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Mostly dry and sunny not too hot like Spain or Portugal so you can out and travel on bikes.
The weather was stunning 24/7 - it didn't rain at all! The hottest day was about 32 Celsius; we went...
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We were in Ile De Re in June for 2 weeks. It was absolutley glorious weather, with one or two...
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The weather was lovely. It was hot yet not too hot with a gentle breeze. On a few days the...
Alongside with the Cote d'Azur; Ile de Re boasts being one of Frances most the sunniest regions. The typical climate is gentle, and the temperatures will almost certainly never drop below freezing point.
The sea is, of course, a major attraction here. There are swimming beaches galore, all with golden sand and calm waters.
Locals say that the Ile de Re has a special micro-climate. In summer it is wonderfully warm, without the overbearing heat of the south. And in spring and autumn it remains pleasant; perfect for enjoying outdoor leisureâs.
The Ile de Re has been rewarded with the benefits of a rather soft climate,, thanks in particular to its location in one of Franceâs most eastern points and the nearby Gulf Stream. Unlike other close by regions such as Hiver and Automne, Ile de Re experiences very little rain; in fact the Island is very sunny with an average of 2100 hours of sunshine per year. These characteristics are due to the fact that the relief is almost non-existent. In summer, heat is moderated by the presence of the sea and in addition, the island is sometimes called the âAtlantic Midiâ thanks to also the fauna and the flora. In winter, the temperatures stay rather soft, therefore is it very rare for snow to be seen.
During the long summer months, temperatures in the Ile de Re average over 30C; typically from July to August, bringing swarms of tourists to self catering Ile de Re properties.
Winter tends to be relatively shorter than summer and in comparison to most other northern European regions is relatively warm. Temperatures will generally only fall to 7C, maybe even 5C and once every three to four years the climate can drop to freezing point.
It can be generalised that throughout the year the Ile de Re enjoys an exceptionally mild and sunny climate. The warm air of the ocean wind will provide travellers with a blue sky as their greatest benefit, creating an enjoyable experience whether itâs summer, spring, autumn or winter.