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You can book your Calais Ferry crossing simply and securely online using the drop down menus below. You can easily compare the prices of different ferry crossings so that you are confident you have chosen the best deal.
Ferry Travel.com offers a ticketless service. When your booking is complete you will immediately be given a booking reference number which is all that is needed to board your Calais Ferry.
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CALAIS FERRY TERMINAL MAP
Map Key: B SeaFrance/P&O Ferries C Eurotunnel
CALAIS FERRY PORT INFORMATION
When you arrive in Calais, you are in the Pas de Calais region of France. There are a wide variety of places to visit, each just a short drive from Calais. From the famous fishing port of Boulogne to the town of Hesdin set in the pretty forests of the Seven Valleys, there is plenty to see.
Hoverspeed, SeaFrance, P&O Ferries Terminals
The quays of the Port of Calais are directly connected (via the new autoroute bypass) to the European motorway network by the A26 (Calais-Dijon) - which serves the centre of France and provides access to Southern Europe avoiding Paris. The A16 links to the Benelux and Northern Europe motorway systems.
A free bus service operates daily, taking you to and from the ferry port to Place D'Armes and the central Calais-Ville railway station in Calais-Sud.
Trains run daily between Calais and Amiens, Boulogne, Etaples, Le Touquet, Lille and Paris. A free bus servi
CALAIS FERRY SPECIAL OFFERS
Below are cheap Calais Ferry crossings and special offers.
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|Book by 22 December 2006
|Book by 31 December 2006