Ferries to France near to brilliant region14.01.2010
People taking ferries to france are close to a region which offers one of the best weekends away on offer this year, according to one newspaper.
The Times reported on the attraction of Brittany and said it can provide a break that is ideal for all the family, especially those with young children.
"Camp sites in France never make any sense until you have children, when they become an invention of genius. At Les Deux Fontaines, the kids have a water park, a terrific beach and (most importantly) a huge gaggle of other kids to pal up with," it stated.
Trips are cheap as well, according to the newspaper, which said that a full family should not have to pay much more than £600 all in.
Attractions which can be visited by people taking ferries to France include the Musée de Poupées or Museum of Dolls in the historic town of Josselin in Brittany, which has a range of toys from around the world.
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