Ferries to France: Brittany offers brilliant holidays11.01.2010
People who take ferries to france will anchor near a region which offers tourists with an option to have a brilliant holiday, according to one newspaper who claimed that a visit to Brittany is well worth.
The Daily Telegraph reported on the range of options that are open to people who take channel ferries across the popular northern region.
"White sails snapping in ozone-rich Atlantic breezes, big blue skies and some of the better seafood in France. If you haven"t tried a sea crossing to our Gallic-Celtic regional neighbour in a while, it"s time to find what"s new on the ferries," it stated.
Visitors can also enjoy local delicacies like the famous plateau de fruits de mer, which is a feast of crustaceans and shellfish heaped on beds of sea wrack.
Brittany has recently paid host to Thrill the world in 2009, a dance event paying tribute to Michael Jackson which saw thousands of people descend on the region to carry out some of the movements of most popular artists.
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