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.
GET IN TOUCH
Terminal de la Citadelle, Normandy, Le Havre76600France
Due to our new health & safety measures, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes before departure.
The terminal is close to the city centre of Le Havre and you should follow signs for 'Terminal de Citadelle' and 'Ferries'.
Crossing the Pont du Normandie toll bridge takes you into Normandy, past Honfleur. Go east on the A131 to join the A13 that goes direct to Paris. The A29 takes you north towards Amiens.
If no taxis are available outside the terminal at the time of ferry departures and arrivals, ask for a member of our staff o our information desk to book one for you. It costs approximately 7€ to the train station and 10€ to the town centre.
As well as the free shuttle bus (on presentation of your Brittany Ferries ticket to the bus driver) to the train station, there are bus stops near the entrance of the port. Buses marked 'Centre Ville' will take you into the town centre, around 10 minutes away.
A free shuttle bus runs between the terminal and the train station taking around 5 minutes. The schedule is:
Sat-Wed at 09:10 from the ferry terminal and at 15:55 from the train station.
Thu and Fri at 09:10 from the ferry terminal and 20:25 from the train station.
In case the ferry is delayed, you will be redirected to line 4 of the LiA network which runs a frequent and rapid link between the "St-François" stop (rue du Général Faidherbe), near the terminal, and the "Gares" stop (Cours Lafayette), opposite the railway station. The bus ticket costs 1,80€ on board. For further information, go to: http://www.transports-lia.fr/
Le Havre SNCF train station is just a few minutes' walk from the ferry terminal or you can hop on the free shuttle bus. There are regional trains and a regular service to Paris that takes just over 2 hours. For train times and to book a ticket visit uk.voyages-sncf.com/en/.
Le Havre port facilities
Vending machines for coffee and snacks
Wheelchair-accessible building with information desk and departure lounge on the first floor
Shuttles connect the ferry terminal to the ship, including a bus equipped with a ramp for easy access for pedestrians and a minibus specially adapted for the disabled with a chair lift.
Wheelchairs available in case of emergency
Disabled toilets on ground floor in terminal
Shuttle bus for foot passengers
Baby change area
Muzzled dogs on a lead are allowed in all areas of the port
TRAVELLING WITH DOGS
After check-in there is a small grassed area alongside the vehicle check-in lanes. There is also a small grassed area just outside of the port.
The nearest park to the port is forêt de Montgeon, a 270 hectare park in the north of Le Havre (14 minutes drive).
The port car park is available for both short and long-stay parking. Vehicles are parked at the owner's risk.
Please note: due to maintenance work in Le Havre ferry port, the car park is temporarily unavailable. Please allow extra time to get to the terminal.