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The Weather in Clermont-Ferrand
You can see our climate diagram above. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Clermont-Ferrand, with temperatures falling below -1°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is August.
Book accommodation in Clermont-Ferrand for a fun holiday full of cheese wheels and volcanoes
Clermont is a jewel in the crown of the French Auvergne region. Your holiday accommodation will be surrounded by a belt of 80 volcanoes, stretching for 40 kilometres. The town's historic centre boasts a spectacular and unusual cathedral in the midst of medieval streets. Clermont is also home to the world's leading short film festival.
Clermont, France's cheese capital
Clermont's cheese is legendary. The Auvergne department is responsible for some of the finest varieties in all of France. Tuck into local Saint Nectaire, Bleu d'Auvergne and Cantal.
Breakfast at La Boulangerie Du Port, where a smile earns you an extra pain au chocolat. Don't forget to make the pilgrimage to the city's oldest crêperie, which is named after the date of its construction in 1513.
Discover Clermont's black lava stone cathedrals
The pitch black cathedral in the historic centre of Clermont is its most recognisable attraction. It dates from the 13th century and is constructed from volcanic rock sourced from the environs of the city. Why not have a well-priced pint in front of the sacred site? Place de la Victoire is filled with bars.
Music, theatre and film festivals animate the streets and venues of Clermont throughout the year. The city is home to over 800 artistic groups. Look out for the UNESCO protected basilica of Notre-Dame du Port. The building's Romanesque architecture lends it a calming ambiance.
The Tourist Office organises thematic tours several times a day. Picnickers and graceful white birds swan about at the picturesque Jardin Lecoq in town. Magnolias, tulip trees and giant stones adorn the parkland. A 25-minute walk from the city centre, Parc Montjuzet boasts vistas overlooking the mountains.
Venture further afield to Vulcania which combines entertainment with ecology. In the heart of the Auvergne mountain range, the amusement park is full of rides and attractions that are both pedagogical and fun.
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