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Stop and Shop Tobacco in Adinkerke – for day trippers and shoppers wanting to buy cigarettes, cigars, pouch tobacco, rizla papers, spirits and Belgium chocolates at very good prices.
DIJK 1 – 8660 ADINKERKE – BELGIUM.
Tel: 0032 58 42 27 70. E-mail: info at stopshop.be
Open from 6.00am till 10.00pm, 7 days a week, including Bank Holidays.
Stop and Shop is a modern shop with over 660 square yards of shop space. Stocking a wide range of tobacco, cigarettes, cigars, spirits, wine, Belgian beer and souvenirs, it also has a large Leonidas chocolate shop with a full range of chocolates for sale.
Free coffee, tea, soup and hot chocolate NEW for all customers !!!
Largest parking in Adinkerke – Truck and coach park – Separate toilets
We accept Pounds, Euro or Visa/Mastercard.
English Pounds are the easiest way to pay (guarantee the lowest price). We also accept euro.
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This offer is valid for travel from 15th September 2013 up to January 12th 2014 on the Portsmouth-Le Havre route and up to 3rd November 2013 when travelling on the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry. Book by 15th December 2013. Includes a car and up to 4 passengers.
Book now. Includes a car, up to 9 passengers and all taxes.
Travel by 31st December 2013 Includes a car, up to 9 passengers and all taxes.
Book by 24th June 2013. Travel between 16 July and 15 September 2013 inclusive Offer not available for travel: 20-21 July, 26-28 July, 23-26 August, 30 August-2 September 2013.
If coming from Calais follow the A16 autoroute to Dunkirk. Drive on past the Belgium border and turn off at exit 1. Turn left, then left again at the roundabout and immediately left before entering Adinkerke.