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DFDS Ferries to France

Book a ferry to France and explore everything Europe has to offer. With three different ferry routes from the UK to France, DFDS gives you the choice and flexibility to suit your travel plans.

Our ferries to France include crossings from Dover to Calais and Dover to Dunkirk, as well as from Newhaven to Dieppe, all with comfortable onboard facilities so you can really relax and enjoy the journey.

With regular ferry crossings to France, it’s easy to fit into your holiday schedule. Having your own vehicle with you also means you don’t have to worry about luggage limits, and you can travel around Europe at your own pace

Discover France with DFDS

With DFDS, it’s easy to sail from the UK to France. Our Dover ferries take just 90 minutes to Calais, and 2 hours to Dunkirk and our ferries from Newhaven to Dieppe take just 4 hours. Calais is ideal for visiting central and southern France. Dunkirk is great if you’re heading for Holland, Belgium, Germany or eastern Europe. Newhaven is great for exploring Brittany.

All ports offer convenient access to France’s motorway and if you travel from Dover to France you can return to the UK from either port, no matter which you sailed into. This unique flexibility - coupled with short Channel crossing times and up to 57 sailings daily between the UK and France makes us your first choice for ferries to France.

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