Newhaven to Dieppe ferries link the south coast of England to the Normandy region of northern France. The Newhaven Dieppe Ferry is highly popular offering a fantastic alternative to the Dover ferry routes within a short distance of London. DFDS Seaways is the only company to operate the crossing and have been doing so since 2014.

Ferries operating on the route include the Côte d’Albâtre and the Seven Sisters with up to 3 crossings per day and journey times lasting approximately 5 hours depending upon the time of day and tides.

Newhaven lies on the south coast of England between Brighton and Eastbourne making it an easy port to access from much of London. Dieppe meanwhile lies on the Normandy coastline. Furthermore it’s location allows easy access into northern France, Paris and further on into southern France.

Newhaven to Dieppe Ferry Tickets and Prices from £49

The Newhaven-Dieppe route is one of the most popular ways of getting to Western France with good road links meaning short driving times for many destinations including Paris which can be reached in a little over 2 hours. The route is also one of the cheapest ferry routes to western France with prices starting from as little as £49 each way. With a number of crossings per day, it’s easy to find a ferry on their timetable to suit your needs and budget.