What's the Weather like in Sarigerme in March
March is slightly milder than the preceding summer months and so is a great time of year to visit Sarigerme, with average temperatures of 12°C (54°F), highs of 17°C (63°F) and lows of 6°C (43°F). Average sea temperature in March is around 16°C (61°F).
There is a likelihood of experiencing rain showers during your visit in March, and combined with the cooler temperatures in the evenings, it would be a good idea to bring warm clothing such as light jackets and trousers. However, precipitation is still less than in February, with only about 25% chance of rain, a likelihood that decreases as the month wanes. When it does occur, it usually is as a light shower or thunderstorm.
The skies above Sarigerme stay around partly cloudy, with little variation. Humidity ranges from comfortable (36%) to humid (84%), rarely dropping below 22%. Earlier in March tends to be more humid; as the days warm and grow longer, the moisture in the air evaporates. Wind speeds vary from light air to moderate breezes, typically blowing in from the north or northwest.
In March, spring has arrived in Sarigerme and the temperature is quite even. At March 1, average keep around 13°C (54°F), with highs of 18°C (63°F) and lows of 8°C (46°F). By mid-month, averages are around 14°C (57°F), with highs of 19°C (66°F) and lows of 9°C (47°F). At the end of March, averages are at 16°C (60°F), highs at 21°C (69°F) and lows at 11°C (51°F).
Hotels in Sarigerme in March
Iberotel Sarigerme Park
Guests are well-advised to book Iberotel Sarigerme Park. The hotel consists of 14 villas and a main building nestled within a park 15 kilometres from Dalaman. Built in traditional Turkish style, it lies just near the ancient city of Pisilis. Guests can wander down to the sandy beach. Visitors can enjoy two freshwater pools, a kids' pool and a baby pool. Rooms are available as doubles, family rooms, suites with balcony, and handicap accessible. There are three restaurants, four bars and one cafe that serves coffee and crepes.
A more modest option is Cepni Hotel, a small resort that features an outdoor pool and free shuttle to the beach. Each room is equipped with A/C, satellite TV, minibar and balcony. The hotel restaurant offers a buffet breakfast, dinner and bar.
Lady Rose Turkey
Another option is Lady Rose Turkey, a small boutique pension just 10-minutes' walk from the beach. Turkish breakfast is served directly to you in your room. It has both standard rooms and deluxe rooms with and without kitchen, each of which features a safe, wifi, and television.
Hit the Beach
Sarigerme Beach is a quiet, tranquil beach that somehow manages to stay off the tourist radar. The clientele tends to consist of those who are looking for some peace and quiet. The shore gently slopes from its shallows, great for kids to splash around. Take note that on some days, the winds are quite strong. There is a small entrance fee to the beach, collected by the Sarigerme Environmental Education Association and goes directly to beach maintenance. Though popular with tourists and locals alike, it is never too crowded. You can enjoy all the normal beach facilities like picnic tables, sun beds, umbrellas, cafes and toilets.
Bars and Restaurants
Some of the best dining options in Sarigerme are available at the all-inclusive hotels.
Guests not staying at the hotel can book a table at the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort with little trouble at all.
Savour traditional Italian entrees at Alize.
Enjoy a poolside lunch of kebabs, pastas and salads at Breeze, where food is served until late afternoon and drinks until midnight.
At Glitter, indulge yourself with the freshest oysters and a glass of sparkling champagne.
Taste the true taste of Turkey at the Anisse Raki Bar, and its impressive selection of raki.
Entice your palate at Caraf, with the finest selection of local and international wines available.
Things to Do in Sarigerme in March
Bargain hunters should head to Sarigerme Bazaar, where you can haggle for the best prices on a huge range of products. The Bazaar operates every Sunday from 8.30am to 5.30pm. Get there early for the best bargains!
The ancient port city of Kaunos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just thirty minutes' drive from Sarigerme. Kaunos is a large archaeological complex where you can roam freely around crumbling baths, fountains, and amphitheatre. Dating back to the 10th century b.c.e., Kaunos was a major trading port for centuries and was referred to by Herodotus in his Histories. It was abandoned after an invasion and malaria epidemic as late as the 15th century. Visitors should definitely not miss the six rock tombs on the Dalyan river, elegant temple-like carvings dressed in two Ionian pillars and Greek facades.