Get away this spring, without the hassles and extra costs of flying

Enjoy up to three days in France from £119 and get your time away off to a great start with Brittany Ferries

Plymouth flagship sailings

Up to three days away from £139 return for car and two passengers

Cruise from Plymouth aboard Brittany Ferries’ flagship, Pont-Aven, and enjoy award-winning service and facilities before spending a few days in Brittany.

Itinerary:

Thursday: depart Plymouth 20:45, arrive Roscoff 08:00. Cruise overnight and make the most of the ship’s many facilities before retiring to your cabin. On arrival venture south to Quimper, or the coastal resorts of Carnac and Concarneau, or go east and discover the Pink Granite Coast.

Sunday: enjoy a choice of return day sailings to Plymouth.

Portsmouth high-speed services

Up to three days away from £119 return for car and two passengers

Speed across to Cherbourg daily from Portsmouth in just three hours and enjoy a few days exploring historic Normandy.

Example itinerary:

Thursday: depart Portsmouth 09:00, arrive Cherbourg 13:00. Visit the Bayeux Tapestry, Mont St Michel, the poignant D-Day beaches, or simply explore the Cotentin peninsular – all within an easy drive.

Sunday: depart Cherbourg 17:00, arrive Portsmouth 19:00.

Other itineraries available – see website for details.

Book online here or call 0871 244 0394, quoting 'Independent'.

Terms and conditions

Book by 30 April 2012 for travel until 12 July 2012. Travel exclusions: ex UK 31 May, 1, 2 and 14 June. Ex France 7 May, 9, 18 June. Additional charges apply for additional passengers, vehicles over 1.83m high and/or 6m long, trailers and caravans. Terms and Conditions apply including full payment at the time of booking. Amendment fees apply and bookings are non-refunadable in the event of cancellation. For full Terms and Conditions visit www.brittanyferries.com/independent. Promoter: Brittany Ferries

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