Take three mild, maritime regions looking out over the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean. Then take four perfectly situated Siblu holiday parks: Domaine de Litteau in Normandy; Domaine de Kerlann and Le Conguel in Southern Brittany; and Les Pierres Couchées in Loire Atlantique on the Loire Coast. Et voilà, welcome to North West France! Easily accessible by ferry from Ireland, this northwestern corner of France provides the ultimate bucket-and-spade experience thanks to a stunning coastline, and is remarkably varied in terms of landscape, activities, and places of interest.
Why choose Northern France?
Travelling to Northern France from Ireland
Getting the ferry from Ireland is a particularly popular option for visitors to our parks in Normandy, Brittany and the Loire Atlantique. Cherbourg and Roscoff ferry ports are easily accessible from Ireland thanks to crossings with Irish Ferries (from Dublin), Brittany Ferries (from Cork and Rosslare) and Stena Line (from Rosslare).
Irish Ferries Irish Ferries have a number of crossings throughout the summer, running every other day of the week Route: Dublin-Cherbourg
Stena Line Stena Line run crossings 3 times a week Route: Rosslare-Cherbourg
Brittany Ferries Our partnership with Brittany ferries gives you a 5% discount on your ferry crossing! Routes: Rosslare-Roscoff Departs: Monday evenings. Returns: Tuesday evenings Cork-Roscoff Departures: Saturday nights
*Make sure to check the ferry providers' websites for the most up-to-date information about crossings