Condor Ferries



Package holidays are currently available for Channel Island destinations only

Your return date must be after your departure date.

4 - 15
0 - 3

Maximum of 9 passengers allowed on the outward.

Please select at least one adult to travel.

Have you correctly declared your vehicle height? Find out more here.
Max Length 5m
Max length of car + towed vehicle 10m
Max length of motorhome 7m. For lengths over 7m please call 0345 609 1024 to book.

If you are travelling on business or in a commercial vehicle please click here for Condor Ferries Freight.

Please note that any person or vehicle travelling for business or commercial venture, carrying commercial goods/samples will need to book via our freight teams and do not qualify for leisure fares. In addition, if the vehicle being taken is designed for the carriage of commercial goods it shall be reserved as freight regardless of its dimensions. For more information please call the Commercial team on 01481 728620 .

Top things to do in Cherbourg

Cherbourg is one of France’s major Channel ports, closely linked to French naval history and also Titanic's final stop, Cherbourg makes the perfect destination for those wanting to take a step back in time and explore the historic landmarks whilst enjoying the vibrant French culture.

Port of Cherbourg

Second largest man-made harbour in the world, Cherbourg has played a major part in France’s maritime history. For many years a favourite port for cross-Channel travellers, and a recognised gateway to Normandy, Cherbourg has hosted major international Transatlantic and Round-the-World yachting events, and was famously Titanic’s last port of call.

Cité de la Mer, Cherbourg

A family attraction on man’s adventures under the sea. Themed on the famous Titanic, it is an exhibition like nowhere else in France. You can see the largest submarine open to the public in the world, along with a huge aquarium featuring 17 tanks.

Airborne Museum, Sainte-Mere-Eglise

Situated in the square of this small town, a few miles from the D-Day landing beaches, facing the church where parachutist John Steele famously was caught, relates the heroic adventure of paratroopers of the 82nd and 101st Airborne Division.

Musée Christian Dior, Granville

The villa “Les Rhumbs”, Christian Dior’s childhood home, is perched on a cliff ridge overlooking the sea. The garden, built by Madeleine Dior, the couturier’s mother, is today one of the few “artists’ gardens” of the early 20th century still preserved.

Maison du biscuit, Sortosville en Beaumont

Founded in 1903, five generations of the same family have been in the pastry and biscuit business, still using techniques developed a century ago. There is a fabulous range of artisan biscuits, from sweet and savoury cookies to meringues and shortbreads.

Normandy's D Day Beaches

Take a step back in time to this historic World War II landmark and walk along Utah Beach which stretches from Sainte-Marie-du-Mont to Quinéville.