Weather Averages for Bergerac in June
Averages for Bergerac in June
Travellers looking for the absolute best in holiday dining should look no further than Bergerac. Located in south west France, the compact town is famous for its many gourmet restaurants, as well as its world renowned wine production. It’s a perfect place for a bit of all round indulgence.
Temperatures in Bergerac is June are particularly pleasant, and this month marks the start of the tourist season. Highs of 23 degrees celsius are usual, with lows of around 12 degrees during the night.
Rainfall is moderate in June in Bergerac, but does finally show signs of easing for the summer. There’s around 68mm of precipitation at this time of year, although the wet days become the minority.
The Grima Laurent Cave is located just south of the Dordogne River and is one of the most famous wine caves in the region. The fascinating tour detailing the winemaking process specific to this particular cave is one of the main draws for visitors, along with the tasting session, of course. If anything tickles the fancy, all wines are available to purchase from the shop at the end of the tour.
The French Buffalo Grill restaurant chain has a venue in Bergerac, serving up steaks and ribs. Adults can enjoy a range of fun and exotic cocktails, while kids can order off the children’s menu where all meals come with a little surprise to keep the little ‘uns entertained during dinner.
The 3* Verotel Hôtel offers luxurious accommodation at budget prices. Rooms accommodate up to 4 guests and cost from just £49 per night. A buffet breakfast is served each morning for £6, but for a little bit of holiday indulgence, order a room service breakfast for just £2 extra. There’s a swimming pool and terrace onsite, along with 3 lounges for relaxing.