Where is warm in France in March?

The warmest place in France is the French Riviera coast in Southern France.

Is the South of France hot in March?

March begins to warm up as the days grow longer and by the middle of the month, spring is well on its way with average temps falling between 41-61°F (5-16°C). And with little rain, you can expect plenty of cloudless, sunny days, a precursor to what the south of France is known for: dry Mediterranean summers.

Is France rainy in March?

Rain is always a possibility in March, regardless of what part of the country you’re in. March in cities like Paris usually involves a lot of cloudy days and light showers, although you’ll hopefully see at least a few sunny days with spring weather.

What should I pack for France in March?

Pack for the weather It can rain at any time and our advice would be to pack a lightweight raincoat and small travel umbrella even in the summer. Winter – November, December, January, February and March – can be very cold so dress warmly, with layers, and take a warm smart coat, gloves, warm hat and scarf.

Can you swim in south France in March?

Late March is not really beach weather, even for just sun bathing. The air is quite chilly, and of course the water is strictly for sea otters. Try waiting a good month for creature comforts.

How do people in France dress in March?

What to wear in Paris Spring – The Bottoms

  1. Jeans. Literally, everyone in Paris wears Jeans – be it young, old, female, or male.
  2. Skirts.
  3. Warm Thermal stockings.
  4. Long-sleeved Turtleneck tops.
  5. Cute crop tops/ Or any nice Pattern top.
  6. Leather Jacket/ Low waist Bomber Jacket.
  7. Scarves.
  8. Long Overcoat/ Winter Coat/ French Coat.

What season is March in France?

Spring (March – May) A popular time of the year to visit the French capital, spring in Paris starts out chilly with daily highs of around 54°F (12°C) in March. By May the weather warms up to a very pleasant 68°F (20°C) – perfect for spending the day exploring the city’s beautiful gardens and parks.