Are there any ferries from England to France?
With three different ferry routes from the UK to France, DFDS gives you the choice and flexibility to suit your travel plans. Our ferries to France include crossings from Dover to Calais and Dunkirk, as well as from Newhaven to Dieppe, all with comfortable onboard facilities so you can relax and enjoy the journey.
How long does it take to get to Brittany by ferry?
Daytime sailings take 5 hrs 30 mins and an overnight crossing takes up to 11 hrs and 15 mins. There are up to two sailings per day at convenient times for a relaxed, enjoyable journey and a great start to your holiday.
Can you get a ferry from Portsmouth to France?
Portsmouth to France ferries Brittany Ferries fleet of Portsmouth ferries to France provide a wide selection of sailing times and dates. All ferries offer superior onboard comfort and carry both cars and passengers. Select from our choice of cruise ferries for relaxing day or overnight sailings.
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.
How can you drive from England to France?
There is really only one driving route from London to Paris, which is through the Channel Tunnel. If you take the most direct route it is about a 258 mile (415 km) drive from London to Paris plus about 34 miles (54 km) for the Eurotunnel crossing. The fastest route is to drive from London to Folkestone along the A1.
Is there a ferry from England to France?
There are numerous ferry crossings operating from England to France. Ferries currently connect 5 ports in England with 8 ports in France.
How far is England from France?
Distance: 4,726.75 mi (7,606.98 km) The shortest distance (air line) between France and England is 4,726.75 mi (7,606.98 km).