Ferry Ports

Ferry Ports

Over the next few pages, you will find information about all the ferry ports and the facilities which they have. You will find information on port addresses and telephone numbers. As well as information on parking in and around the ports.

Select a port from the list below to find information about your chosen ferry port:

Brittany Ferries

UK and Ireland – Cork, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth and Rosslare.

France – Caen, Cherbourg, Le Havre, Roscoff and St Malo.

Spain – Bilbao and Santander.

DFDS – ferry port and facilities

UK and Ireland – Dover, Newhaven, Newcastle.

France – Calais, Dunkirk, Dieppe.

Holland – Amsterdam.

Irish Ferries

UK and Ireland – Dublin, Holyhead, Pembroke, Rosslare.

France – Cherbourg.

P&O Ferries – ferry port and facilities

UK and Ireland – Cairnryan, Dover, Dublin, Hull, Larne, Liverpool.

Belgium – Zeebrugge.

France – Calais.

Holland – Rotterdam.

Steam Packet

Isle of Man – Douglas.

England – Heysham.

Ireland – Belfast, Dublin.

Stena Line

UK and Ireland – Cairnryan, Dublin, Fishguard, Harwich, Holyhead, Rosslare, Liverpool.

France – Cherbourg.

Holland – Hook of Holland.

Denmark – Frederikshavn, Grenaa.

Germany – Kiel, Rostock, Travemünde.

Latvia – Liepāja, Ventspils.

Poland – Gdynia.

Sweden – Gothenburg, Halmstad, Karlskrona, Trelleborg, Nynäshamn.

Wight Link

Isle of Wight – Fishbourne, Ryde, Yarmouth

Destination Guides

If you are looking for some inspiration for places to go and see while you are travelling. Why not check out our Destination Guides for some hints and tips. We have lots of ideas of things to see and do in the UK and across Europe.


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2 thoughts on “Ferry Ports

    1. Hi Peter

      Thanks for getting in touch. The best route is to go between Cairnryan and Belfast. In 2012 Stena Line replaced their Stranraer to Belfast ferry with their brand new Cairnryan to Belfast ferry. Cairnryan is just a 10 minute drive north of Stranraer. No ferries to Northern Ireland operate from Stranraer now. I hope this helps.

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