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Find out more about our ferry ports in the UK, France, Spain and Ireland including directions, driving distances, facilities at the port, parking options and more.
Less than 2 hours from London by car and with great motorway links and rail connections, Portsmouth is a great choice for travelling to the continent from the Midlands and South England.
Poole ferry port lies centrally on the South Coast of England and is therefore easy to reach from London, the Midlands and the West Country.
Ideally situated for passengers coming from the West of England and Wales, Plymouth port offers Brittany Ferries sailings to France and Spain.
Caen ferry port in Ouistreham is 15km north of Caen itself and has direct access onto the autoroute fast road network for a convenient onward journey into France.
Cherbourg is one of the best-connected ferry ports in France and is a gateway to the beautiful Cotentin Peninsula.
Just a few minutes from the centre of beautiful St Malo on the north coast of Brittany, our St Malo port is closer to Brittany's beaches and holiday attractions
Perfect for those travelling from London and the South, sailing to Le Havre takes you closer to Paris and eastern France than any of our other routes.
Sitting at the western end of the Channel on Brittany's coast, Roscoff port is a great entry point to France for those travelling to Brittany, the Loire and Aquitaine.
Santander port is in the heart of the city so within easy walking distance of its shops and attractions as well as being the gateway to the Picos de Europa.
Bilbao ferry port is at Zierbena, 21km from Bilbao city, in the Pais Vasco region. It's perfect for exploring this region of Spain or heading south into Castila y Léon.
Rosslare Europort is located at the end of the N25 at Rosslare Harbour in south-east Ireland.
A choice of routes to France and Spain that save you miles of driving and award-winning on board service ensuring you are on holiday from the moment you drive aboard.
Ticket types that let you choose the level of flexibility needed when planning future travel
A 12 point guide that outlines the measures and procedures taken to protect all on board
Taking your own car offers the freedom and reassurance you need throughout your holiday