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Tenerife Weather in March, Spain


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Tenerife Averages March

  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Day Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunrise and sunset

    Day Temperature

  • What is Average Night Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunset and sunrise

    Night Temperature

  • What is Average Sea Temperature?
    Average daily sea temperatures and divided by the number of days in the month. Sea Temperatures are taken from buoys, ships and even satellites can calculate sea temperature based on energy that is radiated from the sea's surface

    Sea Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    8 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    4 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    38 mm
  • What is Chance of Rain?
    This is based on historical weather data, how many days has it rained in the past during this month over a period of years of recorded weather

    Chance of Rain

    7 %
  • What is Chance of Cloudy Day?
    This is based on the sunshine hours per day minus the daylight hours, if the sunshine hours are less than half of the daylight hours, it is labeled a cloudy day

    Chance of Cloudy Day

    2 %

Tenerife Daily Averages March

March 2024 Daily Averages

1 Avg 18º 64º
2 Avg 19º 66º
3 Avg 19º 66º
4 Avg 18º 64º
5 Avg 18º 64º
6 Avg 19º 66º
7 Avg 19º 66º
8 Avg 20º 68º
9 Avg 19º 66º
10 Avg 19º 66º
11 Avg 18º 64º
12 Avg 18º 64º
13 Avg 17º 63º
14 Avg 17º 63º
15 Avg 18º 64º
16 Avg 18º 64º
17 Avg 19º 66º
18 Avg 19º 66º
19 Avg 19º 66º
20 Avg 18º 64º
21 Avg 18º 64º
22 Avg 18º 64º
23 Avg 19º 66º
24 Avg 19º 66º
25 Avg 18º 64º
26 Avg 18º 64º
27 Avg 18º 64º
28 Avg 19º 66º
29 Avg 19º 66º
30 Avg 19º 66º
31 Avg 19º 66º
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What's the Weather Like in Tenerife in March?

Is March A Good Time to Visit Tenerife?

March is the start of spring in TenerifeCanary Islands and a good time to visit the island. It's getting warmer but there are fewer visitors than at peak season, so you're more likely to get a good deal on flights and accommodation.

Is Tenerife Hot In March?

After a relatively cool January and February, the weather starts to warm up in TenerifeCanary Islands in March. The average temperature for the island is 18°C, created by average highs of 21°C in the middle of the day and average lows of 14°C at night.

Where's warmer - Tenerife North or South?

Weather and temperature vary widely between the north and south of the island. In the north, such as in Puerto de la Cruz, temperatures are generally lower and it's cloudier than in southern resorts, such as Playa de Las Americas and Los Gigantes

March Highest and Lowest Temperatures

The highest temperature ever recorded in Tenerife in March is 35.4°C, which was registered in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on March 24, 1951. The lowest temperature ever is -9.1, which was recorded in Izaña on March 28, 1921.

Much How Does It Rain In March In Tenerife?

Tenerife is subject to less rain in March than February with an average of 38mm spread out between four rainy days.

Does It Snow In Tenerife In March?

While Mount Teide is often brushed with a thin layer of snow in March but the chances of it falling anywhere else on the island are extremely unlikely.

Sunshine Hours And Sea Temperature

Tenerife has an average of seven hours of daily sunshine in March. And because the island is warm all-year-round, the average sea temperature is a mild 19°C, certainly warm enough for a dip!

How Windy Is Tenerife In March?

The island's wind speeds fluctuate between light and fresh breezes, rarely rising to anything stronger.

Unusual Weather In March In Tenerife

Storms In Tenerife

On 31 March 2002, a severe thunderstorm resulted in 150mm of precipitation falling across Tenerife. This amount of rainfall was almost four times the monthly average and the majority fell within two-hour period, causing flash flooding.

On 3 March 2005, Tropical Storm Delta struck the Canary Islands, causing  312million worth of damage across the Canary Islands. Tenerife and La Palma were the worst hit, with landslides, uprooted trees and parts of the heliport at Tenerife's University Hospital being ripped clean off.

Tenerife Hotels in March

Marola Portosin

Marola Portosin in Playa de Las Americas is a centrally-located hotel less than 500m away from the Playa de Las Americas beach. Here you'll find studios for up to three adults, one-bedroom apartments for up to four adults and two-bedroom apartments for up to six adults. Each guestroom features lounge with sofa bed, basic kitchenette with hob and fridge, terrace and private bathroom with shower.

WiFi access is also available for an extra fee. Onsite services and facilities include two swimming pools one of which is heated during summer, free WiFi access at reception, pool bar which serves breakfast, massages and table tennis. Room only, bed and breakfast, and half board options are all available.

H10 Las Palmeras

For something even closer to the sea, check out H10 Las Palmeras. This four-star hotel is also set in Playa de Las Americas and has direct access to the small sandy beach and pebbly seafront often used by surfers. Accommodation comes in the form of 519 double rooms, family rooms and junior suites, some of which have sea views. Each guestroom features modern décor with flat-screen TV, air conditioning and private bathroom with hairdryer. Fridges and safes can be hired from reception.

Onsite you'll find free WiFi access, two adult swimming pools one of which is heated in winter, one children's pool, multi-sports court, four tennis courts and outside parking. Onsite dining options include the Garoé buffet restaurant which boasts show cooking, the Italian Specchio Magico restaurant, the seafront La Ballena bar-restaurant, La Choza bar restaurant which serves snacks and drinks and the Big Ben Bar which has live entertainment on an evening.

Barcelo Santiago

 In Puerto de Santiago, the all-inclusive Barcelo Santiago is perfect for travellers looking for a quiet, relaxed break. This four-star hotel offers unique views of Los Gigantes and La Gomera, all the while being only 200m from the nearest beach. Accommodation comes in the form of standard double rooms, superior double rooms, junior suites and deluxe junior suites, some of which come with sea views. Double rooms feature free WiFi access, iPod docking station, LCD satellite TV, air conditioning and private bathroom with hairdryer, whilst deluxe rooms also come with complimentary mineral water, kettle, one entrance to the spa per person and bathroom with bathrobe, slippers and rain shower.

Junior suites are significantly larger and also boast hammocks on the terrace. Rooms with hot tubs are available for an extra fee. Onsite dining options include international buffet restaurant with show cooking, Sabor Español tapas bar, poolside snack bar with cooking demonstrations, Bar Reception with international cocktails and Theatre Bar which boasts evening entertainment.

Other onsite services and facilities include outdoor swimming pool, children's pool, solarium with Balinese beds, kids' club, gym, multi-sports court, tennis court and free WiFi access throughout. Barcelo Santiago also offers a spa with heated pool, sensation areas, toning pool, pebble walkway, Turkish bath, sauna, ice showers, relaxation zone, hydro-massages and hair salon.

Be Live Playa de La Arena

Also in Puerto de Santiago, Be Live Playa de La Arena is a four-star hotel located just 500m away from the black sandy Playa de La Arena beach. This all-inclusive hotel provides guests with standard and superior double rooms, triple rooms and family rooms, some of which come with sea views.

Each guestroom features a complete bathroom with shower, bath and hairdryer, plus a living room with satellite TV, fridge and paid WiFi access. Within the hotel you'll find many family-friendly sports facilities, including tennis court, table tennis, gym and mini golf, as well as free WiFi access in public areas, outdoor swimming pool, kids' club, buffet restaurant, bar and paid parking.

Hotel H10 Big Sur

If you'd rather stay in a boutique hotel, consider Hotel H10 Big Sur in Los Cristianos. This four-star hotel specialises in adults' holidays and offers a Mediterranean interior design with vintage touches. Accommodation comes in the form of 167 standard double rooms, superior double rooms and suites.

Each guestroom features WiFi access, Nespresso coffee machine, flat-screen TV with international channels, air conditioning and private bathroom with bath, bathrobe and hairdryer. Superior guestrooms come with a furnished terrace, whilst suites boast a luxury bathroom with whirlpool bath and Textures Collection amenities.

Onsite dining options include Blue Bay Restaurant with international cuisine and show cooking, Naturalia Terrace which serves Mediterranean food, Chill-Out Terrace which has views over to Los Cristianos port and Cactus Bar which offers live entertainment on an evening. Other onsite services and amenities include Despacio Spa with hair salon, sauna, Turkish bath and massage room, gym, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, free WiFi access throughout and table tennis. 

Tenerife Beach for March

Playa de San Juan

If the weather is overcast where you are, take a trip to the south west of the island. This part of Tenerife enjoys more annual sunshine than any other region, making it almost a sure thing if you're looking for sunshine. Here you'll find a small beach at Playa de San Juan, made up of dark volcanic sand and clean, calm water making it perfect for scuba divers, snorkelers and families alike. Facilities include sun beds, shades, showers, beach bar and parking nearby. To the west of the beach you'll find a small fishing harbour which is always buzzing with life.

Playa de Las Vistas

If you'd rather relax on golden sands, visit Playa de Las Vistas between Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos. This large golden beach stretches on for around 2km and offers sun beds, shades, showers, toilets, changing rooms, wheelchair access and amphibian chairs for people with disabilities.

At the west of the beach, there is also a water sports kiosk which rents out pedalos, banana boats and jet skis, plus a beach bar which serves small meals, snacks and drinks. Playa de Las Vistas is lined by a plethora of cafes, restaurants, bars, supermarkets and shops, giving you plenty of options when lunchtime rolls around.

Bars and Restaurants

Deli on the Hill

Deli on the Hill is a casual cafe in Puerto de Santiago. This eatery offers freshly prepared food made to order, including a selection of sandwiches, salads, quiches, pastries and cakes. The varied drinks menu features freshly-squeezed juices, detox juices, smoothies and milkshakes, plus beer, wine and soft drinks.

You can choose to eat at the small onsite dining room, order your food to take away or have it delivered. When possible, Deli on the Hill uses only organic products which have been sourced locally.  If you want to help support local farms, too, you can also purchase olive oil, vinegar, pate and honey produced in La Chinata from Deli on the Hill.

Restaurante Los Roques

If you enjoy good seafood, Restaurante Los Roques in Los Abrigos is a must-visit. Located in a small, traditional Canarian fishing village, this restaurant specialises in freshly-caught fish and seafood, with sea bass, tuna, catch of the day, lobster and king prawns on the menu. Several meat options are also available, including duck, chicken and steak.

When dining here, you can choose between the three-course a la carte menu and the five- and seven-course tasting menus. If you choose the tasting menus, you need to book in advance and you get to select your own meal choices or opt for the pre-selected dishes.

Churchill's Bar

In Los Cristianos is one of the most popular bars in the resort. Best known for its karaoke sessions which take place several times throughout the week, this bar always has a lively, upbeat atmosphere. The British servers here are very friendly and serve great pub food up alongside affordable drinks.


For something a bit livelier, consider spending a night at O'Neill's. This nightclub is one of the best in Playa de Las Americas, located on the top level of the Las Veronicas strip. With theme nights, resident DJs, guest DJs, guest performers and frequent parties, there is always something going on here.

Although the drink prices are a bit steeper here than in other bars in Playa de Las Americas, the prices are fairly standard for a nightclub. The best time to visit O'Neill's is between 11pm and midnight that's when the atmosphere really gets going.

Things to do in Tenerife in March

Forestal Park Tenerife

Since Forestal Park Tenerife is located high up in the mountains, above the cloud bank which can often shadow northern resorts on the island, this attraction is best visited during the cooler months, such as March, when the sun won't be so scorching. Situated in La Esperanza on the road up to El Teide, this park is packed with 11 zip lines linking 90 assault and obstacle courses.

There are ten courses divided into two types one suitable for younger children and one suitable for adults only. Forestal Park Tenerife is suitable for children and adults over six years old and taller than 110cm. Most of the activities take place high up in the trees, so if you've got a fear of heights, this park isn't for you.


Anyone travelling with children must visit Aqualand during their stay in Tenerife. Situated in Playa de Las Americas, this family-friendly water park can get very busy during the peak seasons, making March one of the best months to visit. This water park features four adrenaline-pumping slides, three children's zones, four family-friendly areas and two chill out zones, including an outdoor spa and lazy river.

All the water slides and splash zones are divided amongst solariums and snack bars, but there are also picnic areas if you want to bring your own food. The dolphinarium is the highlight of the park, where visitors can watch daily dolphin shows. Aqualand also runs a swimming with dolphins programme for kids.

Piramides de Guimar

If you want to get away from the typical tourist attractions of the island, take a day trip to Pirámides de Güímar. Located in the north east of Tenerife in Güímar, this museum speculates about the Güímar pyramids and all the other pyramids around the world and asks whether they are manmade pyramids or just simple rock formations that happened by chance.

In addition to the pyramid exhibition, this museum also boasts exhibitions on ancient civilisations, poisonous flowers and temporary art exhibits from worldwide destinations. There is also a gift shop which sells historical souvenirs and local trinkets, plus a small café onsite which serves coffee, soft drinks and Canarian food.