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Weather in Deauville

A contrasting atmosphere between animation and calm, a diversified landscape, a preserved culture … Deauville is one of the most in fashion seaside resorts of Normandy.

Of course, it is the holiday destination par excellence, but you should not go there at any time. Actually, it is advisable to take into account the climate factor to take full advantage of your holidays.

For those who wish to enjoy water activities, it is best to go there  between June and September. During this period, the weather is favorable for swimming. Indeed, between 19 ° C and 22 ° C stated on the thermometer, the sun is a faithful friend offering to the sea and the whole municipality  an exceptionally pleasant temperature.

Of course, the high season is in July and August. All activities related to the beach and the sea will be available during these two months. So you can go sailing, kayaking or even surfing. Moreover, the rainy days are less frequent, which will allow you to enjoy every moment you spend in the town.

May and June are perfect for those who do not want to mingle with the crowd. Of course, the weather is not as good as in the high season, but the ambient temperature is always between 16 ° C and 19 ° C. This also applies to September and October, with some showers and cloudy weather.

With a generally grey sky, the interval between November and April is more suitable for tourists who go there more for cultural visits and walks on the floorboard  than to go swimming in the sea. Windy rains fall on more than half of the low season. However, the cords of Mother Nature also bring out the picturesque side of Deauville, making of it the perfect town  for a short stay with your  lover, strolling in the damp alleyways of the city.