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Dunkirk ferry information:
The ferry to Dunkirk sails from Dover and is operated by DFDS Seaways. There are up to 12 crossings per day and the crossing time is approximately two hours.
When you book ferries to Dunkirk with AFerry, we also compare ferries to Calais with DFDS and P&O Ferries and Eurotunnel trains so you get the whole picture.
Dunkirk is one of our most popular ports, to get your desired sailing or a cheap price we always suggest booking early.
Dunkerque Ferry Port is situated across the Channel from Dover on the coast of northern France. The Port of Dunkerque is France's third largest port, because it is conveniently located between London, Brussels and Paris. Dunquerue allows passengers to quickly and efficiently embark, or disembark at the port, making it more convenient than the nearby port of Calais (45km away), which has far more sailings per day. All sailings to Dunkerque can be booked through AFerry
Dunkerque is a city that has a lot to offer, from shops and great traditional restaurants, to sandy beaches and a brand new golf course.
From Dunkerque Ferry port, you can easily reach the two covered shopping malls in the city centre, with all major brands and free car parking facilities available.
Dunkerque has 15 km of beautiful sandy beaches, known as the "Dunes de Flandre", making it an ideal holiday destination for families and surfers.
In Dunkerque you can taste original Flemish food as well as fantastic fresh local seafood. Dunkerque is also well known for its new 27-hole golf course, which is located just 15km from the Ferry Port.
Ferries to and from Dunkerque
DFDS Seaways operates a fleet of three modern purpose built vessels on their cross-channel route between Dover and Dunkerque. This service is purely for motorists - no foot passengers or coaches are able to travel on this route, making getting on and off very quick. On board you will find A luxurious VIP lounge, a wide selection of restaurants and bars, dedicated play areas for children and shops offering great value.
Dunkerque port facilities
The Port of Dunkerque offers a wide range of facilities for disabled people. Any member of staff is able to help, should you need assistance. In the terminal there is a full range of services from lounges, bars, toilets and children's play areas to car parking facilities.
Getting to Dunkerque
Dunkerque Ferry Port is well linked to the main European motorway network.
From the A25 (Lille) motorway: Join the A16, in the direction of Calais.
From the A16 (Dunkerque/Belgium): Take exit 53 (24), and follow signs towards the `Port Rapide/Car Ferry' terminal.
From St. Omer: The D600 crosses the A16 direct to the Terminal.
From Dunkerque Centre: Follow signs for Calais - take either the A16 to exit 53 (24) or the RN1, and follow signs to `Loon Plage/Car Ferry'.
So book your Dunkerque ferry simply and easily today with AFerry.