If you like to live life on two wheels, this is the offer for you!
Book a trip from the UK to the beautiful Channel Islands and enjoy £25 off* motorbike bookings with one passenger with promotional code MBIKE25.
There's so much waiting to be explored, so book to travel to any of our destinations, between 01 June and 31 July with code MBIKE25, and this offer can be yours!
Hurry, this offer ends 25th May 2019 so don't miss out! Book today and we'll see you onboard.
Reasons to travel with Condor Ferries
- No airport hassle
- Massive duty free savings on board
- Travel in comfort and style
Subject to availability, exclusion dates listed apply. Offer valid for new return bookings on all routes made between 21 May 2019 and 25 May 2019 quoting or entering the promotion code “MBIKE25”. Valid for travel between 01 June to 31 July 2019. Passengers with motorbikes only. Offer not applicable to groups of ten or more. Offer is not available on day trips. Valid with Frequent Traveller Discount. 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. Excludes travel in Liberation from Poole to Guernsey and Jersey on 01 & 29 June and 01&27 July 2019. Excludes travel in Rapide from Jersey to St Malo on 01 & 10 June and 20 July 2019; from Guernsey to St Malo on 24 May 2019; and from St Malo to Jersey on 01, 02 & 11 June 2019. Excludes travel in Clipper from Jersey and Guernsey to Portsmouth on 01, 12, 14 & 20 June 2019; between Guernsey and Jersey 07 & 12 June 2019. Customers who amend their booking to sailings where the offer doesn't apply must pay the prevailing rate, and all bookings amended after the promotion ends will pay the prevailing rate, which will not include the offer discount. THERE IS NO OPTION TO PRESERVE THE OFFER PRICE. For full terms and conditions see Condorferries.com.
Things to do during your trip
This characterful harbour town is brimming with charm. You’ll find quirky street cafés, craft shops, elegant boutique stores, bars and restaurants.
A spine-chilling reminder of WWII and the Nazi regime. The extraordinary tunnels, dug into the hillside by slave workers, now feature a collection of galleries detailing Jersey’s occupation.
Situated at the foot of Rocquaine Bay, Portelet Bay is a fine-grain, sandy beach that shoulders a pretty fishing harbour.
Award-winning, restored Victorian garden offers the best view across the harbour and over to Herm and Sark, along with a rare example of a late 19th century public flower garden.
The city’s streets are flanked by characterful homes, unique boutique shops, charming cafes, restaurants and bars.
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.