A Taste Of Brittany & St Malo
6 Days Away
We take a trip to Northern Brittany to visit the beautiful shores of North West France, a traditionally Celtic region with a strong sense of identity to match the scenic villages and towns that populate the rural regions. You can look forward to the hospitable nature of the North Brittany’s climate and culture.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
• Coach travel with reserved seating on your holiday coach
• Overnight sailings on board P&O North Sea Ferries on a cabin only basis
• Three nights on a dinner, bed and continental breakfast basis at the Inter-Hotel Au Chene Vert, Saint Brieuc
• All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
• Boat trip from St Malo to Dinard
• Visit to Dinan.
We are pleased to offer a special ‘Meal Deal’ including five course buffet dinner and full breakfast on the outward and return journey for only £58 per person!
Your Included Itinerary
St. Malo is the biggest town in Brittany, once the home of pirates and privateers this town has cleaned up its act to become a pretty coastal town on the channel crossing. Whilst the original citizens were less than charming, we can assure you that as you walk these cobbled streets and visit the traditional shops you’re sure to be greeted with a smile.
Across from St. Malo is the town of Dinan separated by the mouth of the river Rance. Said to be the most British part of Brittany, the sandy beaches and lush open space were once the most popular destination in France for British and American tourists. This home away from home is real treat, for anyone looking for a slice of familiarity abroad.
Arguably one of Brittany’s prettiest towns the well preserved traditional buildings and winding streets are enough to transport you back to a simpler time. The old town of Dinan is beautifully built with half timbered houses and quaint settings, but that’s not to say it hasn’t kept up with modern times, providing a number of shops, restaurants and bars all for your pleasure.
European Holiday Insurance - tailored for you!Insurance
We require you to take out some form of holiday insurance when travelling on this holiday. You are able to purchase a travel insurance policy through National Holidays, further details are available by clicking on the 'Read more' link below. If you prefer, you may take out alternative holiday insurance but we will require you to provide us with details of the insurance policy and cover.
If you are a British citizen then you must bring your passport with you. If you are not a British citizen you should check via your own embassy whether you require a visa.
Please note: If you are travelling to Ireland, a passport is not required however we advise bringing a valid form of Photo ID such as a passport or a driving license.
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