Cherbourg to Portsmouth ferry crossings connect southern England to northern France. The crossing is operated by Brittany Ferries. Brittany Ferries sail up to 8 times per week with an approximate journey time of 3 hours.
Portsmouth lies on the southern coast on the UK while Cherbourg is on the north coast of Normandy. Brittany Ferries have an express route on the Portsmouth to Cherbourg crossing which takes less time. Furthermore this combined with the excellent road networks leading to and from the ferry ports mean that it’s extremely easy to access.
Travel from Cherbourg to Portsmouth
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Cherbourg is a highly popular port which is located in the Manche department of Normandy on the northern coast of France.
The port offers a variety of different routes in and out of France which are available at different times throughout the day and night making it easily accessible from the UK, France and the rest of Europe.
Cherbourg has always been an important port and this was noted not only by the famous engineer Vauban who designed the ports defences but also by both the German and Allied forces during WW2 and especially the D-Day landings.
Make sure you take time to visit Cherbourg as you’ll find a great number of things to see and do in the nearby area. The cities aquarium is great for younger visitors and those looking to find out a bit more about the history of the area will love the cities museums which offer a number of paintings from around the globe.
Portsmouth is located on the south coast of England and is just 74 miles from the capital London.
The city has long establish ties with both maritime history and the Royal Navy who have been based at the port for in excess of 800 years.
Portsmouth port services a variety of different destinations including Le Havre, St Malo, Caen and Cherbourg in France along with a variety of other destinations.
Whether you’re travelling to the UK via Portsmouth or heading to Europe from Portsmouth, please make sure you spend a little time visiting the city and some of its great attractions.
The historic dockyard contains a variety of museums and ships you can visit including Nelsons flagship, the Victory, HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose museum. Other great attractions include the Blue Reef Aquarium, the Spinnaker Tower and Southsea Castle, all of which offer visitors to Portsmouth a great day out.