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Best Price Ferries to France

See France is your guide to getting to France for less, giving you more Euros to spend when you are over there. We help you compare cheap ferries to France from operators such as P&O and Brittany Ferries.

Ferry Provider UK
Port
French
Port
E / W Return Included
Passengers
 
P&O Ferries Review P&O Ferries Review Dover Calais from
£39.00
from
£48.00
up to
9
passengers

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P&O Daytrip + 6 bottles of wine from only £25 for a car +9 people!

MyFerryLink Review MyFerryLink Review Dover Calais from
£35.00
from
£49.00
up to
9
passengers

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DFDS Ferries Review DFDS Ferries Review Dover, Portsmouth, Newhaven Calais / Dunkirk, Le Havre, Dieppe from
£24.00
from
£35.00
up to
9
passengers

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Brittany Ferries Review Brittany Ferries Review Portsmouth / Poole / Plymouth

Caen / Cherbourg / Roscoff / Cherbourg / St Malo / Santander

from
£79.00
Day Trips from
£23.00
up to
2
passengers

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French Holidays By The Water

France has some spectacular coastline that can count themselves amongst the best in Europe. This means there are lots of opportunities for taking a holiday by the sea. If you travel to France’s North West coast you will find some delightful French coastal resorts that will have you reaching for your swim suit in seconds. Here are a few ideas if you want to take a French holiday by the water.


Glamorous Cannes

Are you thinking about visiting Cannes on a quick French getaway? Here is a short guide to this wonderful city. The central part of Cannes is actually quite compact, in fact the whole city is centered around the old port. You will probably be familiar with La Croisette which is the famous boulevard and beach that is always shown on television and extends to the east of the port, around the bay. But there is plenty more to Cannes than just this.


Bustling Calais

Calais lies on France’s northern coast and is a stunning beach resort in its own right. It is also a major port city with great links to the rest of France and Europe as a whole. The city is filled with a wide range of attractions, restaurants and shops which makes it a wonderful holiday destination for the family. It takes just 90 minutes by ferry from Dover and there are multiple crossings each day which makes it really convenient to get to.


Cahors Has Some Amazing Food And Sights To See

Cahors is the capital of Lot and is located in the very heart of the department which makes it perfect for exploring Quercy with its castles, medieval villages, vineyards and spectacular limestone cliffs that sit on the banks of the rivers Cele and Lot. In particular the town is famous for its medieval fortified bridge that was built during the 14th century and spans the Lot.


Caen Is A Wonderful Historical City

Caen is a very intriguing city. Not only does it serve as the capital city of Basse Normandy, but it is also the region’s largest city. Caen is a robust University and commercial centre and can trace its origin to before William the Conqueror. Caen was reconstructed following the Second World War and as a result it is a wonderful combination of old and new sights.

Caen is filled with some very beautiful and old half timbered houses, particularly if you travel along rue Vaugeux. There are also a number of well maintained green spaces and parks that make the town quite attractive. Every day a number of markets take place, with the main one occurring every Friday. If you want to visit the main shopping area, then you will need to head to the more modern part of the city, where you will find some fabulous restaurants and cafes as well.


 

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Budget Holiday Ideas For France

France is very close to the UK, so if you are thinking about renting a country cottage for a holiday and want value for money, French holiday cottages are a good idea. When most people think about a French country cottage, usually they picture open fires, quirky interiors and pretty gardens. Whilst that is all very typical of France, the rural holiday cottages of today have very often benefited from having been renovated with all the modern convenience combining both charm and comfort.


Great Places to Eat in Bordeaux

Bordeaux may be a region renowned worldwide for it’s wines, but their food selection is also top class too. After all, any area that offers the variety of vino that Bordeaux does, is sure to have a consummate palette for the finer things in life!


Secret Art Galleries in Paris

Fancy visiting some secret art galleries in Paris? Well, I say secret, I’m not the ONLY one who knows about these! But if you fancy heading of the well-worn tracks to the Louvre, and are up for seeing something a little different whilst in Paris, there’s a vast array of smaller galleries that might tickle your fancy.