Reasons to Board a Ferry to France

 
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5 Reasons to Take a Ferry to France

France remains a popular destination amongst British tourists. With its warm, friendly atmosphere and with much to offer for tourists it comes as no surprise. For those who have yet to experience France, here is a quick list of why you should make it your next trip:

Food
France is renowned for its cuisine. Tastes of the highest levels; fresh fruit, vegetables, fish and seafood taste better in France! Frogs legs, snails and foie gras are popular specialities amongst tourists, but whatever you choose to eat in France you are sure to enjoy.

Wine
Being the largest producer in the world, France know a thing or two about their wine. Top quality wines are produced in several regions throughout France. Burgundy and Bordeaux are two of the most popular choices, but whichever you decide to taste you won't go wrong!

Shopping
The capital city, Paris is a shopper's heaven. As well as their popular bakeries and fresh food street markets, France have a host of supermarkets, department stores and the usual you would expect in any western country. France has a lot to offer and you will be sure to go on a shopping trip or two once you are there.

Art
The French love their art museums. The Louvre, d'Orsay and the Palais de Tokyo are all popular destinations. Many visitors to France often check out the artworks in the numerous museums around.

Cheap Ferries
Travelling from the south of England you can find many cheap ferry deals all year around to France. With several starting points including Portsmouth, Poole, Weymouth and Dover you can make a short journey across to France, arriving at Le Havre, St Malo, Cherbourg, Calais or wherever your trip takes you, all at a reasonable or cheap price.

Why not take a ferry to France today and enjoy what France has to offer you?

Ferry to France offers free information and guides for ferry services and destinations, and their site offers a booking engine for all of the major ferry companies.