There are 14 different ferry routes from the UK to France and Ireland to France. Each of these route are operated by one or more of the most popular ferry companies who operate out of the UK including: Brittany Ferries, P&O Ferries, DFDS Seaways, Condor Ferries, Stena Line Ferries and Irish Ferries.
With so many different routes available you may find it difficult to choose which one to use and so on each of our ferry route pages you’ll be able to find some helpful information to help you decide, such as:
To help you find the best ferry to France for your needs and requirements we’ve split them into separate sections. Firstly are those which include the ferries available from each particular UK or Irish port, secondly the particular ferry routes from the UK to France and lastly the ferry routes from Ireland to France.
If you’re travelling to France from the UK or Ireland by ferry consider booking an overnight stay in a hotel thats near to the ferry port you’re departing from. Its often one of the most important, yet overlooked parts of travelling to France on holiday!
Book an overnight stay before you catch the ferry to help you arrive on time, avoiding delays due to heavy traffic. It can break up long journeys into manageable sections and ensure you’re nice and refreshed before you travel.
Below you’ll find a set of links to a variety of route pages on France Ferry Booker. Each page features those ferries that can be booked from a particular port in the UK or Ireland which sails to France.
Below you can take a look at each individual ferry crossing route from the UK to France. On each page you’ll find details about the number of crossings, who operates the ferry route and a little bit about each of the ports.
Below you can take a look at each individual ferry crossing route from Ireland to France. On each page you’ll find details about the number of crossings, who operates the ferry route and a little bit about each of the ports.
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