Deal Alert: France for Less Than a Pint — London to Brittany From £5 One-Way

Sep 2, 2019

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Once again, Southend Airport is the centre of attention when it comes to red hot deals. One-way fares for £5 are actually quite ridiculous — and, yes, cheaper than most pints in London. It just so happens that Brest is a lovely place to visit. Far out west on the French coast, Brest is a port town city in Brittany steeped in maritime history and surrounded by beaches and beautiful countryside, including the ‘Parc Naturel Régional D’Armorique’.

Head to the Ryanair website to snag one of these fares while they last. They’re only available on certain dates, but luckily mostly Monday-Friday, so perfect for a long weekend getaway.

Remember, Ryanair’s lowest fares don’t include a checked bag. But, if you’re clever with your packing, that shouldn’t be too much of a problem.

Airline: Ryanair
Routes: SEN to BES
Cost: £10+ return
Travel Dates: September – October 2019

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London Southend (SEN) to Brest (BES) for £10 return:

London Southend (SEN) to Brest (BES) for £10 return:

London Southend (SEN) to Brest (BES) for £12 return:

H/T: Holiday Pirates

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