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Identity crisis? Not when you take a Condor ferry to the Channel Islands

The British passport celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, but that doesn't matter a jot for holidaymakers heading for the Jersey and Guernsey this summer as travel to the idyllic Channel Islands is passport free with Condor Ferries.

Which means you can forget about expensive fees and delays at the passport office.

Offering white sand beaches and turquoise seas, the Islands are just a few hours away - and with fast ferries sailings from Poole and Weymouth, you simply board the ship, sit back, relax and take in the stunning scenery across the English Channel.

Situated in Baie de St Malo between England and France, Guernsey and Jersey enjoy some of the best weather in the UK, making them a perfect family holiday destination to explore the safe, sandy beaches, rock pools and peaceful countryside.

The harbour of St Peter Port in Guernsey is rated among the prettiest in Europe visitguernsey.com

With accommodation on offer to suit all budgets from camping and self catering to exceptional hotels plus wealth of attractions to visit, families with toddlers can enjoy a relaxing stay while keeping their little ones entertained.

But you shouldn’t be fooled into thinking the Channel Islands are just a family destination - for the wild at heart, there’s plenty of high-adrenaline water sports on offer, with Jersey’s St Ouens Bay boasting one of the best beaches for surfing in the UK, while savvy shoppers can get their retail therapy fix with tax free shopping where big savings can be made on jewellery, photographic and electrical goods.

And with no luggage restrictions on Condor Ferries, you can pack everything you need, including the family pet.

Says Alicia Andrews of Condor Ferries: “We Brits long for our holidays – they’re supposed to be a time for rest and relaxation, but travelling abroad can often be a stressful experience. Travel to the Channel Islands couldn’t be easier. No passports are required, and with our regular fast ferry services, holidaymakers can be topping up their tans in just two and half hours.”=

Posted on 5th February 2015 at 09:29 am in Ferry Operators | Condor Ferries | Ferry News |


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