Ferry from Ireland to France
If you are living in Ireland and looking to go explore France then perhaps the cheapest and best way to do it is by taking your car on the ferry to France. Unlike your lucky British cousins, you won't be able to avail of the same level of choice they can on the much travelled Dover to Calais route. However, in this blog we will be showing you how you can still gleam a little bit of value from the ferry from Ireland to France.
If you are looking to explore the continent in your own car, then perhaps the best way to do it is with Irish Ferries through their Rosslare to Cherbourg route. The crossing generally takes between 18 and 20 hours on one of their luxury ferries, and you can view the full timetable on their site at http://www.irishferries.com/ie/timetable-ie-fr.asp.
With daily sailings each way, Irish Ferries have quite a bit of capacity on this route, and that is plain to see in their offers right now. Irish Ferries are currently offering a low price of just €89 for a car and driver each way from Ireland to France, and you can view the offer at http://www.irishferries.com/ie/fares-offers-france-from-ireland.asp.
On their giant cruise ship, The Oscar Wilde, Irish Ferries also have a full range of cabins available and these cabins can be booked for an extra fee. The cabins range in quality from two-star all the way up to five-star, so check them out and travel in style.