As France is such a close neighbour to the UK there are often many ways of securing a cheap holiday there. Not only is France easy to get to, it’s also one of the most stunning countries to visit in Europe. Whether you want to see the sights of Paris, relax on the beach, sample the stunning food or learn a little more about wine, France has something for you. Here are five of our best ways to take a cheap holiday to France.
This is one of the most traditional ways for a family to save on money when holidaying in France. With so many cheap ferries to France if you really look around you’ll be sure to find the best deal. You can pack all you need plus the kids into one car and drive off the ferry at the other side into France.
Since the channel tunnel has been built, the Eurostar represents one of the most cost effective and quick ways of getting into France. With direct routes from London to Paris this is truly one of the best ways to get yourself some capital culture without incurring vast expense.
Even in the summer months when the kids are off school there are still deals to be had with some cheap flights to France. With the internet at your fingers you can search through the many different price comparison websites and find the cheapest flight for you whatever the time of year. Whether you want to fly to Paris, or you want to reach the beaches in the South of France in the quickest possible time there is always huge scope for great deals.
A cheap holiday to France isn’t just about getting there; you’ll need to think about how much you’re spending on accommodation when you’re there. A great option for families not looking to incur too much expense is with a holiday rental. This is a very cost effective option and a great way to plan a cheap holiday. This of course will be self catering, but that just gives you an excuse to get yourself to the delicious French bakeries.
Many tourists visiting France decide on the option of a camping holiday to save on expense and with the countless options of campsites across the country you’ll be sure to find great facilities in the perfect location. This is also an ideal option to combine with the ferry to really save on cost, you can load up the camping gear into the car and you’ll be ready for anything upon your arrival.
With so many different ways to enjoy a cheap holiday in France, it’s no wonder so many Brits will be heading there this summer.