Your question: Where does the ferry land in France?

Where do the ferries dock in France?

Find out more about our ferry ports in France & Spain including directions, driving distances, facilities at the port, port parking and more.

  • Bilbao port.
  • Santander port.
  • Caen port.
  • St Malo port.
  • Cherbourg port.
  • Le Havre port.
  • Roscoff port.

What are the main ferry ports in France?

The main ferry route is from Portsmouth to Le Havre. It benefits from direct Autoroute links to Rouen, Paris and the north of France, but also – via the famous ‘Normandy Bridge’ to Honfleur, Deauville and the beaches of Normandy, Cotentin and Mont Saint-Michel.

How many ferry ports does France have?


Get closer to your holiday destination in Brittany , Normandy , the Loire , or Western France when you sail to one of our five French ports. They’re great destinations for a holiday or break in their own right!

What is the closest ferry port to Paris?

The distance from Calais to the capital is around 180 miles, However, Dieppe is the closest ferry port to Paris. It is situated just 120 miles away with the drive taking under 2 and a half hours. The journey takes you through stunning French countryside, on a rural route passing Rouen.

Is there a ferry from England to France?

Ferry crossings from the UK to France are operated by 3 companies: DFDS, P&O Ferries & Brittany Ferries. The most popular ferry route from the UK to France is Dover – Calais (38 daily crossings), while the fastest way to cross the Channel is via the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle train (35 minutes).

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Can I get a ferry from France to UK?

There are numerous ferry crossings operating from France to England. Ferries currently connect 8 ports in France with 5 ports in England.