Weather Averages for Bergerac in July
Averages for Bergerac in July
With beautiful summer weather, short flight times direct from the UK, and a lively town centre with plenty of attractions for both kids and adults, it’s no wonder Bergerac is one of the top tourist destinations in France. The town is located on the picturesque bank of the Dordogne River.
Weather-wise, July is one of the best times to visit Bergerac. It’s one of the hottest months of the year, with temperatures reaching around 26 degrees celsius and rarely dropping below 14 degrees. Best of all, the increased heat doesn’t tend to bring increased humidity.
July is also the driest month of the year in Bergerac, although with 50mm of rainfall on average and around 10 rainy days during the month, it’s certainly not guaranteed to be all blue skies.
Make the most of Bergerac’s driest month by spending some time outdoors with the whole family. Aquapark Juniorland is ideal for the young and the young at heart. The water park boasts four pools with a range of activities including swimming, slides and gentle watersports. There’s canoeing on the Dordogne River as well as mountain biking in the surrounding forest. This is one of Bergerac’s most popular attractions during the summer months.
Those missing the local pub at home will fit right in at Le Cafe du Coin. Part coffee shop, part sports bar, part dingy local, visitors can enjoy a pint while challenging friends to a game of pool or watching the match on the big screen. The taster plates are ideal for a mid-afternoon snack.
Stay at the Hotel de France for £55 per night. Located in the heart of Bergerac’s old town, the rooms here feature private balconies or terraces and there’s an onsite swimming pool (and pool bar) for relaxation. Breakfast is included in the dining room each morning, or request breakfast in bed for some added luxury.