Weather forecast for the Camino de Invierno in March

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Start date
Mar 1
Start town
End date
Mar 12
End town
Santiago de Compostela
metric (°C, mm, km)

Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
263 km
Daily distance
21.9 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
4.7 mm/day

If you walk the Camino de Invierno route in March, you will experience different weather conditions and temperatures ranging from 10 to 16°C. Your starting point is Ponferrada, where you can expect quite a bit of rain mixed with sunny and partly cloudy days.

Next, you will pass through Las Médulas, O Barco de Valdeorras, and A Rúa de Valdeorras. Here, it typically rains a lot. Sometimes the rain can be light and freezing.

Once you get to Quiroga, it starts to get warmer, averaging 13°C. The heavy rain also becomes less frequent. As you travel through A Pobra do Brollón and onto Monforte de Lemos, you'll mostly find cloudy, partly sunny days with a chance of light rain.

When you reach Chantada and Rodeiro, the weather gets better. It will be sunnier and warmer, reaching around 16°C in Rodeiro.

Towards the end of the journey in Lalín, Silleda, Outeiro, and Santiago de Compostela, you'll have a mix of sunny, cloudy, and rainy days. Still, light rain is expected most days, with temperatures ranging from 4 to 6°C.

Overall, in early March, the weather on the Camino de Invierno changes a lot. You'll experience sun, clouds, and rain, so be prepared for a variety of weather conditions.

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