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Ferries to France
Schedules Overview

Book Ferries to France from England with Brittany Ferries, who sail from Portsmouth to Cherbourg, Caen and St. Malo, from Poole to Cherbourg, and from Plymouth to Roscoff. Brittany Ferries also offer ferries to France from Ireland, on their Cork - Roscoff route. You can also sail to France from Ireland on the route Rosslare - Cherbourg, with both Irish Ferries and Celtic Link.

You can also book a ferry to France from England with LD Lines, from Portsmouth to Le Havre, and with Transmanche Ferries, from Newhaven to Dieppe.

Condor Ferries offer frequent sailings to France from England, and offer the following routes: Portsmouth - Cherbourg, Poole - St. Malo, Weymouth - St. Malo. Condor Ferries also sail to France from the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey. Alternatively, you can sail to France from the Channel Islands with HD Ferries, who offer frequent sailings at competitive prices.

For short-sea crossings, both P&O Ferries and My Ferry Link sail to the French port of Calais from Dover, and Speedferries offer services from Dover to Boulogne. Alternatively, book a ferry to France with Norfolkline, on their popular Dover - Dunkerque route. If you prefer to travel by train, you can travel to France from England with Eurotunnel and Eurostar.

You can also book a ferry to France from Corsica or Sardinia, with SNCM and Corsica Ferries, or from Tunisia to France with GLD Lines.

Ferries to France
Destination Overview

France is the most visited country in the world, and has many attractions and sights to amuse and entertain the visitor. From prominent landmarks such as Paris' Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, to the spectacular scenery and coastline of southern France, with its many vineyards and tranquil beaches. France also boasts stunning mountain ranges and appeals to those seeking winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding

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France Guide

See firsthand why France is such a popular European holiday destination with A Ferry UK. Discover fantastic shopping, a rich history, changing landscapes and amazing food and wine. France gave the world champagne, over 365 kinds of cheese, and some of the world's most famous artists.

France is the largest country in Europe, offering a spectacular variety of scenery, from the mountain ranges of the Alps and Pyrenees to the attractive river valleys of the Loire, Rhone and Dordogne and the flatter countryside in Normandy and on the Atlantic coast. The country has some 1,800 miles of coastlines to enjoy.

Travel in France

Take your family and a car across the channel to France and explore the country via the excellent network of roads. Remember traffic drives on the right. Motorways (autoroutes) bear the prefix `A' and some of these will be toll roads (autoroutes à péage). National roads (routes nationales) are marked `N' while minor roads are classed as `D' roads.

French Railways (SNCF) operates a nationwide network of 21,250 miles of track - about a third of which is electrified. The TGV (train à grande vitesse) runs from Paris to Brittany and southwest France at 300kph (186mph), to Lyon and the southeast at 270kph (168mph) and to Strasbourg and the east at 320kph (199mph).

Things to see

The capital of France, Paris, and its famous Eiffel Tower, are a popular destination for holidays or weekend breaks. Why not combine a stay in Paris with a visit to Disneyland. When you catch a ferry to France, Normandy and Brittany are within close reach of regular ferry crossings, as are all the hyper-markets around Calais where you can make big savings on food, drinks and cigarettes. Many people head to the Normandy coast either for its lively night life or the Norman countryside, with its cool, wooded valleys and its beech and pine forests that offer a haven of peace and tranquillity.

A long, rugged coastline, vast bays of glorious beaches, and a secretive, almost mystical interior is the lasting impression of Brittany. This most westward region of France, where the Bretons speak their ancient language and carry on age-old traditions, always seems a little out of step with mainstream France, but the many attractions welcome visitors in their thousands year after year. Visit France's numerous cathedrals, including Reims, where Clovis (the first French king) was baptised, Chartres and Tours.



Cork to Roscoff
Dover to Boulogne
Dover to Calais
Dover to Dunkerque
Folkestone to Calais Eurotunnel
Guernsey to Cherbourg
Guernsey to St Malo
Jersey to Cherbourg
Jersey to St Malo
London St Pancras to Disneyland Paris Train
Newhaven to Dieppe
Newhaven to Le Havre
Plymouth to Roscoff
Poole to Cherbourg
Poole to St Malo
Portsmouth to Caen
Portsmouth to Cherbourg
Portsmouth to Le Havre
Portsmouth to St Malo
Rosslare to Cherbourg
Weymouth to St Malo


Brittany Ferries Brittany Ferries
Celtic Link Ferries Celtic Link Ferries
DFDS Seaways DFDS Seaways
Cheap Eurostar Tickets Eurostar Tickets
Compagnie Corsaire
Condor Condor Ferries
Corsica Ferries Corsica Sardinia Ferries
Eurotunnel Eurotunnel
Grimaldi Lines Grimaldi Lines
LD Lines LD Lines
Norfolkline Ferry Norfolkline
P&O Ferries Dover Calais P&O Ferries Dover Calais
My Ferry Link Ferries My Ferry Link
Transmanche Ferries Transmanche Ferries



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