Ferry to Dunkirk
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Book a ferry to Dunkirk with AFerry. Ferries to Dunkirk, in France, are available from England. You can take a ferry to Dunkirk from Dover.
Dunkirk Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Dunkirk are operated by DFDS. When you search for a ferry to Dunkirk, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Calais to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Dunkirk ferries with DFDS are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Dunkirk will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
|Dover - Dunkirk
Dunkirk Ferry Port is situated across the Channel from Dover on the coast of northern France. The Port of Dunkirk is France's third largest port, because it is conveniently located between London, Brussels and Paris. Dunkirk 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.
Dunkirk 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 Dunkirk port, you can easily reach the two covered shopping malls in the city centre, with all major brands and free car parking facilities available.
Dunkirk has 15 km of beautiful sandy beaches, known as the "Dunes de Flandre", making it an ideal holiday destination for families and surfers. In Dunkirk you can taste original Flemish food as well as fantastic fresh local seafood. Dunkirk is also well known for its new 27-hole golf course, which is located just 15km from the port.
Ferries to and from Dunkirk
DFDS Seaways operates a fleet of three modern purpose built vessels on their cross-channel route between Dover and Dunkirk. 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.
So book your Dunkirk ferry quickly, easily and securely today with AFerry!
Dunkirk port facilities
The Port of Dunkirk 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 Dunkirk
Dunkirk 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 (Dunkirk/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 Dunkirk Centre: Follow signs for Calais - take either the A16 to exit 53 (24) or the RN1, and follow signs to `Loon Plage/Car Ferry'.
Terminal Car ferry, Route du petit Denna, Port 5625, 59279 Loon-Plage, Dunkerque, France
03 Dec 2019An ideal way to start a non autoroute journey
As ever a simple way to enter France avoiding the congestion of Calais. DFDS are a well drilled team and always offer the best possible crossing. Thoroughly recommend!
Review by ANDREW UNDERWOOD
02 Dec 2019Great service
Problem free. Slight delay at Dunkerque check in due to only one booth open.
Review by JEREMY SPILLETT
30 Nov 2019nice and fast
nice and fast
Review by CATALIN CHIPAILA
28 Nov 2019Stress free crossing
DFDS is a good value, efficient and stress free way to cross the channel. I use them frequently.
Review by Rod Paton
27 Nov 2019Trip to Belgium
We travel to Belgium once or twice a year, but the standards are always the same, the staff are just as good. the only thing i found odd, on our return just before we docked they closed the toilet close to where everybody was sitting to clean them, so we all went looking for other toilets, not a lot of thought put into passenger needs.
Review by SUSAN GOLDSMITH