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Visting France

Ferry Routes

Alderney to France

Alderney to Dielette

1 Sailings Weekly
55 mins

Algeria to France

Corsica to France

England to France

Guernsey to France

Ireland to France

Jersey to France

Morocco to France

Sardinia to France

Tunisia to France

Why take a ferry to France?

Booking a ferry to or from France couldn't be easier with Compare Ferries. France is one of the most diverse and fascinating countries in the world, with something to please everyone. From the majestic peaks of the Alps and the Pyrenees and their world class ski resorts to coastal treasures like Biarritz and the Cote d'Azur, France is a fascinating mix of the traditional and modern, the dynamic and the relaxed - and that's without mentioning Paris!

If you're heading to France, allow Compare Ferries to take the strain out of checking major ferry operators like DFDS, P&O Ferries, Stena Line, Brittany Ferries, Condor, Eurotunnel and more while travelling to and from the number one tourist destination in the world. Sail to Calais, Dunkirk, Dieppe, St Malo, Roscoff, Cherbourg and Caen or explore ferries to and from the Channel Islands, Ireland, Corsica, Sardinia, Morocco and many more European and African destinations. Compare Ferries receives the latest prices and special offers from the leading UK ferry companies including DFDS, P&O Ferries, Brittany Ferries, Irish Ferries, Stenaline, Condor Ferries, Eurotunnel and more, use our easy to use search to book your next ferry crossing.

Highlights of France

Whether you choose to head towards the Loire Valley with its stunning chateaux or further south to Cathar Country, the architecture of France will astonish you. If pre-history is your thing, then a trip to the world famous Lascaux caves will take you back to the birthplace of man. The lavender fields of Provence will enchant you and don't miss star attractions like Mont St. Michel in Brittany, Carcassone in the south west and of course Disneyland Paris, every child's dream destination.

Whether you're going on a family camping trip, heading for an adventure holiday in the mountains or simply want to enjoy a beachside idyll, France has so much to offer the tourist. Dynamic and modern, yet still with its feet planted firmly in its illustrious past, there's no wonder France remains one of the world's must-visit destinations. And with its excellent motorway infrastructure linking directly to the major ferry ports, you can be at your destination in no time. Compare Ferries has the most up to date timetables, routes and fares for ferries to and from the UK. Use our ferry search to compare prices and to book your next ferry crossing.

The culture, food and drinks

From the treasures of the Louvre and the Pompidou in Paris to the regional museums of arts, crafts and history to be found in every French region, you'll be immersed in the rich history and heritage of this fabulous country. France currently has 43 UNESCO World Heritage sites including Chartres Cathedral, the Canal du Midi and the historic heart of Avignon, but there's history around every corner if you keep your eyes open.

The great wine chateaux of Bordeaux combine two of France's greatest passions: wine and architecture. But the champagne cellars of Reims and Epernay are also unmissable, as are the great vintages of Burgundy. Coupled with some of the finest wines in the world is some of its greatest food, from Michelin starred restaurants to beach side shacks selling seafood straight from the ocean.

Every region has its local specialities like foie gras and truffles, charcuterie, patisserie, bread and cheese. France really is the foodie's paradise, with some of the greatest wines in the world to wash it all down with. A trip to a local vineyard is an absolute must - and don't miss the degustation! There's also a thriving micro-brewery scene and of course the French also enjoy their spirits like Cognac and Pastis. No dinner is complete without a local aperitif to whet your appetite and a digestif to ensure a peaceful night's sleep!

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