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Dover - Calais Ferry Port Information


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

Directions to Dover Ferry Port by Car

Dover is 70 miles south of London, directly linked to the M2/A2 and M20/A20, both of which connect to the M25. The 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.

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Calais Ferry Port Information

Calais ferry with Seafrance and P and O Ferries

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Calais Ferry Port Information

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.

Directions to Calais Ferry port 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.

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 Zeebrugge 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 - Zeebrugge 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).

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