Which part of France has the best climate
Top 5 Sunniest Places in France
- Marseille. Located between the Mediterranean and the Alps, the climate in Marseille is characterised by long, hot summers, mild winters and lots of sunshine.
- Corsica. The island of Corsica is located to the southeast of Marseilles and is just a short flight from Paris.
- St Tropez.
Where is the sunniest place in France
The city of Marseille in the Bouches du Rhone takes top spot as the sunniest place in France, according to figures provided by Meteo France*. The city has 2,801 hours (264 days) of sunshine a year.
Which part of Brittany has the best weather
The Finistère area of western Brittany tends to have the coolest weather in summer, while the south coast of Morbihan, benefiting from a sunny microclimate, is the warmest.
Where does it rain the most in France
Brittany, in the far west, is the rainiest location of all, especially between October and November. Summers here aren’t overly hot either with the average temperature being 61° F. As you travel south along the Atlantic Coast the weather gets milder and more pleasant.
Is South of France warm in winter
Known for its perpetually pleasant climate and ample sunshine, the South of France in winter experiences average temperatures of 12 degrees Celsius.
Why is French property so cheap
While the price of unmodernised property is cheap in rural France, so is the price of modernised property. Period properties in remote rural areas are cheap because the French do not want to live in them, especially when it is easy to obtain planning permission for a new house.
Is France hotter than England
Generally as a whole country France has higher day time average temperatures than England. The largest difference is during the summer months when the south of France is significantly hotter than the cooler north of England.
Is the South of France hot
The climate in South of France is the hottest in France, with average summer temperatures above 30oC (80oF). You can expect around 300 days of sunshine a year in the South of France, but the region covers a diverse area and the weather in South of France can vary considerably within its borders.
Which is warmer Brittany or Normandy
Brittany is warmer than Normandy (just) and even warmer than the UK (just). This winter we had one day with a light dusting of snow. The further south you go in Brittany the fewer the ex-pat Brits (and others), pretty much anywhere north of the N24 has ex-pats and ex-pat communities, down here there is almost nothing.
What is the wettest month in France
On average, the coolest month is January. May is the wettest month.
What do French people eat
An usual French lunch will include: an appetizer (une entrée), such as a mixed salad, soup, terrine or pâté; main course, (le plat principal), choice of beef, pork, chicken, or fish, with potatoes, rice, pasta and/or vegetables; cheese course (from a local selection) and/or a sweet.
What is the rainy season in France
Most rainy days are in January, November and December. On average, January is the most rainy. On average, August has the least rainy days.