France

Ruta:

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1 crossings weekly
26 hr
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2 crossings weekly
10 hr 28 min
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infrequent crossings
10 hr 30 min
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1 crossings weekly
1 hr 55 min
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6 crossings weekly
1 hr 25 min
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3 crossings weekly
12 hr
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3 crossings weekly
10 hr 30 min
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1 crossings weekly
7 hr 29 min
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1 crossings daily
7 hr
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7 crossings weekly
12 hr 30 min
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3 crossings weekly
5 hr 30 min
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7 crossings weekly
9 hr
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3 crossings weekly
12 hr 30 min
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infrequent crossings
4 hr 5 min
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1 crossings weekly
6 hr 30 min
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3 crossings weekly
13 hr 30 min
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1 crossings weekly
11 hr 29 min
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2 crossings weekly
12 hr 30 min
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14 crossings daily
1 hr 30 min
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4 crossings daily
1 hr 30 min
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16 crossings daily
30 min
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10 crossings daily
2 hr
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30 crossings daily
35 min
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2 crossings daily
4 hr
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3 crossings weekly
5 hr 30 min
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7 crossings weekly
4 hr 30 min
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2 crossings daily
5 hr 45 min
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1 crossings weekly
7 hr 45 min
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5 crossings weekly
11 hr
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infrequent crossings
14 hr
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2 crossings weekly
18 hr
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1 crossings weekly
16 hr 59 min
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3 crossings weekly
16 hr
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infrequent crossings
40 hr 30 min
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2 crossings weekly
38 hr
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3 crossings weekly
39 hr
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1 crossings weekly
37 hr
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2 crossings weekly
9 hr
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1 crossings weekly
22 hr 30 min
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1 crossings weekly
21 hr
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2 crossings weekly
21 hr
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infrequent crossings
42 hr

France can be called an open-air museum country. A recognized center of world culture, a country with a rich historical past, diverse nature, spread on the shores of the open Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, annually receives about 90 million tourists. French cuisine is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Paris, the capital of France is filled with tourists all year round. In the summer season, especially popular seaside resorts on the Atlantic coast. The Mediterranean coast of France – this is the world-famous Cote d'Azur, which is also filled with tourists all year round, and in the high summer season it turns literally into a place of pilgrimage of tourists from all over the world.

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French main ports and ferry lines

France – a major maritime power, successfully competing for centuries with Great Britain as the ruler of the seas.

The most important passenger and ferry ports in France are located on the shores of the English Channel (Dunkirk, Calais, Le Havre, Cherbourg, Roscoff), the Bay of Biscay (La Rochelle) and the Mediterranean (Marseille, Toulon, Nice). To the latter we should add the ports of the island of Corsica (Ajaccio, Bastia, Porto Vecchio, Bonifacio and others).

From ports on the Atlantic coast there are ferry services to Great Britain and Ireland, large offshore islands of Jersey, Guernsey and Maine Mediterranean ports link France with its island department of Corsica, ports of Italy, Spain, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco.

Booking ferry tickets from French ports

All companies welcome early booking at any time of year. Regular customers are offered club discounts, discount tickets, group discounts, partner programs and many other benefits. Flight frequencies and ticket prices can vary depending on the season. Some ports, especially on Mediterranean islands, have a modest tourist infrastructure, so tickets are best purchased online. In addition, there may be a cash service charge for purchasing tickets at the ports' box offices. Purchase tickets for ferries from France on our website, you will save time, money and plan your journey according to your preferences.