Dieppe ferry port connects the north of France with the port of Newhaven, England. It offers a selection of up to 18 ferry crossings per week and takes around 4 hours to complete.
The port at Dieppe has quite an interesting history. Up to the end of WW1, it was primarily a coal and oil port which supplied many parts of France. It then rebranded itself into a big fruit importer - with bananas from the Canaries and citrus fruits from Morocco becoming the major imports. It has since been reconstructed further to accommodate the growing ferry industry.
The route is offered by DFDS Seaways and there is just one terminal for this crossing. It is also the most direct connection between Paris and London.
If you are travelling by car, Dieppe is along the coast on the A28 from Calais and Le Touquet. It is a few miles outside of Rouen on the N27. Dieppe ferry terminal is well sign-posted from the edge of the town. In terms of parking, there is a small open car park just opposite to the passenger terminal, usually reserved for foot passengers and a maximum stay of 96 hours.
If you are travelling by rail, connecting trains for the ferry port arrive at the quay. The main SNCF station - with trains to and from Paris and Rouen - is on Boulevard Clemenceau, a 500m walk from the port.
If you are travelling by bus, a shuttle service runs from May to September from the SNCF train station to the Ferry terminal. The rest of the year, bus line 1 runs from the SNCF train station to the bus stop 'Pollet' and then you have to walk to the Ferry terminal.
Quai Gaston Lalitte, 76200 Dieppe France
Phone: 33 2 32 14 47 00
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