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  • Guernsey travel & destination guides - Condor Ferries
    There are also plenty of opportunities for scuba diving kayaking horse riding and golf and many more Fine Dining and Food Festivals There are a huge variety of culinary styles available from all over the world as well as the more traditional restaurants St Peter Port also has a good choice of lively pubs and bars where you can soak up the atmosphere along with a few cocktails or locally brewed ales During October and November Guernsey is the location for the Tennerfest festival offering mouth watering menus from just ten pounds Superb Unspoilt Beaches With over 100 miles of coastline and host to the cleanest beach in the UK Guernsey has a wealth of sandy beaches and dunes secret coves and rock pools rugged harbours and endless beautiful cliff walks From the long sandy sweeps on the west coast to secluded caves in the south Guernsey has more than 25 beaches Three of Guernsey s beaches L Eree Grandes Rocques and Port Soif have recently won Good Beach Guide recommendations for water cleanliness Tax Free Shopping St Peter Port offers a mixture of well known high street stores and an abundance of eclectic boutiques Many of the retailers in Guernsey offer low duty free prices on a range of items Big savings can be made on jewellery photographic and electrical goods A range of antiques and exclusive boutiques can be found in the Old Quarter of the island Guernsey Travel Guernsey Tourism Website Link opens in a new window Travel tips Currency The currency in Guernsey is sterling The States of Guernsey issue their own notes and coins but all UK notes and coins are legal tender Driving Driving is on the left hand side There is a maximum speed enforcement of 35 miles per hour with further restrictions

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  • Jersey Travel Guide - Condor Ferries
    safe you ll find the landscape s constantly changing from beach to valley to woodland Even better the island boasts a 96 mile sign posted network of winding tranquil Green Lanes for you to explore Fine Dining and Food Festivals Seafood is the specialty in Jersey complimented by a wealth of fresh local produce The scores of restaurants dotted around St Helier St Aubin and St Brelade offer a range of eating from simple cafés to family friendly brasseries to traditional country pubs and gourmet restaurants All this has built Jersey an international reputation for great dining During October and November each year Jersey is the location for the Tennerfest festival offering mouth watering menus from just ten pounds Superb Unspoilt Beaches Boasting spectacular coastal scenery from secluded coves to sandy beaches Jersey has some of the best recorded water quality in the UK Plemont Bay situated on the north coast has a reputation as Jersey s most beautiful beach A sheltered sandy cove its golden sand is covered at high tide but when the water retreats pools with sandy bottoms are exposed ideal for young children to play in Alternatively Green Island is a favourite local beach on the east of the island Tax Free Shopping St Helier is the hub of shopping in Jersey The main streets King Street Queen Street Bath Street and Halkett Street provide an eclectic mix of high street stores small boutiques and quaint markets with many offering low duty free prices If you d like to venture further afield we d recommend areas such as St Brelade St Aubin and Gorey where you will find a selection of bespoke boutiques and galleries in idyllic locations Further Jersey Travel Information Upcoming Events in Jersey Jersey Tourism Website Link opens in a new window Travel

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  • Poole destination guides - Condor Ferries
    stroll through the countryside made famous by Thomas Hardye and ITV s Broadchurch Alternatively Tower Park the south coast s largest entertainment center provides entertainment for the whole family from bowling to cinema a choice of restaurants and a waterpark High Adrenaline Beginners and experts can take advantage of Poole harbour and it s beaches with a wide range of watersports from kayaking to windsurfing kite boarding and sailing We also host a manmade reef in Branksome so it s the perfect spot for surfers Tuition and equipment hire is available from various local suppliers Fine Dining and Farmers Markets There are a wide variety of eateries available from beach cafés and bistros to gourmet harbour view restaurants Why not sample locally caught seafood Due to its location theres a huge range of seafood restaurants for you to choose from from fine dining eateries to the more classic fish and chip shop Miles of Sandy Beaches Sandbanks beach in Poole has regularly held the European Blue Flag award since the 1980s and is ranked within the top ten beaches in Europe With its fine golden sand gradually sloping beach and clean safe water it s easy to understand why For those who are active make the most out of the beach volleyball nets or try out some watersports For those looking to enjoy some home comforts there are beach huts available for hire plus a number of designated areas for BBQs Poole Tourism Website Link opens in a new window Travel tips Currency The currency in the UK is sterling There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the left hand side Parking Most parking in Poole is multi storey or surface pay and display car parks Shopping Poole s main shops are located in the Dolphin

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  • Portsmouth destination guides - Condor Ferries
    recreational area that allows you to escape to a unique water and tropical atmosphere The complex houses an indoor swimming pool with a wave machine and waterslides Fascinating History Discover the world famous historic ships that have shaped British history at Portsmouth Dockyard HMS Victory the Mary Rose and HMS Warrior 1860 Home of the Royal Navy other attractions include The Royal Naval Museum and the RN Submarine Museum Visit the home of Charles Dickens preserved as a museum furnished in the style of 1809 The house includes an exhibition room displaying memorabilia and prints illustrating Dickens life and works Fine Dining There are two main eating areas in Portsmouth the city centre and Gunwarf Quays The city offers a complete range of fantastic eateries from restaurants with panoramic views to intimate bistros offering the full spectrum of international cuisine With a growing foodie scene you are able to sample the culinary delights from all over the world not just Fish and Chips Out About In the centre of Portsmouth the Cascades Shopping Centre offers some great high street names You can find some designer bargains with up to 70 off at Gunwarf Quays where there are more than 90 designer outlet stores offering an incredible range of fashion and leisurewear homeware and toys Portsmouth Tourism Website Link opens in a new window Travel tips Currency The currency in the UK is sterling There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the left hand side Parking Most parking in Portsmouth is multi storey or surface pay and display car parks Shopping Shopping in Portsmouth is divided into two main areas the City Centre and Gunwarf Quays a designer outlet Language English Climate The climate in Portsmouth is generally mild During the summer months there are many fine

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  • Condor Ferries : Cherbourg Events and What's On
    exploration as its main theme The submarine section features the largest submarine in the world open to the public City Sights Shopping City Sights Shopping One of the oldest city sights in Cherbourg is the impressive Holy Trinity Church with a very interesting and dramatic history dating right back to the early fifth century There is a wide selection of shops in Cherbourg as well as several hypermarkets located just outside the town where you will find low prices on a range of goods Cherbourg is also host to a market every Thursday in the town centre Culture Cherbourg has a long maritime history and is the setting for numerous boating events throughout the year The city has a truly French culture but features unique influences including an Italian style theatre The arts are very important in the town which is evident from the annual Cherbourg Film Festival exhibiting foreign films not currently distributed in France Out About Cherbourg is home to several large and interesting museums Among the most impressive is the Liberation Museum housed in the fort on the Rontagne du Roule Overlooking the harbour the fort was the scene of bitter fighting during the liberation of Cherbourg in June 1944 following the D Day landings The city s oldest museum is the Natural History and Ethnography Museum home to a collection by François Henri Duchevreuil an amateur archaeologist including collections of shells and artifacts from Egypt Asia and Greece Find Out More About Cherbourg Cherbourg Tourism Website Link opens in a new window Travel tips Currency The currency in France is Euros There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the right hand side Parking Most of Cherbourg s Car Parking is operating on a pay display basis Shopping There is a wide selection

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  • St. Malo destination guides - Condor Ferries
    a 12 hectare wooded park with a huge range of activities for the whole family including a water park mini golf and a merry go round City Sights Shopping The ancient cobbled streets are full of fascinating shops selling crafts and open markets for local produce In St Malo you will find a range of art music and book shops The city also offers a choice of hypermarkets and specialist shopping Fine Dining and Food Festivals Enjoy a range great food to suit all tastes and budgets from quaint bistros to a Michelin star experience Local specialties include fresh lobsters and Cancale oysters as well as other classic French fare such as crêpes and moules Some of the most popular restaurants and cafés are situated in a long line inside the city ramparts between Porte St Vincent and the Grande Porte Historic St Malo To the right of the city s main gate sits The Chateau De St Malo housing the Musee de la Ville The Museum exhibits St Malo s historic past incorporating piracy colonialism slave trading and German Occupation during World War II Go back to the 9th century by visiting the Cathedral of St Vincent which includes Angevin Plantagenet Romanseque and Gothic architecture Walking along the 12th century ramparts stretching 1 2 miles you can admire fantastic views of the old town s houses the bay and the islets at the mouth of the Rance estuary St Malo Tourism Website Link opens in a new window Travel tips Currency The currency in France is Euros There is a bureau de change onboard Driving Driving is on the right hand side Parking Most of the parking in St Malo operates on a pay and display system Shopping Almost all shops are closed on Bank Holidays including the hypermarkets

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  • Condor Ferries : Routes & Timetables
    UK Ferries from Jersey Ferries from Guernsey Ferries from France Ferries from the UK These timetables are accurate at time of production Please be aware that the sailings and vessels are subject to change The design and layout of the Condor Ferries timetable cannot be used without the permission of Condor Ferries Ltd Sailings are scheduled taking into account tidal restrictions in one or more of our ports enroute From

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  • Condor Ferries: Sailing Updates
    update hotlines UK 01202 207216 JERSEY 01534 872240 GUERNSEY 12023 See where our ships are Live Vessel Positions For up to date news visit our Latest News page Get ready for the Goodtimes All sailings are currently operating to schedule Tweets by CF Travel News Sailing Updates Archive January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015

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