Weather forecast for the Voie de Vézelay (Nevers) in March

Forecast settings

Start date
Mar 1
Start town
End date
Apr 8
End town
metric (°C, mm, km)

Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
919 km
Daily distance
23.6 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
2.3 mm/day

When walking from Voie de Vézelay through Nevers, travelers can expect different weather since it passes through Central France. In March the start is pretty cold, with an average high of 10°C and a low around 2°C in areas like Vézelay and Anthien. You'll often see rain and clouds during this time, and sometimes even snow.

As you go through towns such as Saint-Révérien and Prémery, the weather gets a bit warmer in March, but it also rains more. There are sunny days too, and the weather gets warmer as you approach areas like Ainay-le-Château and Saint-Amand-Montrond, with average highs around 12°C.

In places like Bénévent-l'Abbaye and Le Pont du Dognon, the weather gets even warmer, with an average high of 14°C. There can still be lots of clouds and rain, making the weather unpredictable.

Towards the end, as you pass through towns like Douville and Bergerac, it starts to feel like spring, with average temperatures between 15°C and 18°C. Even though there are more sunny days, it can still rain, so always be ready for this.

So, the weather on the Voie de Vézelay route is typical for early spring in Central France. It gets warmer, but there are cloudy and rainy days too.

Most common weather types on your Camino

Ordered by niceness. Click on wedge for more info.

Loading chart...
Loading stages...

Comparing weather across different Caminos?

Want to share this forecast?

Looking for inspiration to pick your Camino?

Browse our overviews for the...

Looking for a weather forecast for a different Camino?

Loading caminos...

Want to leave some feedback?

Would you like me to add a new feature to the app? Or did you notice that something isn't working the way it should? Please Let me know!