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Brittany Ferries

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  • Day Trips : From £23
  • Each Way Fare : From £79

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Crossing Information

  • Ferry Crossing InformationPassengers Per Car : Up to 9 (base price includes 2)
  • UK & Ireland Ports : Portsmouth, Plymouth, Poole & Cork
  • Destination Ports in France :Roscoff, Caen, Cherbourg, St. Malo, Santander, Santander.
  • Check-in Information : 45 minutes and prior to departure (90 mintues with pets when returning)
Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries sail from a wide number of ports both in the UK and France giving you more choice and less traveling time.

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Why Brittany Ferries?

As many companies concentrate on the Dover to Calais route, Brittany Ferries offer you the ability to travel to and from :

Brittany Ferries are the perfect company for those that live in the South of England, and also those that would like to reach the warmer climates of South Eastern France and Northern Spain.

Brittany Ferries Holidays & Breaks

Brittany ferries offers a range of holidays and breaks throughout France and Spain. These include a great selection of accommodation, including :

Not to mention theme park breaks, car and motorcycle tours and golf holidays for the more adventurous and sporty.

Brittany Ferries Information

First formed 38 years ago, Brittany Ferries was actually first set up to mostly transport vegetables from Roscoff to Plymouth. French farming companies still own a majority share in the business, but obviously things have changed slightly from the first vegetable runs! Brittany Ferries now operates one of the most modern fleets on the Channel, and accounts for over 50% of the traffic on the Western Channel.

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