Monte Carlo Weather August Averages, Monaco

What's The Weather Like In Monte Carlo In August

August weather sees the highest sea temperatures of the year, and it is apparent from the many couples wandering along the promenade, the occupied lounge chairs on Larvotto beach and the crowded cocktail hours at every terrace in Monte Carlo. Not to mention the many yachts smoothly sailing in and out of Port Hercules every day of this month.

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    Monte Carlo Weather for August 2019

    What's The Weather Like In Monte Carlo In August

    August weather sees the highest sea temperatures of the year, and it is apparent from the many couples wandering along the promenade, the occupied lounge chairs on Larvotto beach and the crowded cocktail hours at every terrace in Monte Carlo. Not to mention the many yachts smoothly sailing in and out of Port Hercules every day of this month.

    Temperature

    Even at the height of summer, Monte Carlo is far from sweltering hot. A costal town known for consistently mild weather, August is no different. A pleasant temperature of 24°C (75°F) is the average throughout the month – a welcomes relief to Europeans on holiday at this Riviera paradise.

    Visitors can expect high and low temperatures similar to those in July, with average high temperatures of 26°C (79°F) and average low temperatures of 22°C (72°F).

    Sea Temperature

    August is the ideal time for a dip in the Mediterranean Sea. The average sea temperatures reach 24°C (75°F). The calm Mediterranean Sea water is warm, but refreshing as the summer reaches its peak and Monte Carlo enjoys its peak of tourism. While the sea is warm, it can still be cold at deeper depths, and visitors planning to dive or snorkel may still want a wet suit.

    Sunshine Hours

    These are the slow days of the summer holiday. August days are long in Monte Carlo. An average of 13 hours sunshine often ends with visitors and locals slowly moving from the beach to sip wine and sparkling along the waterfront or on hotel terraces.

    Rain

    Like most of the year in Monte Carlo, precipitation is rare in August. Monte Carlo receives a very small amount of rain, at an average 22 mm, throughout the month. What little rain does fall is usually on two or three days of the month, with August having an average of only 2 rain days.

    Monte Carlo Hotels In August

    Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monte Carlo

    August is hot in Monte-Carlo. The entire country of France appears to be on holiday, the French Riviera is packed with tourists and the temperatures are high. August is the month to be near the sea, and at Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monte Carlo, a guest could hardly be closer.

    Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monte Carlo offers its guests use of an exclusive, private beach for soaking up the sun and all the indulgence Monte Carlo has to offer. While located near the nightlife and hedonism of central Monte Carlo, Le Meridien Beach Plaza Monte Carlo also offers spa and relaxation services sure to bring serenity and calm to any holiday. This hotel is ideal for a romantic getaway, honeymoon or special occasion.

    Monte-Carlo Beach

    Another beachfront option is the historic and smart Monte-Carlo Beach. The hotel is ideally located in the heart of Monte Carlo, yet it is the sea views that steal the show. The crystal blue water of the Mediterranean Sea glistens just outside many of the guest rooms, and it is recommended that visitors request a sea view when booking at Monte-Carlo Beach. However, Monte-Carlo Beach's private beach makes any stay at this luxury property relaxing and unforgettable.

    In addition to the stunning views and close proximity to the sea, the Monte-Carlo Beach goes above and beyond to provide impeccable service. The friendly staff works tirelessly to give each guest an individual and memorable experience.

    Monte Carlo Beaches In August

    Monte Carlo Beach Club

    Visitors to Monte Carlo in August must take advantage of the superb Mediterranean water, and the Monte Carlo Beach Club ensures there is an activity to suit any taste or interest. Whether it is relaxation or exhilaration that a visitor is after, the Monte Carlo Beach Club can deliver. Discover Monte Carlo from above by parasailing, take to the sea for a day of boating or simply relax near the pool.

    August is peak season in Monte Carlo, and it is a good bet that most people will spend their days tanning on Larvotto Beah or aboard a yacht in the Mediterranean Sea. As such, both the beach and port can become crowded and congested. Those hoping for a bit of peace and quiet should plan early morning outings to avoid the largest crowds

    Bars And Resturants

    Las Brisas

    August sees a number of restaurants become increasingly popular and the bars of Monte Carlo overflow with crowds sipping sparkling champagne and cocktails. Certain places are only worth visiting during the summer season, and then there are places that are only open during the high season. Las Brisas at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort is open in July and August for outdoor summer dinning along the sea. Brunch is offered every Sunday in July and August and dinner offered on Friday evenings.

    Saphir 24

    The Fairmont Hotel boasts sea views from many angles, but none more dramatic than those offered from its restaurant Saphir 24. Saphir 24 is busy day and night as it serves as a restaurant, bar and lounge all in one. Breakfast is also served to guests and non-guests of the hotel. The dress code is smart casual, yet the atmosphere remains relaxed.

    La Rascasse

    Those seeking a big night out in Monte Carlo need look no farther than La Rascasse. La Rascasse is renowned for late night revelry that doesn't stop until the sun comes up. Glitter, glitz and a dance floor full of hard-partying customers, La Rascasse offers the quintessential Monte Carlo night out. Despite the 5:00 AM last call, the terrace at La Rascasse opens early at 4:00 PM for cocktails, hosts a post beach party at 8:30 PM and serves dinner until the DJs begin to spin and the pumping music heats things up on the dance floor.

    Things To Do In Monte Carlo In August

    Ski Vol/Princesse Antoinette Park

    Monte Carlo is known as the quintessential adult playground, but there are a number of activities for the entire family. The water sport experts at Ski Vol have a trampoline area exclusively for kids, in addition to offering family fun activities such as water-tubing, and Princesse Antoinette Park has a mini-golf course open until midnight during the summer months.

    Chocolaterie de Monaco

    For something sweeter, take the whole family to Chocolaterie de Monaco, located in the old town of Monaco.

    The Monte Carlo Tennis Club

    Those who tire of the beach are still able to enjoy the Monte Carlo sunshine in a number of different ways. The Monte Carlo Tennis Club welcomes non-members with an advanced booking. Located within the Monte Carlo County Club, the Tennis Club has clay courts and a mini court available for use of advanced players and beginners.

    Monte-Carlo Golf Course

    To give a round of 18 a go, there is the Monte-Carlo Golf Course. The well-appointed course opened back in 1911, and is still an exceptional course in a beautiful location near Monte Carlo.

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