Weather Averages for Brittany in January
Averages for Brittany in January
Brittany is in the northwest region of France. On the
north it is bordered by the English Channel, while the western side is bordered
by the Atlantic Ocean and Celtic
Sea. To the south is the Bay of Biscay. Its location provides four annual seasons,
with cool and warm temperatures depending on the time of year. Boasting beautiful beaches, forests, fine weather and great food and wine, Brittany is a popular holiday destination - especially pleasant in spring and summer.
January is particularly cool in Brittany, with an average temperature of 8C. Daily temperature lows are 5C, with a high of 10C. The sea water temperature is a cool 12C. Brittany tends to have a moist climate, with rainfall occurring all year round, although January is one of the rainiest times of year with an average of 17 days of rain and 54 mm total.
The Astropolis Festival is a winter event that brings excitement to both tourists and locals alike. It is the oldest electronic music festival in France, and a platform for fans to enjoy new music, go to workshops, visit clubs and discover the latest trends.
Brest is one of the biggest cities in Brittany and well worth a visit. While there, drop in to Oceanopolis for no less than 50 indoor aquariums showcasing three different climate zones: temperate, polar, and tropic. Ideal for families, there’s a variety of marine life and fish from local regions.
The Ibis Brest Kergaradec is ranked as one of the
better and most affordable hotels in Brest,
hotel offers breakfast, as well as an on site restaurant. It is an intimate hotel, but perfect for families, too. Hotel Abalys
in Brest offers
a great location and staff. This comfortable hotel is affordable and ranked
high among previous guests.