Posted on 30 March 2009 by Dan Johnson
The cost of travelling to France in August has just got cheaper. We have launched savings of up to 50% on ferry crossings with Brittany Ferries and on Wednesday (April 1) we launch more discounts with P&O.
The savings are only available to siblu customers and include a £72 discount on Brittany Ferries’ Fastcraft sailings from Portsmouth to Caen and Poole to Cherbourg, which are both now available from £108, down from £180 (based on a car and up to five passengers, for early morning weekend departures in August).
Brittany Ferries’ Fastcraft sailing from Cherbourg to Portsmouth, on the 20:30 weekend service in August, is now half the cost, with travel from just £90, saving the same amount.
For short crossings, we will reduce weekend P&O Dover to Calais ferries to just £15 each way for a car and up to five passengers, for sailings from 24 July to 22 August. Previously, they cost £23 each way.
These are incredible family prices and, unlike the budget airlines, there are no hidden extras, excess baggage charges or costly check-in fees. If you want to travel abroad, then France truly is the cheapest foreign country to get to.