La gomera Weather March Averages, Spain

La Gomera is one of the smallest and most reserved islands in the Canaries, located in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of Africa. The island is characterised by rugged mountains and beautiful scenery, making it a popular destination for walkers and nature lovers. With a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate and warm, mild weather all year round, La Gomera is great for sun seekers too.

What's The Weather Like In La Gomera In March

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    • Temperature Temperature 19°C 66°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 22°C 72°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 15°C 59°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 140 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 16 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 20°C 68°F

    La gomera Weather for March 2019

    La Gomera is one of the smallest and most reserved islands in the Canaries, located in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of Africa. The island is characterised by rugged mountains and beautiful scenery, making it a popular destination for walkers and nature lovers. With a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate and warm, mild weather all year round, La Gomera is great for sun seekers too.

    What's The Weather Like In La Gomera In March

    Temperature

    As spring begins to stretch its legs in the northern hemisphere during March, La Gomera begins to see slight shifts in its temperature and weather. Although February was already pleasant, March is warmer, with an average daily temperature of 19°C. Meanwhile, the anticipated low and high temperatures also swell to 15°C and 22°C respectively.  This means the island never feels too cold or too hot, making March a fantastic time to visit La Gomera.

    Sea Temperature

    While temperatures increase, the Atlantic Ocean remains around the same – a brisk 20°C. This should still be warm enough for most people to be comfortable swimming though.

    Sunshine Hours

    Perhaps best of all, the average amount of sunshine that La Gomera receives grows in March. The island is warmed with a generous ten hours of sun each and every day and there's a 51% chance of a sunny day.

    Rain

    Rainfall also continues to improve into March, seeing less wet weather than the winter season. Visitors to La Gomera in March can expect around 140mm of rain throughout the month, which is generally spread over 16 wet days. This means there's only a small 7% chance of rainfall at any given time. These are good odds for those who want dry, pleasant weather during their time in La Gomera.

    Outside of the cold winter season and before the peak temperatures of summer begin, March is possibly one of the best times to visit La Gomera. The mild conditions allow travelers to really explore the island and see its full beauty.

    La Gomera Hotels In March

    Hotel Rural Casa los Herrera

    Found in the city of Hermigua, on the northern half of La Gomera, the Hotel Rural Casa los Herrera is centrally located for travelers that want quick access to natural wonders. As its name hints at, this hotel is truly rural and is close to the national parks on the island. Run by a family and with only eight rooms, you'll get unrivalled attention and care from the owners. If you'd like to get to know the island, the Hotel Rural Casa los Herrera is an easy choice.

    Hotel Playa Caldera

    For a convenient stay, Hotel Playa Caldera has everything you could need. Located in Valle Gran Rey, the beach is just metres away while the huge rooftop pool offers sea views. Rooms are spacious, stylish and practical, with a small kitchenette where guests can prepare meals and snacks. Alternatively, there's an à la carte restaurant on site that serves traditional dishes.

    La Gomera Beaches For March

    Beaches of La Gomera

    With warming temperatures and an increase in sunshine, March is a great time to visit the beaches of La Gomera. The island has a rugged coastline with many secluded coves and quiet beaches that make a peaceful change to the crowded beaches on other Canary Islands.

    Playa de Alojera

    Playa de Alojera is one of the most popular beaches in La Gomera. Like many of the beaches here, it is covered with fine black sand and backed by beautiful cliffs. A couple of small restaurants located near to the beach offer a range of Canarian specialties and fresh fish.

    Bars And Restaurants

    El Nilo

    For a true taste of the Canary Islands, visitors should add El Nilo to their must-visit list. This La Gomera favourite is situated in San Sebastian and is ran by a local family, giving it a fantastically friendly atmosphere. The cuisine here is typically Canarian, with fresh fish and meat dishes making up the menu.

    El Pescador

    El Pescador is another great choice for fish lovers. Located in Valle Gran Rey, this charming restaurant is just a short walk from the beach and has a lovely outdoor terrace where guests can enjoy their meal in the wonderful climate of La Gomera. The simple menu features fresh seafood from the Atlantic Ocean as well as meat options.

    Noah's Ark

    Last but not least, Noah's Ark is the perfect venue for vegetarians visiting La Gomera. This Valle Gran Rey eatery serves up a range of mouth-watering meat-free and vegan friendly dishes that will even impress carnivores, with choices such as the leek and pumpkin quiche and some delicious vegan desserts.

    Things To Do In La Gomera In March

    In March, the Canary Islands and La Gomera celebrate their version of Father's Day by honouring Saint Joseph, the saint who represents fathers and workers. Depending on how the calendar falls, Carnival can also fall during the month of March and if it does, you can expect to see colorful processions and costumes alongside elaborate rituals and feasts.

    Hiking

    One of the activities the island of La Gomera is known for is walking, with its abundance of good-quality walking paths crossing the island. To save money, you can forego hiring a guide to take you around the island on foot and follow the paths yourself, as they generally have excellent signage.

    The Torre del Conde

    Nestled in between lushly forested mountains and parks less frequented historical buildings can be found on the island of La Gomera. The Torre del Conde is one example. Once part of an interesting period in time on the island, it served as both a fort and local prison. Now, this small tower remains a testament to La Gomera's history and is a must-see if you're in San Sebastian. 

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