Weather Averages for Nice in November
Averages for Nice in November
The rainy season continues in November, with the month experiencing the greatest rainfall on average for the entire year.
Although the temperatures are cooler than at other times of the year, they remain seasonably mild and pleasant.
Despite the rain, November can still be a lovely time to visit Nice, as the crowds of tourists the city attracts in the summer tend not to visit at this time of year.
The average temperature in Nice during this month is 11.5°C (53°F), which can reach highs of 16°C (61°F), and drop to an average minimum temperature of 9°C (48°F).
Nice sees on average 5 hours of sunshine per day during this month.
The average temperature of the sea is 61°C (16°F).
Nice sees an average rainfall of 117.3 mm during this month.
With all the cultural and historic attractions in Nice, including Monastère Notre Dame de Cimiez, Cathedrale Orthodoxe Russe St. Nicolasl and many museums and art galleries, you will never be short of entertainment during your time there.
Internationally renowned musicians gather in Nice in November to play the popular music festival Festival Manca.
Fans of wrestling may be pleased to hear that November is the time of the year when the Challenge de Lutte Henri Deglane comes to Nice. Some olympic champions come to Nice to compete for the prize in this prestigious, international wrestling competition.
If wrestling isn't one of your interests, though, then there's always the rock show. The Rock and Mineral Show may grab your attention, with rock enthusiasts coming together to buy, sell and trade. Geology rocks!
November events in Nice
All Saints' Day
1st November 2015
L’armistice de la Première Guerre Mondiale in France, is the commemoration of the end of World War I. It is a day of respect for veterans. Many families take this day to pay respects to their loves ones that have passed by visiting the graves and leaving flowers.
11th November 2015
All Saints’ Day is a public holiday in France with government offices, banks, shops and schools closed. Many people attend church services to celebrate All Saints’ Day.