24 hours at our French ports

Whether you're on one of our great day trip offers, or you're spending some time in and around our ports during your holiday, you'll find plenty of inspiration here for things to see and do.

Beautiful seaside landscapes, fascinating histories and culture and delicious cuisine are all waiting for you in our port towns so be sure to stick around and explore.

What to see and do with a day in France at our ports

24 hours in Caen

Caen and nearby Bayeux are great places to uncover some medieval history about William the Conqueror. The area also had an important part to play during D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.

24 hours in Le Havre

Le Havre is a UNESCO protected heritage site after its reconstruction by Auguste Perret, the concrete poet, following the devastation of the city during WW2. Today, it is one of Europe's busiest ports.

24 hours in St Malo

St Malo, a walled city built in medieval times, is renowned for its beautiful 18th century ramparts, fascinating seafaring history of privateering and pirates and its independent spirit.

24 hours in Cherbourg

Cherbourg is famous for its maritime and naval heritage and its spectacular coastline such as the beautiful Cap de la Hague. The city also played its part during the Battle of Normandy in WW2.

24 hours in Roscoff

Roscoff is a picturesque fishing village known for the beautiful Ile de Batz just off its coast. It is a great place to explore Brittany's maritime heritage and the pretty coastline around the Bay of Morlaix.