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Popular ferry routes to France

Dover – Calais

Crossings from £43

1.5 hour journey time

Newhaven – Dieppe

Crossings from £49

4 hour journey time

Portsmouth – Le Havre

Crossings from £180

6 hour journey time

There are more than 20,000 sailings to France every year!


Tickets available for selected routes


Different routes to choose from


Ports across the UK & France

90 min

Crossing time for Dover – Calais

Ferry ports

Ports across the UK & Ireland

  • Dover
  • Portsmouth
  • Newhaven
  • Plymouth
  • Cork
  • Rosslare
  • Dublin
  • Poole

Ports across France

  • Calais
  • Le Havre
  • St Malo
  • Dunkirk
  • Cherbourg
  • Roscoff
  • Caen
  • Dieppe

Ferries to France from UK ports

FAQs on getting a ferry to france

What is the cheapest ferry to France?

The cheapest way to get to France from the UK by ferry is on the Dover to Calais route. The crossing takes around 1 hour 30 minutes and prices start from £39 for a day trip

Is the ferry cheaper than the Eurotunnel?

Generally yes. Vehicle crossings start at around £99 for the ferry from Dover to Calais, compared to around £160 on the Eurotunnel train

What are the ferry routes from the UK & Ireland to France?

Ferries operate across the following routes from the UK and Ireland to France:
Dover to Calais
Portsmouth to Cherbourg
Newhaven to Dieppe
Poole to Saint Malo
Dover to Dunkirk
Portsmouth to Saint Malo
Poole to Cherbourg
Portsmouth to Le Havre
Plymouth to Roscoff
Portsmouth to Caen
– Guernsey to Cherbourg
– Rosslare to Dunkirk
– Jersey to St Malo
– Dublin to Cherbourg
– Guernsey to St Malo
– Jersey to Carterey
– Rosslare to Le Havre
– Jersey to Cherbourg
– Cork to Roscoff
– Rosslare to Cherbourg