Where to Live when Moving to France?

When moving to France, you have the choice of a diverse range of places to live. The Parisian north or the Mediterranean south? The Alpine east or the Atlantic west? Continental France is divided into four climatic regions, so it is worth considering which climate would be most favourable to you before moving to France.

  • North – Temperate. Northern France, including Paris, has a temperate climate similar to that of southern England. It is characterised by warm summers, cold winters and rainfall throughout the year.
  • East – Continental. The summers are warm and the winters are harsh, with snow and frost likely.  The low rain fall tends to fall in summer when the region receives frequent thunderstorms.
  • South – Mediterranean. Rain is scarce during the summer but when it does rain it pours, often with storms.  Frost is rare, but periods of cold windy weather can occur in late spring, brought about by the famous northerly ‘Mistral’ wind.
  • West – Oceanic. The western coast, from the Loire valley to the Pyrenees, is milder and summer days are generally very hot, while winters are rarely very cold.

Whilst it is, of course, essential to decide where exactly you plan to go when moving to France, it is also highly important to shop around for a professional, reliable and good-value removals company. Based in London for easy access, we at Europe Remove can provide removal services catered to the individual and their needs, as we work with flexibility and the customer’s satisfaction in mind.

Moving to France has never been easier than with Europe Remove, as we provide a cheap, door-to-door service that sees the customer’s removals being taken care of from start to finish – wherever in France you decide to live. With fully comprehensive insurance and the offering of a packing and packaging supply, we are undoubtedly one of the most secure services to utilise.