Cheap Cross Channel Ferries

The English Channel is a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean that splits Great Britain from northern France and connects the North Sea with the Atlantic. Spanning about 350 miles in length, its width ranges from a hefty 150 miles at its broadest to a mere 21 mi across the Strait of Dover.

For those looking to hop across the Channel to the European mainland, there are plenty of options. Whether it's shooting over on a high-speed train or cruising there on a ferry, you can find a route that's not only speedy and wallet-friendly but also comfortable and kinder to the planet than flying.

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The Channel Tunnel is one of the great engineering marvels of the 20th century, and offers two ways to travel across it.

Cross Channel Trains

The high-speed passenger train, offering links from London to destinations such as Bruges, Amsterdam, Lille, and even Disneyland Paris.

This train carries freight and all forms of vehicle: cars, campervans, motorbikes, and lorries included. Departing from Folkestone, Eurotunnel trains operate to Calais.

Cross Channel Ferries

Travel with companies such as Brittany, Condor, Seafrance, and P&O.

Brittany Ferries

Condor Ferries

  • St. Malo (Brittany) to Poole or Weymouth

LD Lines

  • Le Havre (France) to Portsmouth or Newhaven
  • Dieppe (France) to Newhaven - summer only

Seafrance Ferries

Speed Ferries

P&O Ferries

  • Bilbao (Spain) to Portsmouth
  • Calais (France) to Dover

Norfolk Line