Holland Ferry Port Maps >>    Harwich - Hook of Holland  | Hull - Rotterdam  | Hull - Zeebrugge   | Newcastle - Amsterdam  | Dover - Calais (Via France)  |



Harwich to Hook of Holland Ferry Port Information

Ferries to Ireland

Harwich Hook van Holland ferry with Stena Line

Book a ferry on the popular Harwich to Hook of Holland crossing with Stena Line. Take the ferry to Holland with Stena Line. Offering day and overnight sailings from Harwich to the Hook of Holland you can speed across on the Stena HSS or sail across on a Superferry. With ensuite cabin accommodation and free meals on overnight services, you're sure to enjoy a comfortable trip. What's more, with new lower fares and all online bookings saving 10, there's never been a better time to get onboard! Ferry from Harwich to Hook of Holland with Stena Line. Why not visit Amsterdam, Rotterdam or The Hague? German cities of Cologne and Bremen closer than you think.

Book a Harwich Ferry across the North Sea to Hook of Holland with Stena Line. Book a Harwich Ferry with whichferry.co.uk

HARWICH FERRY PORT INFORMATION

Harwich ferry port is located on the south bank of the river Stour in essex. It is a modern and very efficient port with 4 crossings per day to Holland.

Directions to Harwich Ferry Port by Car

Follow the main A12 road from London to just north of Colchester, then take the A120 to Harwich. From Norwich you take the A140 to north of Ipswich, then the A45 bypass round Ipswich, the A137 to Manningtree, and from there follow signs to Harwich.



Ferries to Ireland

Ferries to Holland

Hook of Holland Ferry Port Information

Hook van Holland ferry with Stena Line

Book a Harwich ferry to Hook of Holland an Ideal gateway into Holland and Northern Europe. Book a ferry now with whichferry.co.uk

Hook Of Holland Ferry Port Information

Hook of Holland is a district of Rotterdam on the North Sea, located 48 miles from Amsterdam. It is a terminus for ships that cross the channel from Harwich, the only passenger route to the Hook of Holland, and is operated by Stena Line with crossings up to 3 times daily. Amsterdam and all other major Dutch cities are easily accessible from this port. The ferry service is an ideal gateway to the rest of Holland and Northern Europe by train or travelling in your own vehicle. The Amsterdam Express and local rail services arrive directly outside the terminal building.

Directions to Hook van Holland Ferry port by car.

The Excellent E30/E25 network of motorways links the Hook of Holland port with Amsterdam, Rotterdam and the rest of Holland. Join the motorway and follow the signs to "Engeland" and "Hook van Holland".


Holland is home to Van Gogh, tulips, wind mills and channels. Why not take a Ferry to Holland with whichferry.co.uk to take a further look at the local attractions.

North Holland has everything for a varied short or long holiday. North Holland is Holland in a nutshell. All those elements which are so typical of the Netherlands you will find in North Holland. Beautiful beaches, historic towns and villages with exciting museums and cosy restaurants, water in and surrounding the province, miles and miles of walking and cycling paths, flowering bulbfields in the spring. We'`ve got it all. North Holland is Holland at its purest.

A Ferry to Holland will let you explore the Dutch peninsula's North Sea coast! The Noord-Holland Peninsula's North Sea coast combines kilometres of sand with the unspoilt natural environment of the Noord-Holland Dunes Reserve, popular with walkers and cyclists in summer and winter alike. Or take advantage of the country's countless options for water sports. Sailing, canoeing, rowing, wind or kite surfing, or cruising the water on your own motor yacht - plenty of choice. Try the veritable water sports paradise between Utrecht and Amsterdam, including the marvellous 'waterscapes' of Loosdrecht, Vinkeveen and Aalsmeer.

Further south you will find hilly landscape, great local cuisine and beautiful, picturesque villages - a great setting for a short break or holiday. This area is also the home of Mondo Verde Gardens near Valkenburg where you can admire China in springtime, Siberia in the summer, Portugal in autumn and Morocco during wintertime, just a few examples of the many varieties of gardens that Mondo Verde Gardens can offer. Taking a Ferry to Holland will also bring you close to Holland's famous bulbgrowing region with numerous flower exhibitions through the year.

If art is your interest there will be plenty of options as well with the well-know Dutch masters of painting such as Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Mondrian etc. With whichferry.co.uk you can book your ferry for your next trip to Holland. Our popular ferry routes to Holland include; Harwich to Hook of Holland (Harwich to Hook van Holland) with Stena Line Ferries, Hull to Rotterdam and Hull to Zeebrugge (Belgium) with P&O Ferries.

A Ferry to Holland will take you there to explore all of the above. Explore Holland by car, on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Explore Holland with whichferry.co.uk. Our ferry routes include; Harwich - Hook of Holland, with Stena Line Hull - Rotterdam and Hull - Zeebrugge in Belgium with P&O North Sea Ferries. You can also use the ferry service Newcastle - Amsterdam with DFDS seaways, or take the Dover - Calais route (Via France).


Use our unbiased guide to book your ferry to Ireland

  Compare Routes: Check ferry prices on different routes

  Best Ferry Price Tips: Look out for our tips on best deals

  Compare Operators: Compare ferry prices with different operators

  Compare Agents: Which agents offer the best ferry prices to Ireland

  Book Ferry Tickets: Book your ideal ferry trip online using our tips.

Superb source of information. Very reasonable prices made simple to compare
and make the right choice. Have bookmarked your page and will use again. Thanks...

Harry Glossop, Wilts, UK


Ferry to Holland Information >>    Holland Regions   | Ferry To Holland   |

 
2006 ©ferryholland    Links