Thassos is a Greek island located at the northern part of the Aegean Sea. Its capital is Limenas (also known as Limenas Thasou, "Port of Thassos") which is one of the many resort towns in the area. It is full of history, nice beaches, and is also the most populated municipality.
In March, visitors can expect a daytime average temperature high of 12°C (54°F).
Generally, the low temperature in the evening will be around 4°C (39°F).
It is still quite cold during the evenings but it is warmer during the day since spring is arriving. So visitors to Thassos in March may still have to bring sweater or cardigan to keep warm later in the day.
Average precipitation in Thassos in March will be around 52 mm or 2 inches. There are usually about 8 hours of sunshine each day that it doesn't rain.
Humidity is still present at an average of 71%, though visitors will not experience discomfort as it isn't at all hot.
March is a time when locals begin to work on their tans as the beaches are not at all crowded. The daytime temperatures are still too cold for most beach goers, but there are always those who will brave the cooler weather in order to avoid the crowds of the summer.
Festivals in Thassos in March include, but are not limited to, The Annunciation and the last weeks of the Carnival season. One day in particular to watch out for is "Clean Monday" (the day that begins Lent and ends the Carnival season.), especially in the town of Potamia.
Make sure to check the exact dates of the events as it may vary from year to year. Carnival is a festival celebrated by Greeks before the Lent begins. It is somewhat like Mardi Gras with people gathering and wearing costumes and joining in the parades. There is plenty of dancing, free wine, and good food at cheap prices.
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