The rural setting of La Sagerie makes a car essential. Travel by car involves the use of Cross-Channel Ferries or the Eurotunnel and a few notes about these follow.

Brittany Ferries

Brittany Ferries operate from Poole to Cherbourg and from Portsmouth to Caen, Cherbourg, le Havre and St. Malo. The crossing time varies from 4 hours (Poole - Cherbourg) to 5 1/2 hours (Portsmouth - Caen), with the S. Malo crossing being overnight. In the Summer there is a fast ferry that takes about half that time.

In Summer a fastcat operates from Portsmouth to Cherbourg, and this crossing takes about 3 hours.
Travel to La Sagerie from Caen, Cherbourg or St. Malo takes from 1 to 1 1/2 hours, while le Havre takes a little longer.

LD Lines

DFDS Seaways operate from Newhaven to Dieppe. The crossing from Newhaven takes about 4 hours but the time from there to La Sagerie is longer, at about 3 1/2 hrs.

The Short Sea Crossing

Several Ferries operate from Dover and Folkstone, and there is the Channel Tunnel to be considered. The travel time from Calais to La Sagerie is about 4 1/2 hrs. (Information from the RAC Route Planner)

The Channel Tunnel

Trains from Ashford to Calais operate about every half hour throughout the day. Once in Calais, the drive to La Sagerie takes about 4 1/2 hours on the fast toll roads.

From Ireland

There is a choice of routes from Ireland to North West France.
Irish Ferries operate from Rosslare to Roscoff and Cherbourg.
Celtic Link Ferries operate from Rosslare to Cherbourg.
Brittany Ferries operate from Cork to Roscoff.
The journey from Roscoff to LA Sagerie takes about 5 hrs.

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