Getting to France is already easy but plenty of new routes and increased flights are making travel better still.
From the UK:
– London Stansted – Ajaccio (between two and four times a week from 3 May to 4 November)
– London Stansted – Bastia (between two and four times a week from 3 May to 4 November)
– London Stansted – Figari (between once and twice a week from 2 June to 4 November)
– London Heathrow – Grenoble (Saturdays from 2 December)
– London Heathrow – Turin (for the French Alps- Saturdays and Sundays from 26 November)
– Manchester – Chambéry (Saturdays from 16 December)
– London City – Paris Orly (previously from London Heathrow – 16 weekly flights from October)
– London Stansted – Geneva (for the French Alps, at least once a week from 22 December)
– Birmingham – Turin (for the French Alps) (weekends from 21 December)
– Birmingham – Grenoble (Sundays from 24 December)
– Paris-Charles de Gaulle – Perpignan airport (five rotations a week from 16 July to end of August).
Travelling to Perpignan from Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh and exploring Languedoc-Roussillon in the summer has never be easier!
– Cork – Paris-Charles de Gaulles airport
The new Paris-Charles de Gaulle – Perpignan airport connection (mentioned above) will also improve the way Irish tourists travel to South of France.
Irish Ferries new vessel:
– As of August 2018, a new luxury vessel will be added to the Irish Ferries ferry collection, sailing between Dublin and Cherbourg overnight. The new ferry – currently being built in Germany – is expected to weigh in at 55,000 tonnes, making it the largest as well as the most luxurious ferry to operate on the Irish Sea.
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