Campsite Fanals is 69km from Cherbourg ferry port in Normandy. Situated in an abundantly green patch of the Calvados department in northern France, 4* Campsite Le Fanal is the perfect getaway for families looking for a base to explore the beautiful…
Ferry to France Statistics
Ferry to France Statistics A ferry to France is the most popular way of travelling across the English Channel, but just how busy are the ports and routes? We’ve taken a look at some figures produced by the Department for Transport and produced some ferry to France statistics for you, to show you just how popular each ferry port and ferry crossings were in 2018. To make things a little easier we will list each of the UK ferry ports and show you firstly the total number of passengers using the port and secondly the number of passengers using each ferry crossing. Dover Ferry Port Dover ferry port only offers two ferry services to France which include Dover to Calais and Dover to Dunkirk. The total passenger number for Dover Ferry Port in 2018 stood at 11,793,000. Dover to Calais The Dover to Calais route is the most famous cross channel ferry crossing. Services are operated by both P&O Ferries and DFDS Seaways with a large number of crossings per day. As such it’s not difficult to see why passenger numbers are so high. Passenger numbers for the Dover to Calais route in 2018 were 9,168,000. Dover to Dunkirk Dover […]
Pride of Canterbury
The Pride of Canterbury is a P&O Ferry that operates on the Dover to Calais ferry crossing. Find out about the facilities available onboard the ship and book your ferry to France.