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  • 11 crossings daily
    2 hr
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  • Dunkirk - Dover

    Car + 1
    Travel: Sunday, 27 September 2020 - Thursday, 8 October 2020
    from: £219
    DFDS Seaways

Dunkirk Information

The Dunkerque (also known as Dunkirk) ferry port dates back the 8th century as a simple fishing harbour. Over time, Dunkerque ferry port became famous as a haven for pirates who preyed on shipping in the North Sea. Today, Dunkerque has become a fabulous seaside resort. Dunkerque ferry port offers all the necessary facilities including lounge areas.

Dunkerque is remarkably green for a major international port and industrial centre, which handles bulk cargoes from all over the world, as well as being a increasingly popular ferry port. When coming from the direction of Belgium, Lille or Calais, make sure you get on the A16. Follow the signs for Dunkirk (Dunkerque). Take exit 53 (24) and go to the right at the end of the exit. Go straight on at the two roundabouts and follow the road until you arrive at the DFDS Seaways ferry terminal.


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.

Reviews

  • 26 Feb 2020
    Good service
    • Brilliant service Staff were friendly and helpful Food was good

      Review by TERENCE FARROW

  • 04 Feb 2020
    Thank you for your kindness
    • I would like to say thank you to the whole team who works to provide such a great services. Thank you very much to all of you, who are dealing with the customers directly and also to the team who works behind the scene and who provide the operations so we are able to use the services and also to the team behind the screens who is responsible for our safety. Thank you for your hard work and your kindness.

      Review by ELZBIETA HILGIER

  • 17 Jan 2020
    Generally very good!
    • After a mix up with check in to do with our pet, we were given a complimentary card to enter the superior travellers facilities. We were looked after beautifully and ordered brunch which was top quality - especially the bacon! The loos smelt amazing and we used the reclining chairs in the lounge for a snooze. Only SLIGHT criticism is that the boat decor looked a bit tired throughout as did the exterior. Other than that very happy with our experience thanks.

      Review by ANDREW BARCLAY

  • 16 Jan 2020
    Return trip
    • Dunkirk is a smaller than its neighbouring port! But it's much easier to use and the cafe bars in the local towns are great value for money. The longer crossing also helps with resting and sleep. I have a very small can, so the only problem is I pay more than cars, even if cars are larger!

      Review by DAVID SHAW

  • 11 Jan 2020
    Great
    • So nice

      Review by OCTAVIAN NICOLAEV

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