Santa Susanna Weather March Averages, Spain
March is the start of spring in Santa Susanna which brings fresher, brighter weather to create a very beautiful time to visit the region.
What's The Weather Like In Santa Susanna In March
During this month, Santa Susanna enjoys an average of 9 hours of daily sunshine allowing the flowers to bloom, the new wildlife to come alive and even the sea starts to get a little warmer.
While average highs of 17°C are usual for this time of the year, it has been known for the weather to be much warmer. The highest ever temperature recorded in March was registered in 1987, at a very balmy 26°C showing that the opportunity to enjoy some nice warm days is definitely there.
Night time temperatures also start to improve in March. And while an average of 4°C might not make it possible to sit outside as the evening progresses, it does ensure that the possibility of experiencing a frost are almost negligible.
As with any month in Santa Susanna, there is likely to be some rain. Usually 10 days of the month will experience some precipitation. However there are only likely to be 54mm of rain falling in the entire 31 days of the month, which means most showers are likely to be light.
As the sun brightens and the average temperature reaches 11°C, the sea will also start to get more inviting.
At the beginning of March, sea temperatures of just 13°C are likely. But by the end of the month, the temperature will have risen by an average of 1°C. It is then likely to get consistently warmer until it achieves temperatures of 26°C by mid-August.
Warm, dry weather and fresher evenings typify March in Santa Susanna and are the reason so many people find the climate in this region so irresistible at this time of the year.
Santa Susanna Hotels In March
Odissea Park Apartaments
Odissea Park Apartaments are a fabulous place to stay when you want everything close by. The quality of the apartments is exceptional, from the high standards of cleanliness to the open air swimming pool which is open all year round. For the best views, choose an apartment on the third or fourth floor which is at the top of the apartment block. But wherever you choose to stay, the value for money and exceptional service will always please. Located near the beach and the main town, when you want great value and a nice place to stay, the Odissea Park Apartaments will ensure your visit is one to remember.
For a cost effective place to stay in Santa Susanna, at any time of the year, book a room at the Mercury Hotel. Every part of the hotel is well maintained and very clean, with very good amenities that offer great value for money. The restaurant is basic but fully functional. And the town train stop is right outside, giving instant access to anywhere in the local region. Very close to Santa Susanna train station, which provides daily access to Barcelona, and ideally located for the local beach. When you want to stay in Santa Susanna on a budget, the Mercury Hotel ticks all the boxes.
H Top Royal Sun Suites
The H Top Royal Sun Suites are a set of self-catering apartments that are situated within the H Top Royal Sun hotel complex. This means you have all the convenience of staying in self-catered accommodation, while still enjoying all the facilities of the hotel. All the suites are large and spacious, offering plenty of room for families or large groups. And with both a pool on site and the beach just a short walk away, there's plenty to keep everyone entertained. Though the nightly entertainment is not available in March, most of the facilities in the hotel are still available, offering a fabulous spring break for anyone that chooses to visit.
Bars And Hospitals
For a great night out in Santa Susanna, a visit to La Siesta is an absolute must. This authentic 'night club' offers dinner and dancing for all to visit but of course the music of the night is Flamenco. Book tickets for a night of fabulous food, delicious drinks and a step into the world of Spain's traditional dance. There are special events and flamenco shows throughout the year, just don't forget your camera. This is a night you won't want to forget! And if you enjoy the evening as much as you should, there's always a dancing class to be had later in your stay. That way you will get to feel the heat of the dance for yourself and take a little flamenco skill home with you.
Pizzeria Il Veneciano
Delicious pizza for eating in or take away are available at Pizzeria Il Veneciano. Situated within the Hotel Aquamarine and Spa, this delicious pizza restaurant offers authentic flavours, and very generous portions, as well as a range of alterantive meal options including pasta and carpaccio. Take a seat for a main meal or just drop by for a well-blended cocktail. Just make sure you leave room for desert. You won't want to miss anything at Pizzeria Il Veneciano.
Restaurante Sant Ponc
Take a visit to Restaurante Sant Ponc for high quality Mediterranean food that won't burst the budget. The staff are welcoming, whether you book a romantic table for two or decide to take the whole family. And though the food is of the highest standard, the portions are still very generous. Try the Shrimp Risotto or Ragout Galtas for two delightful dishes. Or choose from the very extensive menu. With views nearly as breath-taking as the plates that come out of the kitchen, you will want to come back again and again.
Things To Do In Santa Susanna In March
Enjoy the heady heights of Montserrat Mountain with a trip on the Montserrat Funicular Railway. This vertical cable car will take you the 1,000 metres up to the top of the mountain which offers views of Montserrat Monastery as well as the Pyrenees. On arrival, visit the nature centre at Sant Joan station or choose to hike along one of the many signposted walks at the summit. When the March clouds clear and the wind is calm, there's no better place to be.
Old Flour Mill
The old flour mill at Molí d'en Rufo is a wonderful place to visit on a trip to Santa Susanna. Dating from the end of the 17th Century, this beautiful building used the power of the Riera de Santa Susanna to grind the grain for local farmers, and some of the original walls are still intact today. Take in the view over the original aqueduct and enjoy the picturesque scenery. It is a beautiful way to enjoy a little historical culture while staying in this part of Spain.