Our Portsmouth to Caen Ferry FAQ’s section will help you find answers to the most commonly asked questions about the crossing.
The Eurotunnel The Eurotunnel is a 31.35 mile railway tunnel that runs underneath the Strait of Dover beneath the English Channel. Eurotunnel connects Folkestone in Kent, on the southern coast of England with Coquelles near to Calais on the northern coast of France and it is the quickest way to cross the channel. Eurotunnel is […]
How long does the Dover to Calais ferry take? The Dover to Calais crossing takes on average 1 hour and 30 minutes to get from England to France. Only 2 companies operate services upon the route. The Dover Calais ferry routes are the quickest and most popular way to cross the English Channel by ferry […]
Where is Dover Ferry Port? Have you ever wondered, Where is Dover Ferry Port? Dover Ferry Port is 1.5 miles from Dover town centre and is located at the Eastern Docks, CT16 1JA. Where is Dover? Dover is a town in Kent which is located in the South East of England. The town is a […]
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 […]