Close to a ferry port

Ferry away to France

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Ferry ports close to our holiday parks in France

Given how close Ireland and France are – and how close many Siblu holiday parks are to France’s ports – the ferry can be a great way to start your holiday. Many have supervised play areas, cinemas and children’s entertainers. Grown-ups can enjoy the shops, bars and restaurants. Also, all our holiday parks offer ‘any day’ arrival and departure in June and some offer Saturday, Sunday & Monday arrival throughout the entire season – which means you can get great-value ferries.
Ferry companie run crossing from Dublin and Rosslare to Cherbourg, and Rosslare and Cork to Roscoff.  

Save 5% on ferry crossing with Brittany Ferries 

Brittany Ferries operates the route from Cork to Roscoff. Siblu customers can save 5% on their Brittany Ferries crossing. Find out more here.

Getting to our campsites in Normandy

Based in Normandy, our holiday village Domaine de Litteau is the closest to the ferry ports and is only an hour's drive from the port of Cherbourg. Let the ferry captain do the sailing Siblu do the rest, with minimal effort required on your part. 

Getting to our campsites in Southern Brittany

Further west is the province of Brittany and the Loire Atlantique, where you’ll find three of our holiday parks close to beautiful beaches.
Domaine de Kerlann is just under two hours away from Roscoff and features lots of sea-based activities such as sailing and sea fishing.
Le Conguel, perched on a penninsula, is less than three hours away from Roscoff and is perfect for cycling, hiking, canoeing and plenty more.
Les Pierres Couchées is about 4 hours from both Cherbourg and Roscoff and has cycle trails and horse riding.   

Getting to our campsites in Vendée

In Vendée, you’ll find our two sister villages of Le Bois Dormant and Le Bois Masson. Both are four hours from the ports, and close to each other. Le Bois Dormant (‘The Sleeping Forest’) is the more relaxed, but with access to the water games and evening shows of Le Bois Masson, you have the best of both worlds – loads of fun with somewhere to retreat to! Both camping sites are near to interesting places such as Île d'Yeu, an island with a 14th-century castle built to defend against English pirates…

Getting to our campsites in Charente Maritime

Further down the coast you’ll find Charente Maritime, a region famed for its food and drink. After driving 530kms down from Roscoff, you can relax in one of three camping sites: Les Charmettes, Bonne Anse Plage and La Pignade – all just a few miles from coastal towns. 
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