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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Regretfully there are currently no ferry services to Boulogne available. To compare ferries between Dover and Calais (and Dunkirk), please use our Dover to Calais ferries page.
Boulogne port facilities
Free car parking facilities are available at the Boulogne Ferry Terminal and are linked directly with Boulogne town centre by a pedestrian walkway.
Getting to Boulogne
From Calais or Rouen take the A16 until exit 29 then follow the signs for "Boulogne Port" up until the Boulogne Ferry terminal.
From Reims take the A26 until the junction with the N42, and then follow the N42 in the direction of Boulogne Port.
Boulogne Ferry Port is located on northern coast of France opposite the port of Dover. The convenient location of Boulogne Ferry port allows easy access to the port itself but also to shops and restaurants in the surrounding area. A new road link from the Port of Boulogne takes you directly onto the main A16 and the entire French motorway network.
About BoulogneBoulogne - or Boulogne-Sur-Mer as it is properly known is the ideal tourist destination in France. Located in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, it is a stunning seaside town full of hotels, restaurants and bars. The town itself appears to consist of two parts. The lower part is connected to the sea and fishing and features Nausicaà, the National Sea Centre. The upper half is where you will find the castle museum, basilica and belfry.
Boulogne will also delight foodies. Especially seafood fans. Mussels and fries (moules et frites) are a must try but you'll find a variety of fresh fish.
25 Dec 2016thank you
Satisfied from the journey. I would use again.
Review by sergey mihaylov
19 Dec 2016Old ferries, expensive food
But cheapest way to get to France
Review by Anon
13 Nov 2016traveling experience
the boarding was a pleasant experience. Embarking would have been better if we were released 10to 20mins later than experienced, as we sat in our cars for over 20mins..not a problem for adults save for very young children (3 children less than 9yrs old)
Review by Anon
10 Nov 2016Easy on Slow off.
Overall a very good experience after suffering the usual motorway hold ups. Boarding was fine and the two hour meal break on board was fine. It's all ok just the getting off at the other end...soooo slow! Otherwise all ok.
Review by Alan Cotton.
21 Oct 2016Overpriced cold food avoid breakfast
The breakfast well expensive over twenty pounds for two breakfasts it was also flat cold eggs stone cold. Besides that all was good on board
Review by Stuart