Ferry to France
France has always been a hotspot for British holidaymakers, with its great climate, great food and beautiful sceneries it is a great place to get away for a long or short holiday. Traveling by ferry to France is not only convenient but is also a cheap alternative compared to the "lowcost" airlines where you are being charged all sorts of additional fees and where it takes ages to cross the security, not even to mention the cramped airline seats and "unforseen" delays.
DFDS Seaways operates 24 daily sailings between Dover and Dunkirk and operates a fleet of three modern cross Channel ferries and offers ferry crossings to France with Day offers starting at just £19 and special Multi trip and Short Break offers starting at £25.
P&O Ferries operates up to 46 daily sailings between Dover and Calais and is the biggest ferry operator on the Channel. Ferry tickets start at just £29 for a car and passenger.
Brittany Ferries operates over 20 daily departures between Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to the French ports of Caen, Cherbourg, Roscoff or St Malo. Next to ferries to France Brittany ferries offers ferries to Spain and sails to the ports of Bilbao and Santander.
Seafrance is no longer operating and their routes have been taken over by DFDS Seaways and LD Lineoperates on the Dover to Calais route and operate 20 sailings a day with a fleet of 3 relatively new ships which have been build specifically for this route. Onboard the ferries you will find bars, restaurants and shops and an onboard Bureau de Change where you can change currency without any extra costs.
Euroferries offers a highspeed link between Ramsgate and Boulogne with a crossing time of just 75 minutes. Euroferries is a small player on the English Channel but with a 75 minute crossing and prices starting at just £49 for a day return with 5 passengers its a very interesting alternative.