on a short break with your car
Make the most of May with a fantastic holiday to France. Pack your car with everything you need for the best family holiday.
Enjoy beautiful beaches, delicious local cuisine and incredible shopping as you explore country.
Now, if you book by the 15th April and travel up until 31st May, you'll receive £50 off your booking with a car. Just enter promo code ESCAPE50 at the checkout.
This is not an offer to be missed, but hurry- offer ends soon!
on a short break with your car
Reasons to travel with Condor Ferries
- Pack your car and go
- No luggage restrictions
- No airport hassle
- Travel in comfort and style
- Massive duty free savings onboard
*Subject to availability, exclusion dates listed apply. Offer valid for new return car bookings for Guernsey or Jersey to St Malo routes booked by 15 April 2019 quoting or entering the promotion code “ESCAPE50”. Valid for travel between 01 May and 31 May 2019. Excludes travel between Jersey and Guernsey. Valid for all vehicle types and for all journey durations. Excludes travel between Jersey to St Malo on 04 May (am), 24 May (pm) and 25 May (am). Excludes travel between Guernsey to St Malo on 03 & 24 May. Excludes travel between St Malo to Jersey on 12 May. Excludes group or day trip bookings. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Bookings made over the phone or at the port are subject to a £4 booking fee. Customers who amend their booking after the promotion ends to sailings where the offer doesn’t apply must pay the prevailing rate, which will not include the offer discount. For full terms see Condorferries.com
Top things to do in St Malo
The city’s streets are flanked by characterful homes, unique boutique shops, charming cafes, restaurants and bars.
Come close to a whole manner of marine life, from crabs to piranhas, to barracuda, rays and sharks. You can even enjoy a breath-taking walk through the underwater viewing tunnel.
Madeleine Shopping Centre is one of the best shopping centres in the Côte d’Emeraude.
From classic French fayre to sumptuous seafood, you’ll find fantastic food to suit every budget.
This imposing fortress stands sentinel above a maze of subterranean walkways and chambers. You’ll be able to tread its ancient ramparts and see St Malo from
a new perspective.
If you’re interested in Gothic and Romanesque architecture, then this impressive example is a rare treat, attracting visitors of all ages and interests. Standing proudly in the centre of the city, it was once the seat of the Bishop of St Malo.
This is St.Malo’s main sandy beach. It is a popular choice amongst visitors who choose to stay outside the walls of the city.
Beyond Grand Bé is the smaller island of Petit Bé which is still
accessible by foot at low tide.
The well-preserved Fort du Petit Bé, dating back to the reign of Louis XIV, was recently opened to visitors and contains cannons and an exhibition on tides.
The main reason tourists make the walk to Grand Bé is to see the
resting place of St-Malo's famous son, the French politician and romantic writer, Chateaubriand.