Geographically Les Gets is in the Central European Time zone. This means that it is one hour ahead of British time. When Daylight Savings are in place (from the last Sunday in March till the last Sunday in October) the time moves one hour forward.

Sunrise and Sunset Times

At the beginning of January the sunrise takes place at approximately 8:15 AM and sets just before 5:00 PM, giving just over eight and a half hours of daylight. By January the days have started getting longer. By the end of the month sunrise is at about 8:00 AM and sunset is at about 5:40 PM, giving approximately nine hours and forty minutes of daylight. The average amount of daylight throughout January is around nine hours forty minutes a day.

February starts in much the same as January ended, with around nine hours and forty minutes of sunlight. By the end of the month sunrise is around 7:15 AM and sunset is at about 6:15 PM, with about eleven hours of daylight. February averages about ten hours twenty minutes of daylight.

March begins with slightly longer days than February, with sunrise getting to around 6:30 AM by the latter half of the month and over twelve hours of daylight, with sunset around 6:40 PM. However, on the last Sunday of the month the country moves to Central European Summer Time with clocks moving forward by an hour. By the end of the month, therefore, sunrise is around 7:15 AM and sunset is around 8:00 PM, with twelve hours and forty five minutes of daylight.

April has an average of around thirteen and a half hours of daylight a day, with this figure moving up to fourteen hours and fifteen minutes by the end of the month, with sunrise at 6:20 AM and sunset at 8:40 PM.

By mid May there is around fifteen hours of daylight a day, with an average sunrise time of approximately 6:00 AM and sunset at 9:00 PM. By the end of the month sunrise is fifteen minutes earlier and sunset fifteen hours later, meaning fifteen and a half hours of daylight per day.

June has the longest day of the year, with around fifteen hours and forty five minutes of daylight on the 21st, with sunrise occurring around 5:40 AM and sunset at about 9:25 PM. After this the days slowly start to shorten.

By the end of July sunrise is at about 6:15 AM and sunset is at about 9:00 PM, giving around fourteen hours and forty five minutes of daylight.

August averages about fourteen hours of daylight, with sunrise at about 6:40 AM and sunset at about 8:40 PM. By the end of the month sunrise is at approximately 6:50 AM and sunset is at about 8:10 PM, providing thirteen hours and twenty minutes of daylight.

September averages about twelve and a half hours of daylight a day, with sunrise at about 7:10 AM and sunset at about 7:40 PM.

For most of October the average amount of daylight is between ten and a half and eleven hours a day, with sunrise around 7:50 AM and sunset around 6:45 PM. However, by the end of the month the clock has reverted to Central European Time, thereby going back an hour. By the end of the month sunrise occurs around 7:15 AM and sunset at about 5:20 PM, meaning ten hours and five minutes of daylight.

November averages nine hours twenty minutes of daylight a day, dropping to below nine hours by the end of the month - with sunrise at 7:55 AM and sunset at 4:50 PM.

December features the shortest day of the year, around the 21st of the month, with sunrise at about 8:15 AM and sunset at about 4:45 PM - eight and a half hours of daylight. After this the days slowly begin getting longer once again.