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Santander Ferries - Prices from £698

Book a ferry to Santander with AFerry. Ferries to Santander, in Spain, are available from England and Ireland. You can take a ferry to Santander from Cork, Plymouth and Portsmouth.

Santander Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Santander are operated by Brittany Ferries. When you search for a ferry to Santander, 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 Bilbao to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Santander ferries with Brittany Ferries 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 Santander will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Santander Routes

About Santander

Santander is the capital of the Spanish region of Cantabria; a region known for its culture, beautiful beaches and stunning scenery. Santander's old quarter is still in existence, though little of it remains. Worth a visit are the Gothic temple and the nearby medieval town of Santillana del Mar.

There is plenty to do in Santander, including the Dunas Liencas Natural Park, the Museo Provincial de Prehistoria, the Royal Magdalena Palace and the Carbárceno Natural Park, which is the largest zoo in Europe. Santander also boasts award-winning beaches, extensive shopping facilities and a wide range of restaurants and bars.

Ferries to and from Santander

Brittany Ferries onboard services on this route include a pool and leisure area, 2 cinemas, a casino, a children's play area, lounge areas and onboard entertainment from live bands, DJs and children's entertainers.

There is also a wide selection of bars and restaurants, including an a la carte restaurant, a poolside bar, a self-service cafeteria and a piano cocktail bar.

Brittany Ferries économie, is a newly launched ferry service between Portsmouth and France and Spain. It is a 'no-frills' service, ideal for those looking to travel at the cheapest possible price. Etretat is the ship operating the new économie service. On board you will find a bar, movie lounge, seating area and en-suite cabins.

Brittany Ferries économie also operate the crossing to Santander. The ship is the the Connemara. Whilst not a cruise ferry, you will find very comfortable cabins, lounges, self-service dining, shopping and a café/bar ensuring you are never bored on your journey.

Brittany Ferries offer great deals and promotions on Santander ferry crossings, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.

Santander Port

Santander Ferry Port is located in the centre of the city, and is easily accessible by both car and public transport. The city has been built up around the natural port, which has been used since before the occupation of the Roman Empire. The port of Santander is on the Northern Coast of Spain, and provides links by road and rail to the rest of Spain and Portugal. Ferries from Santander go to the United Kingdom and can be booked easily and cheaply online with AFerry

Santander port facilities

Santander Ferry Port has a wide range of facilities and services, including payphones, a cafeteria, and a shop selling food and beverages. Parking is available nearby.

Getting to Santander

Santander benefits from an excellent road network linking the city with the rest of Spain, Portugal and the South of France. At the heart of the city, Santander Ferry Port is easily accessible by road and public transport.

If you are travelling from the East, take the N634 west along the coast towards Coruna. If you are travelling from the West, then take the N634 eastwards towards Bilbao. Santander Ferry Port is located in the heart of the city, follow signs to Puerto, Zona Maritima or Ferry.

The station is 5mins away from the ferry with services to Bilbao and Oviedo. RENFE is the national railway system and has links to almost every town in Spain.

There is a coach station in Santander, about 5 minutes from the terminal and there are regular services to and from Madrid and Bilbao.

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Reviews

  • 11 Apr 2019
    Family road trip
    • Excellent experience-fantastic way to travel

      Review by Anon

  • 10 Apr 2019
    Nice trip
    • You should provide with a decent free WiFi. You WiFi is the worst I have ever used in my life. It was almost impossible to get connected. So many people were upset. The staff knew the thruth nevertheless they always said, we are trying to improve the signal.

      Review by Anon

  • 09 Apr 2019
    Aferry
    • these comments and the above star rating is for aferry and not Brittany ferry. I am very impressed with the way aferry treats its customers and the way they sort out problems very quckly.

      Review by DAVID DAVIES

  • 09 Apr 2019
    Brittany ferries
    • The ferry seems to have been designed as ferry for commercial vehicles. The food left a lot to be desired. The staff in the restaurant were very helpful, the rest of the staff seemed to be just doing a job. our outward ferry was cancelled because of the bay of Biscay and we were told that we could not get a ferry in 2 weeks which seemed very unfairbut thanks to the efficiency of aferry we were offered a ferry to caen, the ferry was much better than the one to Santander. Because of the bad weather in France it became a very expensive trip down having to stay at hotels on the way down to spain adding 2 extra days to the journey. although we had a refund for part of the journey it no way compensated for the extra cost.

      Review by DAVID DAVIES

  • 05 Apr 2019
    Expensive but really comfortable and the staff are amazing
    • Taking dogs abroad is so important for us. The kennels provided are COLD and impersonal. But the staff are wonderful so all in all I truly enjoyed the trip. (My dogs HATED every minute) The walking area for pets has wide bars that my dogs strolled through so they couldn't use it. The kennels are COLD metal boxes and totally pet unfriendly

      Review by JACQUELINE JACKSON