Warmest Place in Europe in March: Tenerife, Spain
Tenerife is one of the hottest places in Europe in March and the rest of spring. This super Canary Island attracts the most tourism by far. The average temperature in Tenerife in March is a warm 18 Celsius. The daily high is now 21 Celsius with a low of 15 Celsius.
Tenerife tends to see about 4 days of rain in March, far less than the winter months. During our visit here in 2016, most days saw an average temperature of 20 Celsius or more. The sea temperature remains at it’s lowest yearly level of 19 Celsius.
March is one of the top months to pay a visit to Tenerife. There are more top resorts here than most of the Canary Islands put together. Playa de las Américas, Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje are a few top resorts in the south. The southern resorts also see the warmest of the weather during March. In the northern areas are Santa Cruz and Puerto de la Cruz.
Tenerife is also home to some of the top attractions in the Canary Islands. Loro Parque and Siam Park are popular attractions to enjoy with all the family. Those who prefer natural attractions have Teide National Park and Cueva del Viento. Masca Walk and Anaga Mountains provides hikers with great options. There are many great beaches to enjoy such as Las Teresitas among others.