Ferries to France: Great villages can be found in France08.04.2010
People taking ferries to france have a wide variety of picturesque towns and villages they can visit, according to one expert, who said that some play host to Hollywood stars once a year.
Carolyn Boyd, editor of France Magazine, told the Guardian"s travel blogger Tom Hall that destinations like Deauville can entertain families with wonderful beachfronts and great activities.
"They don"t mention the beach, but the coastal towns of Deauville and Trouville make a lovely family holiday destination and are just two hours from Paris by train," she told the writer.
Ms Boyd added that the Deauville American Film Festival brings big-name stars like Meryl Streep, Harrison Ford and Andy Garcia to the destination, which could interest ferry passengers.
The Guardian recommended holidaymakers take a trip to the Ile de Ré, which it says has fantastic accommodation and sights for all the family to enjoy on a 48-hour break from it all.
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