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Languedoc's weather varies hugely from month to month, so having good information on Languedoc's weather and knowing what it will be like at a certain time of the year can be crucial if you're planning a visit here. The winters are quite long and very cold, and with tourists gone life can seem very slow and quiet (especially in those villages and towns with lots of holiday homes). Not much goes on. It is, however, very sunny and bright, and if you're looking to get away from northern Europe's low grey skies and wet air, then Languedoc is a good alternative. Just don't expect to be able to sunbathe.


Between March and May, everything comes to life, including Languedoc's villages and towns. Fetes start, and the farmers get busier. This is a great time to hunt for property, as it's not too hot.


Summer is hot, with heatwaves quite common. It's a good season if you just want to come to swim and relax - but the coastal areas get really swamped with tourists - causing huge traffic jams. The heat can also mean sleeping is difficult, with temperatures hovering around 30 degrees all night.During heatwaves, the sea and lakes get very warm - and far less refreshing. But summer is when Languedoc is most alive, with lots of concerts and fetes, including Beziers famous Feria.


Autumn is a riskier time to visit. Septemeber and October can bring rain storms that last for days on end. Not much fun. That said, with the vine turning orange, most days in Autumn are gloriously beautiful, with the weather far more comfortable and still warm enough to swim until mid October.


Languedoc Weather Information: Month by month


January Very cold and bright. Some rain. Morning frost. Snow on higher ground. Villages and towns are pretty dead.
Temp: 1-9°C   Rain: 58mm
February Very cold - but still bright. First blossoms - Mimosa and Almond - late in the month. A few fêtes begin.
Temp: 1-12°C   Rain: 30mm
March An erratic mix of very cold and almost warm. Windier, rainier. Plants start to bud - and villages and towns start to wake up.
Temp: 5-15°C   Rain: 70mm
April Warm, but a little wet. Beautiful - with flowers everywhere. Some cold days. More fêtes. More restaurants open.
Temp: 8-17°C   Rain: 58mm
May Gorgeous - flowers galore. Fields crowded with poppies. Warm enough to swim by late May. Tourist season begins - slowly. Asparagus season.
Temp: 10-21°C   Rain: 45mm

Quite hot, with less and less rain. Hillsides are covered with oceans of yellow broom. Beaches still not too crowded. Villages more lively. Cherry season.
Temp: 12-25°C   Rain: 30mm

July Sweltering and very dry. Not much wind. Countryside getting less pretty. Air less clear. Coastal regions heaving with tourists. Peach & melon season.
Temp: 16-28°C : Rain: 20mm
August First half very hot. Suddenly gets cooler in the 2nd half - with more clouds and wind. The coast still heaving. Lots of activities & events.
Temp: 17-27°C   Rain: 40mm
September Warm and bright. Still hot enough to swim. Grapes harvested. Sudden rain storms. Tourists suddenly dry up - much calmer.
Temp: 13-23°C   Rain: 98mm
October Warm and windy, and still very sunny. Some downpours lasting days at a time. Vines turn gorgeous shades of orange. Glorious for walks.
Temp: 9-20°C   Rain: 95mm
November Warm to cool - very bright. Some rain and wind. Leaves start dropping. Vines at their most beautiful - gorgeous seas of red and orange. Villages and towns start to get quiet.
Temp: 5-16°C   Rain: 70mm
December Cool, then cold. But very sunny. Less rain and wind. Christmas lunch outside isn't unheard of! Villages & towns quite quiet.
Temp: 2-11°C   Rain: 60mm





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