Post Tagged with: "ferry"

  • Gas Powered Cruise ferry from Brittany Ferries
     

    Brittany Ferries announces order of giant gas-powered cruise-ferry

    Leading French ferry and holiday company, Brittany Ferries, today announced that an order has been placed for a new cruise-ferry that will be its largest yet, and one of the biggest such vessels in the world. It will also be the cleanest, most environmentally-friendly ship to operate in UK waters […]

     
     
  • LD Lines
     

    New UK to Spain service

    LD Lines has announced the introduction of a new UK to Spain service between Poole (Dorset) and Santander in Northern Spain. Complementing LD Lines’ existing France to Spain route between Saint Nazaire, south of Brittany and Gijón in Northern Spain, the service represents a major development to the company’s creation […]

     
     
  • Stena Line Stena Britannica
     

    A Mini-Cruise to Amsterdam

    by Gary Phillips Gary takes a trip on the enormous new Stena Britannica from Harwich to the Hook of Holland. Amsterdam is high on the to-do list of most weekend break travellers, but few consider the possibility of getting there by ferry. It’s clearly a liability to have a car […]

     
     
  • "Toi Moi Mer", Ostend
     

    A Gastronomic Weekend in Ostend

    by Gary Phillips Before being offered this trip, I hadn’t really given much thought to visiting Ostend, a town often ignored by the hordes of tourists to Bruges, its close neighbour. There had been a few times when I’d travelled through at night after a long train journey from another […]

     
     
  • DFDS Princess of Norway
     

    Ferry Review: Newcastle to Amsterdam

    By Robert Lidster This route is operated by DFDS’ MS Princess of Norway. For more information and booking, visit the DFDS Seaways Website. As we approached the DFDS Seaways International Ferry Terminal at Royal Quays North Shields, we could see the m.s. Princess of Norway looming high above the terminal […]

     
     
  • Driving to Herrenburg and Stuttgart
     

    Driving to Herrenburg and Stuttgart

    By Robert Lidster Germany is made up of 16 states and the third largest of these in both area (13,800 square miles) and population (10.7 million) is Baden Wurttemberg. Situated in the south western part of Germany to the east of the Upper Rhine, many of the states major cities […]

     
     
  • Driving to the Black Forest, Germany
     

    Driving to the Black Forest, Germany

    By Robert Lidster I have visited Germany many, many times and have travelled through the Black Forest area on a couple of occasions, but I have never spent any real amount of time in the Black Forest, until now. I was travelling with three adult family members; we were on […]

     
     
  • Dingle Peninsula
     

    The Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

    The Dingle Peninsula in Kerry, Ireland, has to be one of the most spectacularly beautiful places on Earth. I was warned the weather was not going to be great this week, but as it turned out the sea mist that so regularly shrouds the headland at this time of year […]

     
     
  • Camping Holidays in the Vendée, France
     

    Camping Holidays in the Vendée, France

    Long sandy beaches, small towns, historic castles and treats for children and nature lovers. By Sue Dobson Just south of Brittany, on the French Atlantic coast, the Vendée has 140km of fine white sandy beaches. Famed for its sunshine and luminous light, it is known locally as La Côte de […]

     
     
  • Beach Brittany
     

    Family Camping Holidays in Brittany, France

    Boasting the longest coastline in France, Brittany is a delight of beaches, special islands, historic towns and wildly beautiful landscapes. By Sue Dobson Beaches of fine sand backed by dunes and interspersed by creeks and curving bays, craggy islands and dramatic gorse-carpeted cliffs, home to nesting seabirds, define Brittany’s 2730km […]

     
     
  • Driving the back roads through the French Alps
     

    Driving the back roads through the French Alps

    by Trevor Claringbold How many people speed down the motorways to the south of France and completely miss some of the country’s – if not Europe’s – most beautiful and spectacular scenery? Of course, it takes a bit longer, but there’s no better way to see the real countryside than […]

     
     
  • Chateau Tilques
     

    A Visit to St. Omer

    by Robert Lidster My wife and I entered the French region of Nord-Pas-De- Calais via the port of Calais. The crossing from Dover onboard the P&O ferry ‘Spirit of France’ had taken 90 minutes and had been one of the smoothest Channel crossings that I have ever experienced. We were […]

     
     
  • Irish Ferries Ulysses
     

    Ferry Review: Holyhead to Dublin Port on “Ulysses”

    One of the largest superferries in the world, the Irish Ferries Ulysses is well up to the task of tackling the Irish Sea as well as the needs of travellers. Arrival and checking in at Holyhead Allow plenty of time for your journey to Holyhead, as from whichever direction you are coming […]

     
     
 

Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...