France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   English Channel (Manche) Ferryboats
Ferryboats between ports in southern England and Ireland, and French ports in Normandy and Brittany.




Lots of ferryboats cross the English Channel (La Manche) from southern English and Irish ports to reach Normandy and Brittany in France.

Choose your departure port:

Caen (Ouistreham)

To Portsmouth by Brittany Ferries.


To Dover by DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries.


To Portsmouth by Brittany Ferries and Condor Ferries. To Dublin and Rosslare by Irish Ferries, and to Rosslare by Stena Line.


To Newhaven by Brittany Ferries


To Dunkirk and Calais by DFDS Seaways, and to Calais by P&O Ferries.


To Cherbourg by Irish Ferries.


To Dover by DFDS Seaways.

Le Havre

To Portsmouth by Brittany Ferries and DFDS Seaways.


To Dieppe by DFDS Seaways.


To Roscoff by Brittany Ferries.


To Cherbourg by Brittany Ferries, to Saint-Malô by Condor Ferries.


To Caen, Cherbourg, Le Havre and Saint-Malô Brittany Ferries, to Cherbourg by Condor Ferries, and to Le Havre by DFDS Seaways.


To Rosslare by Irish Ferries. To Plymouth by Brittany Ferries.


To Cherbourg by Irish Ferries and Stena Line. To Roscoff by Irish Ferries.


To Portsmouth by Brittany Ferries, and to Weymouth/Poole by Condor Ferries.

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Brittany Ferries ship, Ouistreham, Caen, Normandy, France

A Brittany Ferries ship leaving Ouistreham,
the port for Caen, Normandy, on its way to Portsmouth, England.





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