Lanzarote Weather March Averages, Canary Islands
What's The Weather like In Lanzarote In March?
March is a lovely time to visit Lanzarote when the weather is warming up but it can be changeable. It's also a good time to bag a bargain on flights and accommodation.
Is March Hot In Lanzarote?
In March, the average temperature in Lanzarote, Canary Islands rises from 18°C at the start of the month up to 19°C by the end of the month. Daily highs rise from 21°C to 22°C and daily lows rise from 15°C to 16°C.
Extreme Temperatures For March In Lanzarote
In recent times, the highest temperature recorded for Lanzarote in March is 32.7°C on 12 March 1981 and the lowest temperature ever is 8.3°C on 1 March 1988.
March Sea Temperature In Lanzarote
The average sea temperature for Lanzarote in March is 18°C which some people will enjoy while others will find it a little too refreshing!
Does It Rain In Lanzarote In March?
During this month, the island receives around 14mm of rainfall divided between five days. Drizzle is the most common type of precipitation for Lanzarote in March, followed by moderate rain and light rain.
Lanzarote's Wettest and Driest Months
The rainstorm with the highest amount of rainfall which has ever hit Lanzarote in March struck during on 14 March 1995, when the island received 38.5mmof rainfall in only 24 hours.
On the other hand, March 2012 was the driest month ever, when the island received absolutely no rainfall at all.
March Sunshine In Lanzarote
Lanzarote Hotels in March
Hotel Costa Sal
Hotel Costa Sal is located in Puerto del Carmen, just a short drive away from the airport. Here you'll find accommodation in the form of: studios, one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom apartments, bungalows and villas. Each unit features: balcony or terrace, TV, kitchen or kitchenette, private bathroom and air conditioning. Onsite services and amenities include: gardens, bar, restaurant, supermarket, tennis courts, playground, swimming pool and solarium.
H10 Sentido White Suites
H10 Sentido White Suites is a boutique hotel located in Playa Blanca. All the rooms come with 2 LCD TVs, coffee machine, minibar, iPod docking station, bathrobe and slippers, air conditioning and private bathroom with hairdryer. Onsite services and facilities include: bars, restaurants, all-inclusive option, free WiFi access, dog-friendly, gym, parking, swimming pools, solarium and supermarket.
Plaza Azul Apartments
Plaza Azul Apartments are situated in Puerto del Carmen one of the most popular resorts in the area. Accommodation comes in the form of one-bedroom apartments, each of which includes: separate bedroom, living room with sofa bed, TV, telephone, kitchen, private bathroom. Onsite services and amenities include: bar, restaurant, swimming pool, solarium, supermarket, 24-hour reception, laundrette, games room and internet corner.
Things to do in Lanzarote in March
La Recova Market
If you're visiting Arrecife for the Trofeo Sar Princesa Alexia, make time to stop byLa Recova Market. Whilst this market is great to visit at any time of the year, it's often busiest and has the most stalls when there's a festival or event going on, such as the boat regatta in March. The recently re-established market features a handful of stalls with artisans selling all sorts of handmade crafts, including jewellery, pottery, clothes, shoes, bread and plants. There's also a small café in the centre of the market where you can grab a drink or something to eat.
With daytime highs of around 23°C, March is a great time to hit the beach. Playa Grande is the main beach in Puerto del Carmen and stretches on for over 1km, providing plenty of room for kids to play and adults to relax. Here you'll find soft golden sands, clear waters ideal for swimming, parasols and sun beds to rent, showers, changing rooms, toilets, vending machines, lifeguards and various water sports. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, cafes and shops in the area, too.
Timanfaya National Park
Cloudy days are still a common weather feature in March in Lanzarote. If you're stuck for something to do on an overcast day, visit the Timanfaya National Park. Because the park has hardly any natural shade, it can be far too hot to visit in the summer months when the chance of cloud coverage is small. The Timanfaya National Park is one of the most popular attractions on the island and is made up of 100s of volcanoes and mini geysers. As well as wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere whilst snapping a few photos, you can also go on a camel ride to better explore the area.
Surf Camp and Surf School in Lanzarote
March is one of the best months of the year for surfing in Lanzarote, when the swells are consistent throughout the Canary Islands. If you're a beginner wanting to learn, or a pro looking to improve, sign up for a course at the Surf Camp and Surf School in Lanzarote. This company offers various courses for all levels and abilities, including beginner level, intermediate level and advanced level. There's even a course designed for enthusiastic surfers travelling with those not interested in the sport.
Safari Diving School
Diving season in Lanzarote kicks off in March, making it a great time to book an excursion or course with a diving school. Safari Diving School in Puerto del Carmen is one of the most popular because it's the only one on the island situated directly on the beach. The school offers all sorts of diving courses including BSAC, PADI, SSI and NAUI as well as group diving offers, accommodation packages and try dives for beginners.