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France tourist resorts and cities can be roughly divided into 13 areas, which differ in terms of climate. These are Corsica, Provence, Brittany, Normandy, Acquitaine, West France, Central France, North France, Alsace, Occitania, Langedouc-Rousillon, Alps, South central France. The selection of these regions covers the most visited areas according to our surveys, on the other hand, there could be nice places to see also outside of our selected regions.
Corsica is the region with the highest temperatures in France. During July - August day temperatures of 28.7 °C (83.7 °F) - 28.8 °C (83.9 °F) are expected.
On the other hand, the climate of Alps is coldest with temperatures between 3.0 °C (37.4 °F) - 4.2 °C (39.6 °F) during the months of December - February.
The highest sea temperatures in France could be found in Corsica, where the sea temperature in July - September will be around 22.5 °C (72.5 °F) - 24.4 °C (75.9 °F).
The least cloudy region in France is Provence with 70 % of sunshine a day during its sunniest months June - August.
The region with the most sun hours (without clouds) during a day is Provence, which enjoys 10 hours in June - August.
France has the windiest region and it is Brittany with an average level of wind 6.4 during December - March.
During the night and the morning, the region with the highest temperature is Corsica, which has night temperatures between 20.3 - 20.4 in the period of July - August.
Regions with just a few days of precipitation, which means regions with a dry climate, are following: Langedouc-Rousillon.