Weather Averages for Brittany in July
Averages for Brittany in July
July is one of the warmest months to spend in Brittany, France. Temperatures during the evening may require a light coat for those who get cold easily, but during the day temperatures can reach 21C. Even the sea water temperature has started to climb towards a more reasonable 18C. Swimming along the Emerald Coast is best during the afternoon when the temperatures are at their highest.
July is a perfect month to enjoy Brittany’s numerous cultural festivals. You have the Fesitval de Cornouaille located in Quimper, Vieilles Charrues Music Festival in Carhaix, and the Fetes Maritimes de Brest for a good start. In 2012 there were over ten different festivals spread throughout the resort region, including the Tombees de la Nuit; a music and theatre festival.
In you decide to be in Finistere for some of the July festivals be sure to stop by the Breton fishing port. This town has one of the most traditional fishing ports of the Breton area. Tourist cruises out to sea provide a different look at Brittany, as well as taking in islands within the area. Quiberon in Brittany is well worth a visit. Quiberon stands on the isthmus, which stretches out into the gulf of Morbihan and offers a small town, port, beaches, and cruises to the island.
Finistere has over 200 hotels nearby, such as Hotel le Brittany. Whether you want a location on the coast with a beach to enjoy or something inland to be near the festivals and events, you can find it here. Various prices cater for all budgets.