Vine & dine in France – from only £24 each way 

It’s no secret that British holidaymakers love summer jaunts to France and why not? France is home to the finest wine and cuisine, and now you can save £10 on return journeys simply by letting us know your favourite French food and wine pairing!

£10 off return economy fares, or £5 each way
From £24 each way for a car plus up to 9 people
44 daily sailings on 2 routes between Dover & France
Book by 31 July & travel by 18 December 2014

Wine & Dine

Wine and dine 
©Samuel Dhote 2006

It’s fair to say the French know a thing or two about food and wine, and what could be better than a combination of the two? If you’re planning to wine and dine in France this year then you can save £10 on your return crossing by informing us of your favourite food and wine pairing. Simply fill in the form on this page with your preferred pairing and we will send you a discount code to use.

So for example; if you love pairing scallops and Chardonnay, beef with Cabernet Sauvignon, a Red Bordeaux with lamb, or Pinot Noir and salmon then let us know and you can save on your crossing.

Tell us your favourite pairing for £10 off

Dover to Calais & Dunkirk

Dover to Calais & Dunkirk

We are the only ferry operator with two routes to France from Dover and we provide 44 daily sailings. Even though the crossings are short, there is plenty to do onboard, with a bar, restaurant, shops and more available.

La belle France

La Belle France

France has that certain je ne sais quoi which has made it the world’s most popular tourist destination and almost a quarter of all British holidaymakers this summer will head across the Channel. Fall in love with Paris, conquer the outdoors in Normandy or sample the fruits of the vine in some of the country’s famous vineyards, all with a Gallic charm that can’t be matched anywhere else in the world.

France is also famous for producing a lot of the finer things in life, with some of the best food and in the world available for tourists. Sample the freshest croissants, baguettes or other baked goods, savour meaty dishes such as boeuf bourguignon, confit de canard or coq au vin or, for those of you with a sweet tooth, desserts such as crêpes, soufflé or crème brûlée.

France is also famous for its quality of wine, with even the most affordable options being produced to a high standard. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Burgundy region, home to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Chablis, as well as the world’s most expensive wine, the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti which can retail for over $40,000 per bottle.

Because of its location in the heart of the country, many tourists use Burgundy as a stop-off point on a trip to the south of France.

Burgundy travel guide

Important information

Offers are available for cars and up to 9 people and motorcycles / motorcycles with sidecars with up to 2 passengers. Tickets are non-refundable. £20 supplement applies to bookings made within 24 hours of travel. Offer excludes the following dates; 17, 25, 26 July, 1, 2, 8, 9, 16, 23, 29 August and 13 September 2014 departing from Dover and 19, 26, 27 July, 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 23, 30, 31 August and 6, 7 and 13 September departing from France.

Disclaimer: Prices are subject to availability. Credit card & telephone booking fees apply. Terms & Conditions apply.