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There are lighthouses standing invincible in the wind and ocean swell. There are astonishingly beautiful islands conducive to calm. There is coastline: beaches, cliffs, ports, fortifications, etc. The French Atlantic coast is dotted with cities, market towns and natural sites that attract travellers from all over the world each year. From the Bordeaux region to Brittany, the Atlantic coast's tremendous charm promises a variety of new discoveries. 

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Lisbon - London
LE BELLOT
14 nights on board
Dates:
20/04/2025 to the 04/05/2025
Lisbon - Bordeaux
LE LYRIAL
9 nights on board
Dates:
29/04/2025 to the 08/05/2025
Lisbon - Honfleur
LE BORÉAL
11 nights on board
Dates:
03/05/2025 to the 14/05/2025
Bordeaux - Dublin
LE LYRIAL
8 nights on board
Dates:
08/05/2025 to the 16/05/2025
London - Lisbon
LE LAPÉROUSE
Shore excursion in each port of call + transfers included
9 nights on board
Dates:
30/08/2025 to the 08/09/2025
Glasgow, Scotland - Bordeaux
LE BELLOT
8 nights on board
Dates:
11/10/2025 to the 19/10/2025
Bordeaux - Lisbon
LE BELLOT
7 nights on board
Dates:
19/10/2025 to the 26/10/2025

Price is per person, based on double occupancy, based on availability, and subject to change at any time. The category of stateroom to which this price applies may no longer be available.

Highlights - France

From the Emerald Coast to the Silver Coast, France's Atlantic side is brimming with treasures. Islands, towns and centuries-old ports have built their reputations on the back of their close links with the sea. It's great to explore this heritage on a Brittany and Bordeaux cruise.


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Highlights - France

Essential - Brittany, France

A unique region of France, Brittany has a very different culture. Below, we explore what makes this area — the westernmost in France — just so charming.


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Essential - Brittany, France

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