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Book a Dover Calais Ferry across the English Channel to the English port of Dover. Choose a Dover Calais Ferry from three different operators - SeaFrance, P&O-Ferries-Dover-Calais and the EuroTunnel. Book a Dover Calais Ferry with Any

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Backed by its famous White Cliffs, Dover is located in Kent, on England's southeastern tip and is the UK's closest geographical point to Continental Europe.

Getting There

By Road
Dover is 70 miles south of London, directly linked to the M2/A2 and M20/A20, both of which connect to the M25.
Dover's SeaFrance and P&O Ferries Terminal is situated to the east of the town at the Eastern Docks and the Hoverspeed terminal is to the west. Both can be easily reached by foot or taxi from Dover Priory Station. If you are travelling by car, simply follow the clearly signposted routes from the A2 or A20.

By Rail & Coach
Frequent direct trains to Dover Priory Station run from London Victoria and London Charing Cross mainline stations. Approximate journey time is 1hr 45 mins.
Regular National Express Coach services travel to Dover from London Victoria Coach Station. Approximate travel time is 2hrs 30 mins.


When you arrive in Calais, you are in the Pas de Calais region of France. There are a wide variety of places to visit, each just a short drive from Calais. From the famous fishing port of Boulogne to the town of Hesdin set in the pretty forests of the Seven Valleys, there is plenty to see.

Getting There

Hoverspeed, SeaFrance, P&O Ferries Terminals

By Car

The quays of the Port of Calais are directly connected (via the new autoroute bypass) to the European motorway network by the A26 (Calais-Dijon) - which serves the centre of France and provides access to Southern Europe avoiding Paris. The A16 links to the Benelux and Northern Europe motorway systems.

By Bus
A free bus service operates daily, taking you to and from the ferry port to Place D'Armes and the central Calais-Ville railway station in Calais-Sud.

By Rail
Trains run daily between Calais and Amiens, Boulogne, Etaples, Le Touquet, Lille and Paris. A free bus service connects the train station in Calais with the ferry port.

Eurotunnel Terminal

By Car

From the North of Paris, take the A1 motorway towards Lille, or from the West of Paris take the A16 motorway towards Calais. Follow the signs for 'Tunnel sous la manche' and leave the motorway at exit number 13.

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