Le Havre to Portsmouth ferry crossings connect the south of England to northern France. The crossing is operated by Brittany Ferries. Brittany Ferries sail once per day with an approximate journey time of between 5 hours 30 minutes and 7 hours 30 minutes. Journey times depend upon the time of crossing.
Portsmouth lies along the southern coast of the UK while Le Havre is in Normandy. Brittany Ferries also have the crossing on their economy service. This therefore makes it extremely popular with those looking to travel to France on a cheaper, no frills ferry service.
Travel from Le Havre to Portsmouth
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Visit Le Havre
Le Harve is located on the north coast of France in the Haute-Normadie region of France.
The port has been in use for hundreds of years with it being used as a war port in the 17th Century. Unfortunately much of the cities historic buildings were destroyed during WW2 with only around 2% of the city being still in tact.
Le Harve was completely rebuilt following the war and as such has been classed as a UNESCO world heritage site for its post war architecture.
If you love history then Le Havre is a perfect place to visit. There are some wonderful museums in Le Havre containing all sorts of antiquities and artefacts not to mention the large amount of paintings from artists such as Degas, Monet, Renoir and many more.
To compliment the art, history and culture of Le Havre, the wonderful French countryside and coastline offers visitors the chance to experience France at it’s best.
Portsmouth is located just 74 miles from London on the south coast of England.
The Royal Navy have been based at Portsmouth for over 800 years and the city has therefore been an important port for some time and is steeped in maritime history and heritage.
Portsmouth is a very important and popular ferry port with a variety of different ferry crossings operating to and from the city including Portsmouth to Le Havre, St Malo, Cherbourg and Caen.
Portsmouth is well worth taking the time to explore whether you’re travelling to or from the city. There are some great attractions and places to visit nearby including the Blue Reef Aquarium, Southsea Castle, the Spinnaker tower and of course the Naval dockyard which offers several museums along with the Victory (Nelsons flagship), HMS Warrior which was the first iron hulled warship and the Mary Rose museum.