It’s spring in Mallorca and the fair has come to town – literally. After the winter chill, the island is waking up, basking in sunny spells. Echoing this increased vitality, the Fira del Ram arrives bringing fun and amusements to Palma.
The season is all about renewal and Mallorca’s creative heritage comes under the spotlight in March with artisanal fairs. Cast off your coat and take a stroll around village stalls, or pick up the pace out in nature. This month is the ideal moment to hike or cycle in pleasing temperatures, bearing witness to the beauty of a Balearic spring.
Weather in Mallorca in March
If February only felt fractionally warmer than chilly January, March is noticeably so. Average rainfall is low compared with earlier months and daily sunshine hours extend to seven. With a very pleasant average temperature of 17.9°C during the day, March weather in Mallorca is reasonably reliable although patches of cloud and drizzle do occur.
If you’re craving sunshine, try Mallorca in March. With seven hours of sun the daily average this month, it’s time to say hello to spring. […] Mallorca Weather in March
Top things to do in March on Mallorca
March in Mallorca brings several events happening around the island. Port Adriano’s Street Food Festival takes place in March and is a must do for foodies, while three-day tour Classic Rally Mallorca showcases a wide range of vintage cars. There’s also a huge sailing regatta held in the Bay of Palma at the end of March, and small art events taking place in the city.
To discover the major events taking place on the island this month, please click here.
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Local Festivals in March
It goes without saying that Palma’s spring amusement park, the Fira del Ram, is a riot of colour, noise and excitement. If you like your fairs more traditional, then head to the Fira del Fang Pottery Fair in Marratxi, or Son Ferriol’s weekend country fair. Also, you don’t have to be Irish to get involved in the St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Santa Ponsa!
Better weather brings renewed energy and a parade or events. There’s so much to enjoy and experience in Mallorca this March. […] Local Festivals in March on Mallorca
Photos that will make you want to visit Mallorca in March
Be inspired with our selection of images that will make you want to visit Mallorca in March.
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March in Mallorca and winter has lifted. Spring has arrived and with it new energy, making lots happen around the island. So get out and about and enjoy the increased warmth and sunshine; whether you’re into cars or boats, art or food, there’s plenty to entertain.
Should Holy Week fall in March, there’ll of course also be must-see Easter Celebrations to factor into your stay. And if you find yourself in Mallorca on 1st March, you’ll experience The Day of the Balearic Islands – a proud moment for all Mallorcans.
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