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  • 19 crossings daily
    1 hr 30 min
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  • 9 crossings daily
    1 hr 30 min
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  • Dover - Calais

    Car + 2
    Travel: Tuesday, 3 November 2020
    from: £219
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    Car + 1
    Travel: Sunday, 25 October 2020
    from: £240
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Dover Information

The town of Dover is possibly the UK's most famous ferry port, and is located in Kent on England's south coast. The city faces France across the narrowest part of the English Channel. Dover has always been a place of strategic importance owing to its location; some of the remains found there suggest that Dover was favoured by people wishing to enter England even during prehistoric times.

The town has many wonderful sights to visit, with Kearsney Abbey and St. Edmund's Chapel being the two biggest religious sites, and the famed white cliffs of Dover, as well as the massive Dover Castle, some of the most popular landmarks in the area.


Calais Information

Probably the most famous of French ferry destinations, Calais has been for decades synonymous with holidays in Europe. Calais ferry port is one of the busiest ports in Europe with up to 48 ferries a day departing from here on one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. Eurostar trains depart from Calais Frethun station which is close to the Eurotunnel terminal, just outside Calais off junction 42 of the A16.

The town of Calais is the closest French town to Britain and this makes it a popular ferry port for British tourists heading to France and vice versa. The town is rich in cultural heritage and has a wide variety of traditional French shops and restaurants. The location of Calais ferry port is ideally situated; just a stone's throw from Calais town centre so you don't have to waste a moment of your time.

Reviews

  • 04 Mar 2020
    Half term trip
    • A easy trip with a easy to use web site.

      Review by BRIAN OCONNOR

  • 29 Feb 2020
    Club Lounge
    • We travelled for the first time in the club lounge. For an extra 14 pounds per person, I would strongly recommend it for anyone who still has a long way to travel after their departure form the ferry. Very confortable, quite and relaxing area to recuperate. Drinks and snacks also included in the price. Personnel very friendly and attentive.

      Review by JOSEPH BURKE

  • 25 Feb 2020
    Great service
    • The crossing was smooth Thank you.

      Review by Anon

  • 25 Feb 2020
    Worth the money
    • Not expensive but always a nice easy run, will be back soon

      Review by Rue Paul

  • 24 Feb 2020
    Trip
    • Good services

      Review by ANTOINE BOU-SLEIMAN

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