The climate of Normandy (France)
Normandy is one of the rougher areas of France. The desert coast with
its chalk-cliffs battered by the waves can produce beautiful images.
Also the D-day beaches know a rough history. Normandy knows a large
difference in ebb- and high tide. In some places, for instance at St.
Michel, it can be as much as 16 meters. The weather in Normandy is
very much comparable to that in Holland, the temperature is somewhat
higher and it rains just a little less often there. The winters are
sometimes boisterous there but mostly mild and agreeable. The summers
are agreeable, also because of the constant seabreeze, but can
certainly not be called too warm, an excellent destination for an
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