Seville Weather March Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Seville in March
March is the wettest month in Seville, despite temperatures warming up. The 90mm rainfall for March normally occurs over 9 days, so you can expect to be caught in it if you travel to the city during this month.
The daily average temperature for Seville during March is around 15 °C. Despite the chance of rain, the weather during the day is cool and fresh with the average humidity around 61%. It definitely feels comfortable during the day but pack a light jacket or mac just in case.
The weather can be unpredictable, so it's best to pack an array of clothing and wear layers. The highest ever recorded temperature for March in Seville has been 32 °C with the lowest temperature recorded being an icy -2 °C, however these are highly unlikely at this time of year and you can generally expect the weather to remain within the averages for the month.
The regular sea temperature is normally around 17 °C which is considered relatively cool and most may want to avoid swimming in the sea, though a quick dip is fine.
Regardless of the fresher temperatures in March, many tourists choose to explore the city as it isn't as busy as summer months and the climate is better than that in other parts of Europe, including the UK.
Seville Hotels in March
Vincci la Rabida Hotel
There are many incredible hotels in Seville which all offer a range of facilities to suit your needs. The Vincci la Rabida Hotel offers four star accommodation in the old town district of the city. Overlooking La Giralda, this hotel is based in an 18th century mansion and boasts luxurious rooms with a spacious private bathroom, television and exquisite décor. Featuring original features, such as beamed ceilings, balconies and stone archways, the interiors of the hotel exhibit classic French charm.
You can relax in the beautiful courtyard or on the terrace, with two exclusive restaurants offering a range of cuisine from buffet style breakfasts to traditional Andalusian cuisine. Located close to the Cathedral, local bars and other attractions, this hotel is suitable for families, couples or those with small children.
Bars and Restaurants
If you're searching for traditional Spanish cuisine then try Los Coloniales. Despite appearing fairly basic from the exterior, this restaurant serves delicious food, friendly service and affordable prices.
If you are here for your evening meal and want to explore the local bars then head to Maquila Bar. Open from 8pm until midnight, you can enjoy a cold beer, or even grab something to eat. The bar also brews its own beers for you to try, as well as offering a friendly atmosphere and clean décor. It can become very busy at times, so be prepared for a lively environment.
Things to do in Seville in March
Tour Of Monuments
Seville is a city boasting many cultural and historical aspects and you should definitely take a tour of several monuments during your visit. There's an incredible wealth of history to discover in Seville, so a private monumental walking tour of the city is just one option on offer. This three hour tour begins at Seville Cathedral and finishes in the heart of town. Visiting three of the most famous sights in Spain, this tour is perfect for those who want to gain knowledge of the surroundings they're residing in. You'll be able to capture the scenic views of the Giralda Tower, Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Royal Alcazar. A local guide is on hand to answer your questions and you'll finish with a relaxing stroll through Santa Cruz, one of Seville's most picturesque areas.
Casa del Libro
If you love reading then take a trip to one of the oldest bookshops in Spain; Casa del Libro. Boasting an incredible variety of books over four floors, there something to capture everyone's taste. It's also the ideal place to pick up a guidebook of the area.
Dates to note
Festival EsconaMobile takes place in March and celebrates different types of contemporary arts across the city. The Teatro Lope de Vega hosts many dance and theatre performances, however, there are a number of exhibitions and other events at many other smaller venues.
Cristo de la Expiracion
Cristo de la Expiracion is a fiesta that takes place one week before Palm Sunday. It is a very lively celebration with fireworks and rockets and those of all ages will enjoy this event.
If you fancy seeing a little bit more of Andalucía, there are also lively carnivals in both Cadiz and Isla Cristina from the 3rd-13th March.
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