Ferry to France

Ferry to France

A ferry to France is the most popular way to get across the English Channel to reach the campsite you’ve chosen for your family camping holiday.

As the UK and France are so close, ferries are the most convenient method of travel, allowing you to transport yourself and your holiday and camping equipment by car, caravan or motorhome, without the hassle of flying and cramming all of your belongings into a suitcase.

Which port should I travel from?

There are a variety of options when it comes to taking a ferry to France with a large number of ports on the southern coast of the UK that offer one or more ferry services to a variety of ports throughout France and Spain.

With this variety comes a range of decisions that have to be made. Do you pick the crossing which is located nearest to your home, which provides the easiest onward journey once you have reached France or the one which offers the cheapest price?

What about a ferry to Spain?

Although the majority of France is easily accessible from it’s northern ports, the south of France is often more easily reached by taking a ferry to Spain through the ports of Bilbao or Santander. Once in Spain you will have to drive across the border into France. Although the ferry crossing is longer the drive time tends to be shorter saving you time on the road.

To make all of these decisions easier and to help you book your ferry to France, we at Go Camp France have compiled a detailed table with each UK port, the port in France or Spain you can travel to and the ferry company with whom you can travel.

Simply select the UK port you would like to travel from and click the link to book your ferry crossing with one of the reputable ferry companies such as Brittany Ferries, DFDS Seaways, P&O Ferries, My Ferry Link and Irish Ferries or failing that why not visit France Ferry Booker

Plymouth Ferry Routes

Poole Ferry Routes

Portsmouth Ferry Routes

Newhaven Ferry Routes

Dover Ferry Routes

Cork Ferry Routes

Rosslare Ferry Routes

  • Travel from Rosslare to Roscoff or Cherbourg with Irish Ferries.

If you’d like to take a look at a selection of hotels near to each of the ferry ports for overnight stays, please take a look at our overnight ferry port hotels article.

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