes, Spanish or Italian cuisine or American foods. The H10 Playa Esmerelda has high-quality dining options.
The Canary Islands has a great selection of local and international wines. There are also plenty of bars that have cocktails and other alcoholic beverages as well as non-alcoholic drinks. Regardless of whether you are looking for a light meal, such as a sandwich, or a dinner consisting of several entrees, there are options to suit all tastes throughout the islands.
Of course, because of its location to the sea, there are plenty of fresh seafood options on the menus of restaurants throughout the islands. Fresh seafood can also be purchased at local markets.
Jandia has a variety of activities for all ages. With the warmer weather that is found during March, it is an excellent time to enjoy watersports, such as parasailing, snorkeling, surfing, swimming, sailing, jet skiing, fishing and so forth.
Throughout mid-March there are numerous carnival events over Fuerteventura, including activities at the main tourist resort, which is Morro Jable. The activities include raft racing, dancing and singing. Holy Week brings in a host of religious processions and activities that lead up to Easter.
Fishing guides are available to help the inexperienced saltwater fishermen. Charter boat tours are also available. Other activities include historic tours, shopping, seeing local artisans at work, photography and nature walks.
To the northeast of Morro Jable is Costa Calma, which has wind surf schools, centers for various sporting activities and an array of shops.