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Normandy climate: when to go to Normandy?

Normandy falls within the area of France with an oceanic climate, characterized by relatively mild winters along the coast, with temperatures varying between 6°C/8°C (average maximum in January) and 1°C/2°C (average minimum January), but colder inland. Summers are generally cool and humid, with average maximum temperatures between 22°C and 23°C in August, and average minimum temperatures of 12°C in July ...

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Normandy: the coasts of the tide and the landing of the allies

Normandy is a historical region of northern France, today divided between the two administrative regions of Upper Normandy (Haute-Normandie) and Lower Normandy (Basse-Normandie). The region that overlooks the English Channel to the north, and to which the Channel Islands also historically belong, today part of the United Kingdom, is bordered to the south-west by Brittany, to the south by the ...

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