Lake Maggiore Weather March Averages, Italy

    Lake Maggiore Weather for March 2020

    What's the Weather like in Lake Maggiore in March

    Temperature

    Marking the start of spring, March comes to Lake Maggiore with a bang and a large jump in the average daily temperature over that of February. Now is the time to hike through the surrounding forests or walk around the quaint towns. In March, the average temperature sits around 7°C (about 45°F), 3 degrees above February and a nice temperature for being outside and exploring the area. Unfortunately, the rainfall amounts are also increasing, up to 74 mm during this time.

    Rainfall

    The rain falls over an average of 13 days in the month, so you can still get more dry days than wet days and usually the rainfall is short and light. You'll probably still want to bring along an umbrella or poncho just in case. It's still cold enough this time of the year that you'll want a coat or jacket and long-sleeved shirts, sweaters, and cardigans to layer underneath.

    Average Sunshine Hours

    The days start getting long too with the advent of spring, and this month sees an average of 8 hours of sunshine each day and a 25 percent chance of a sunny day. The chance of rain is 40 percent and the chance of a cloudy day is 50 percent. Snow isn't likely anymore with the low temperature dropping to just above freezing at 1°C (about 34°F). Typically, you'll only see those temperatures at night and in the higher parts around the lake. The high temperature reaches up to a nice and warm 13°C (around 55°F), where you'll just need a light-weight jacket or sweater.

    Highest and Lowest Recorded Temperatures in March

    The highest recorded temperature for this resort that is a part of Italy was a very balmy 28°C (about 82°F), unheard of for this part of Europe this time of the year. The extreme low for the area was -6°C (about 21°F), extra chilly for the spring.

    Lake Maggiore Hotels in March

    Hotel La Sacca

    Family-owned for over 70 years, Hotel La Sacca has comfortable rooms and useful amenities. The hotel sits next to Lake Maggiore and just minutes from the center of Stresa. Hotel amenities include a private beach with sunbeds and umbrellas, free parking, gym and sauna, free Wi-Fi, and boat rentals. You'll enjoy a freshly-prepared full breakfast buffet each morning, and during the summer months, you can dine outside on the terrace covered by a pergola and wine grapes.

    Residence Isolino

    If you're looking for more space and privacy during your stay at Lake Maggiore in March, the Residence Isolino offers apartments ideal for large groups and families. The hotel is a perfect spot to explore the surrounding beaches, mountains, and forests, as well as the little towns around the lake. Each apartment has a private balcony or garden, satellite television, safe, Wi-Fi, and deck chairs and umbrella. You also have access to all the kitchen goods, sheets, blankets, and towels you'll need.

    Hotel Pian Nava

    The Hotel Pian Nava is located in the tiny village of Pian Nava and has 45 guest rooms and 3 suites with whirlpools. It sits high about Lake Maggiore and gives guests sweeping views. The rooms have private bathrooms, telephones, balconies, and satellite televisions. Guests can take advantage of the reading room with television and dining room, where the owners themselves cook the buffet meals each day. Other hotel amenities include garden terrace and Jacuzzi.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Il Sole di Rancho

    Il Sole di Ranco has one of the best wine cellars in the area, boasting fine aged reds alongside crisp whites. The menu features Italian classics like ravioli alla carbonara, Milanese risotto, pumpkin ravioli, and tagliolini. You can also pick from a number of seafood dishes including sea bass, pike perch, cod, and red tuna fish. When the weather gets warm, request a table outside under the pergola with views of the lake.

    The Tiffany Restaurant

    The Tiffany restaurant at the Camin Hotel is open for lunch and dinner and serves Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. The chefs strive to use only the freshest ingredients and take advantage of locally-sourced produce, meat, and fish whenever possible. If you're just looking for pre-dinner drinks and appetizers, check out the La Carta bar that's part of the restaurant.

    Things to do in Lake Maggiore in March

    Quadventure ASD

    Strap on your helmet and get ready for an exciting adventure as you tour Lake Maggiore on all-terrain vehicles. Quadventure ASD takes you on a 1.5-hour or 3-hour tour of the area and is open for tours all year round. The tour is open to riders ages 8 and up and is good for all experience levels. The quads are made for two people, so you can double up or ride alone. Some of the tours include refreshments, and all include safety equipment.

    The Museum of Toy and Children

    The Museum of Toy and Children, or Museo del Giocattolo e del Bambino, offers an interesting look at baby and children's toys through the ages. The museum is found in Laveno Mombello and you can explore the museum on your own or take one of the guided tours if the March weather doesn't cooperate. Throughout the year, the museum sponsors special events for kids like workshops and craft times.

    Oasis of Bruschera

    The Oasis of Bruschera offers a quiet respite for travelers wanting to surround themselves with natural beauty. It's located outside the town of Angera and includes natural meadowlands and water features. For your convenience, there is a parking lot at the start of the oasis area, or you can walk the short distance from the town. While there, you'll see native bird species and maybe even some frogs and fish in the ponds.

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