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What is the weather like in gran canaria in march: Average weather March in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

Опубликовано: December 16, 2022 в 6:00 am


Категории: March

Weather in winter in Gran Canaria

Written by Jelena
in Weather

We have been living in Gran Canaria from the end of October till the middle of April. The island is well known for its tiny temperature variations, which makes it perfect holiday destination. Gran Canaria ir well known because of the mild and warm winter weather.

When you ask what is the temperature like in Gran Canaria in winter time, you need to know that it’s usually quite different in southern and northern parts of the island. Mountains in the central part of Gran Canaria traps all the wind and South-West part is always warmer than the Nort-East.

Weather in South part of Gran Canaria

South resorts – Maspalomas, Playa del Ingles, Meloneras, Puerto Rico, Taurito, Arguineguin and Puerto de Mogan are known for the almost all year round sunshine. Rain is a rare guest here and temperature (+23-+30) is nice for sunbathing. That’s why it is a popular tourists destination. And that’s why if you come to Gran Canaria only for a week or two I highly recommend to stay in the South, to enjoy the Sun.

However, if you want to spend a warm winter, but not too hot one, if you like weather variations (some sunny days mixed with some rainy or windy ones), Las Palmas is a perfect destination. More North can be a little more cool.

Weather in North part of Gran Canaria

In winter in the North part of the island the temperature varies from +16-18°C to +24-25°C (based on our experience). More cool weather is in Agaete and more unpredictable is in Las Palmas.

However, when we came on the first day to Las Palmas, which was Autumn, 24th of October, we were shocked – + 32°C. We had to change all the children clothes immediately and were happy to use the conditioner in our rented car. Too hot! Temperature was reaching the same highs for almost a week. All the locals were surprised as well, they haven’t been experiencing such high temperatures at the end of October for many years. However after a week, weather changed a bit and it was easier to breath.

During the winter months, temperature was around +16 – +23 during the day. Every time we would head South, there would be from 2 to 5 degrees warmer. Locals in Las Palmas were telling us that they have never experienced such a cold winter before – “mucho frio!”. For us – it was perfect. Not too hot, with some hot days, not too cold.

It was interesting, that rain and strong wind was quite a guest in Las Palmas in Winter and Spring time. Less on Spring, of course. On one hand, it was good, because after some days of heat one usually wants some refreshment. On the other hand, it was a little bit disappointing than my mother came for two weeks and we had only two sunny days during that time.

From the middle of March it became warmer and warmer and the tourism season was already there.

How to dress?

On a warmer day: t-shirt, shorts or dress and long-sleeve shirt on top. Cooler day: trousers, long sleeve shirt and jumper. Must have all the time: sun-hat and sun-cream. Take a swimming suite for a beach, where it feels warmer every day (even the cooler ones) because of the sun. A coat in the evening was a must on most days, because of the wind or the rain. We lived next to the beach, so it always felt a little cooler at night.

If you are heading towards the mountains or the North part take some coat or jumper with you. If you go to Puerto de Las Nieves – take your jacket with you, sometimes it may be really cool there.




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Exploring Spain’s postcard villages – TTR Weekly

SINGAPORE, 22 November 2022:Spain is full of charming villages, especially in rural areas. These postcard places encourage you to get lost in their small streets, discover their architectural treasures and enjoy their people’s welcoming atmosphere and traditions. With more than 8,000 towns, it would be impossible to name them all,

Here is a selection. For the full list of 17 destinations visit:

Capileira, Granada © Mark Chinn

Capileira, Andalusia

In the heart of La Alpujarra and within the Sierra Nevada National Park, this small village in Granada province is 1,500 metres above sea level, with spectacular views of the Poqueira gorge and the peaks of Cerro Mulhacén and Pichacho Veleta from its viewpoints. The town is notable for its traditional whitewashed Andalusian houses and several heritage buildings, such as the church of Nuestra Señora de la Cabeza and the Pedro Antonio de Alarcón museum house.

Albarracín, Teruel

Albarracín, Aragon

This unique place, nominated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, is 1,182 metres high. The typically reddish houses in the old part of this town create narrow streets that frequently open up to improvised viewpoints where you can see the landscape. The village of Albarracín has been built on the side of a mountain, and its peculiar hanging houses look out over the Gualaviar river, which almost completely surrounds the town. The protected landscape of the Pinares de Rodeno and several areas of cave paintings surround the town.

Views of the Roque Nublo from Tejeda, Gran Canaria © Pedro Giráldez Sotelo

Tejeda, Canary Islands

This town is situated inside one of the largest volcanic craters in the Canary Islands. It is notable for its spectacular scenery, including Roque Nublo, one of the symbols of Gran Canaria. This is a monolith that was created during the volcanic processes that took place on the island. Just a few kilometres from here is Roque Bentayga, a larger natural monument that was once a sacred place for the native people of the Canary Islands. Its natural beauty combines the historical aesthetics of its white buildings and traditional roofs to make Tejeda one of the places where the aesthetics of the Canary Island villages are preserved.

Lierganes, Cantabria © Avanti

Liérganes, Cantabria

This village contains valuable classicist architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries and is located at the foot of two small hills: Marimón and Cotillamón, commonly known as “Las Tetas de Liérganes”. Its old town, known as “El mercadillo”, has vernacular mansions, palaces and churches. It also has a famous spa, which uses water from the Miera river.

Plaza Mayor in Almagro, Ciudad Real

Almagro, Castilla – La Mancha

The history of this city, whose Arabic name alludes to the red clay used to construct some of the buildings, is tied to the theatre. The Corral de Comedias is the only theatrical courtyard that has remained intact and active, providing interesting dramatised tours since the early 17th century. It is worth visiting the National Theatre Museum and attending the International Classical Theatre Festival, which attracts hundreds of tourists every year. The Plaza Mayor is also exceptional and is one of the most beautiful squares in Spain, with its columns and green-painted windows.

Frías, Burgos

Frías, Castilla y León

Situated on a rock on the edge of the Ebro river, Frías is the smallest village in Spain. The village is outlined by the Humión peak, the tallest in the Montes Obarenes Nature Reserve. Its architecture mixes Roman and Medieval elements, most notably on Los Velasco castle and the church of San Vicente Martír. In between these buildings, hanging houses crowd together.

Plaza in Chinchón, Madrid © Turismo de Chinchón

Chinchón, Region of Madrid

Despite being only 50 kilometres from the capital city, Chinchón is one of the most picturesque villages in the region. Its Plaza Mayor, with its irregular shape and medieval style, with its urban landscape of intricate alleyways and clusters of houses grouped on hills, makes it an essential trip. Its most notable tourist attractions include the church of Nuestra Señora de La Asunción, with a Goya canvas in pride of place over the main altar, the Clock Tower, the Lope de Vega Theatre, and the castle of Los Condes. The monastery of San Agustín and the convent of Las Clarisas.

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Climate and weather in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in March





21 °C, and in the evening +19 °C. Data obtained according to our weather archive in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

clear – 18 days overcast – 13 days
average wind speed is 8 (m/s)
759 millimeters of mercury
rain / snow / hail – 0 days

Weather in Las Palmas de Grania-Canarius Weather for the week weather for 14 days a month

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Average temperature in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in March by years

Average daily and evening temperature in Las Palma de Palma March by year for the period from 2002 to 2012. Number of cloudy and clear days, pressure and wind speed.

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    Temperature °C Weather characteristics Pressure
    mmHg Art.
    Wind speed
    Day +21
    Clear – 20 days
    Overcast – 11 days
    761 9
    Evening +19
    Overcast – 10 days
    760 9
    Day +20
    Clear – 7 days
    Overcast – 24 days
    758 8
    Evening +19
    Overcast – 23 days
    757 7


    Day +22
    Clear – 4 days
    Overcast – 27 days
    760 8 Evening +21
    Overcast – 25 days
    758 8
    Clear – 9 days.
    Overcast – 22 days
    757 8
    Evening +19
    Clear – 6 days
    Overcast – 25 days
    756 7
    Clear – 4 days.
    Overcast – 27 days
    759 9
    Evening +19
    Overcast – 25 days
    757 9
    Day +20
    Overcast – 19 days
    761 9
    Evening +19
    Overcast – 20 days
    759 9

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria March temperature archive daytime. The maximum average daily temperature according to our archive was +22°C, and the minimum dropped to +20°C.

    Weather characteristics

    Average data on the probability of precipitation in percentage terms in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in March.

    Precipitation in March

    The graph shows the average number of rainy or snowy days in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria over the years. The total, average number of days according to our data is 0 days.

    Weather in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in March. Sea water temperature.

    Average day temperature:


    Average temperature at night:


    Sea water temperature:


    Number of sunny days:

    17 days

    Day length:

    11.6 – 12. 4 hours

    Number of rainy days:

    1 day


    17.6 mm

    Air temperature in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in March, °С

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    For the current year, we display on the chart both information for the past days and a forecast for the near future. The forecast is displayed as a dotted line.

    Water temperature in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in March, °С

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    For the current year, we display the actual water temperature values ​​for the past days and the predicted temperature for the near future. The forecast is displayed on the chart as a dotted line.

    Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

    According to data collected over the past 5 years, most days in March are sunny.