What's the weather like in Playa de Fanabe in March
March begins a slight warming trend for Playa de Fanabe. Temperatures on land will be slightly warmer than the previous months, however, water temperatures will remain steady as they are always slower to rise than temperatures on land.
Additionally, rainfall remains scarce for the region with only 27mm of precipitation expected for the entire month. Much of this rain is very light and nature and won't put a damper on any outdoor activities that visitors may have planned. The rain also only falls on an average of 5 days. As a result, much of the month is dry. It is also hard during this time of the year to find any clouds. The chance of a cloudy day stands at a miniscule 2 percent while the chance of rain is barely higher at 7 percent.
This time of the year, visitors can expect to see plenty of sun instead. On average, there are 7 hours of sunshine each day and the chance of seeing a sunny day is 51 percent. With the extra hour of sunshine, temperatures begin to climb both in the evening and in the afternoon. Visitors will still likely need a light jacket, however, with average overnight lows dipping to 15°C (59°F). Once the sun crests the horizon, temperatures will begin to warm on their way to topping out at an average of 22°C (72°F). The average daily temperature for this time of the year is 19°C (66°F).
Even though temperatures on land are slowly climbing, temperatures at sea are remaining remarkably steady. As in February, sea surface temperatures are 19°C (67°). Once again, waters remain too chilly for anyone to enjoy the surf without first donning a wetsuit and spending limited time among the waves. If visitors really want to enjoy the ocean this time of the year, be sure to check out how this region compares to others.
Playa de Fanabe Hotels for March
The Bahia Princess Hotel is fit for royalty with its richly appointed interiors and outstanding amenities. This four-star hotel is located only 250 meters away from Playa de Fanabe and makes it the perfect destination for a March vacation. There are a total of 275 rooms and suites situated in two buildings with four outdoor pools, sundecks, restaurants, bars and activities for the whole family.
Perfect for the entire family Iberostar Bouganville Playa offers fun-filled activities wrapped in all the comforts of home. Guests can sign up for any number of water sport activities including scuba diving, snorkeling, Jet Ski rentals and more. There is also daily and nightly entertainment for the whole family as well as on-site pools, restaurants and bars.
The Be Live Experience La Nina offers guests numerous different room options that are perfect for individuals, couples and families. All rooms come with a welcome package as well as bathrooms, slippers and terraces in which to take in the views. On-site restaurants offer some of the best food on the island, as well as catering opportunities and snack bars. There are also plenty of day and night activities and something for every member of the family.
Bars and Restaurants
Despite a wealth of traditional food choices on the island, sometime visitors may want a taste of home and one restaurant sure to supply it is Toro Tapas and Grill. This restaurant offers some of the best steaks in the region while not breaking the bank. Other popular dishes take advantage of the wealth of seafood in the region and all are offered at great prices.
Orange Café offers several different sites including one not far from Playa de Fanabe. Just a short walk from the beach, this seaside café offers a number of dishes and drinks, including a signature champagne sangria. While it might be small and simple, the food keeps guests coming back again and again.
The Claddagh Irish Bar is a great place to pass an evening and enjoy numerous good drinks and some late night food. The friendly atmosphere welcomes both guests and locals and keeps them entertained with lively music and cold drinks. The pub makes for a great night out on the island.
Things to do in Playa de Fanabe in March
Those looking to get out and about and stretch their legs will want to take in the sites on a hiking tour through Special Nature Reserve Barranco del Infierno. Only 300 people a day are allowed through in order to preserve the environment, thus reservations are essential to getting in. There are both guided and self-guided tours on the hike that takes about three and a half hours and covers 6,500 meters offering guests views of flora and fauna and ends with a waterfall. While there is only a small chance of seeing rain on an average of 5 days, visitors will want to check the forecast before heading out on this hike.
Those who may not want to spend the time on their feet can also see wondrous views by signing up for a buggy tour. These off road tours will last three to four hours and allow guests the opportunity to get up close to nature as well as taking in the experience of off-roading. Lunch is generally included as are numerous stops where visitors can take pictures in order to record the memories.