Day Trip To Brittany - 5th July - A2B Coach & Minibus Travel

5th July 2018 Overnight Ferry Day Trip to Brittany, Brest and Morlaix

For the low price of just £75 pp

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The Schedule

1. Depart Truro, Thursday 5th July at 6pm for 8:45pm Ferry sailing from Plymouth to Roscoff. 2. Arrive Roscoff Friday 6th July at 8am. 3. Arrive Brest at 9:30am. 4. Free time 9:30am – 11:30am. 5. Depart Brest for Morlaix Hypermarket shopping OR a visit to Morlaix town centre. 6. Depart Morlaix at 2pm for Roscoff via ‘Red Cash’ the Wine & Beer Warehouse. 7. Ferry Departs 4pm from Roscoff, arriving Plymouth at 9:30pm.

Price Includes:

> All Return Coach & Ferry Costs > Private 2 Berth Cabin (en-suite) on Brittany Ferries flagship ‘Pont Aven’ (£20 Single supplement applies) > Air-Conditioned Coach with DVD

The ‘Pont Aven’

The MV ‘Pont Aven’ is a cruise ferry operated by Brittany Ferries. She was built at Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany and has been sailing for Brittany Ferries since March 2004. She is the current Brittany Ferries flagship. With 10 decks, she can hold 2,415 passengers and 600 vehicles. The Pont Aven has numerous bars, restaurants and activity areas, that cater for all ages.


Things to do in Brest…

Brest is a port city in Brittany, in Northwestern France, bisected by the Penfeld rivers. It’s known for its rich maritime history and naval base.

At the mouth of the Penfeld, overlooking the harbor, is the National Naval Museum, housed in the medieval Chateau de Brest. Across the river, stands Tour Tanguy, a medieval tower.

To the northeast, are the National Botanical Conservatory, and the Oceanopolis aquarium.


Morlaix in Brittany is a medieval town famous for its 19th century viaduct, charming 16th century half-timber houses and the beautiful Bay of Morlaix.

You can go shopping in the picturesque streets and discover all kinds of market stalls, little boutiques and other charming shops, all under the shadow of the towering viaduct.

The signature dish of the area, found in many of Morlaix’s restaurants’, is ‘Kig Ha Farz’, a homely dish of several different meats such as ham hock, bacon, sausage and beef, served with leeks, cabbage, carrot and a buttery sauce known as lipig. Enjoy with a glass of local cidre (cider).

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01872 272989 now


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