This page gives details of car journey times from train stations, ferry and airports with useful links to enable you to decide your best way to travel to Les Mortiers.
The drive from the Channel ports are all pleasant and stress-free! The travel times listed below are estimated with Google Maps.
|Caen||3 hours 10 minutes||Caen to Les Mortiers|
|Le Havre||3 hours 30 minutes||Le Havre to Les Mortiers|
|St. Malo||3 hours 30 minutes||St. Malo to Les Mortiers|
|Dieppe||3 hours 50 minutes||Dieppe to Les Mortiers|
|Cherbourg||4 hours 30 minutes||Cherbourg to Les Mortiers|
|Boulogne||4 hours 50 minutes||Boulogne to Les Mortiers|
|Roscoff||5 hours||Roscoff to Les Mortiers|
|Calais||5 hours 10 minutes||Calais to Les Mortiers|
|Dunkirk||5 hours 30 minutes||Dunkirk to Les Mortiers|
|Zeebrugge||5 hours 45 minutes||Zeebrugge to Les Mortiers|
|St. Nazaire||2 hours 30 minutes||St. Nazaire to Les Mortiers|
There are good services by air to Paris from most parts of the world, plus flights to regional airports.
Fly drive is an attractive option as the journey takes between 3 and 4 hours from the three airports around Paris to Parcay Les Pins, with car hire available.
Ryanair flies from Stansted to Tours on a regular basis, Manchester and Dublin to Tours for part of the year, and there are flights to Angers and Nantes from a variety of regional airports in the UK.
|Angers||55 minutes||Angers to Les Mortiers|
|Tours||1 hours||Tours to Les Mortiers|
|Poitiers||1 hours 45 minutes||Poitiers to Les Mortiers|
|Nantes||2 hours||Nantes to Les Mortiers|
|Rennes||2 hours 50 minutes||Rennes to Les Mortiers|
|La Rochelle||3 hours||La Rochelle to Les Mortiers|
|Paris: Orly||3 hours||Paris: Orly to Les Mortiers|
|Paris: Charles de Gaulle/Roissy||3 hours 30 minutes||Paris: Charles de Gaulle/Roissy to Les Mortiers|
|Dinard||3 hours 30 minutes||Dinard to Les Mortiers|
|Paris: Beauvais||4 hours||Paris: Beauvais to Les Mortiers|
|Brest||4 hours 50 minutes||Brest to Les Mortiers|
It is also possible to travel by Eurostar and then high-speed TGV as far as Saumur, Tours, Le Mans or Angers. Travel by train, plus car-hire in France, is becoming a popular alternative to a ferry crossing.