Like all the communes of the Charente Maritime, Romegoux enjoys an oceanic climate with relatively mild winters and warm temperate summers. Its 1900 hours of sunshine and its 20 ° C of summer average; Its diverse landscape, between rolling plains, fields, forests, marshes and streams, make Romegoux a territory conducive to the development of many animal and plant species.
On the flora side, the peculiar climate in the Charente Maritime, dry and sunny summers, mild winters and humid winters, led to the establishment of Mediterranean-type vegetation, which cohabits with more continental and oceanic vegetation. According to a 2011 report from the Environment Observatory, no fewer than 17 species of orchids have been identified as well as 6 varieties of messenger plants (Messicultural plants, such as the poppy, grow mainly in cultivated fields or territories, Occasionally in fallows, roadsides …). Reviews for amateurs!
The region is home to many animal species, some of which are remarkable and of heritage interest, both locally and internationally. The presence of many natural areas, especially in the humid zone, makes it a holiday resort appreciated by many amphibians. No less than 6 species have been recorded in the municipality. Among them: the common toad, and the southern frog.