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Getting to the Languedoc:  Ferries

Below are details of ferries from the UK to the French and Belgian Coast - some of which operate only in the Summer. There are also ferries from Rossaire and Cork in Ireland, and also ferries direct from Meditaerranean ports to the Languedoc listed here.

 

UK to France

Dover - Calaise (P&O Stena)
Distance by Road, Calaise - Languedoc-Rousillon, 709 miles
Portsmouth - Le Havre (Britanny Ferries)
 Distance by Road, Le Havre - Languedoc-Rousillon, 615 miles 
Folkestone_Boulogne (Hoverspeed).   
Portsmouth - Caen (Britanny Ferries)
 Distance by Road, Caen - Languedoc-Rousillon, 589 miles 
Plymmouth - Roscoff (Britanny Ferries).   
Portsmouth - St-Malo (Britanny Ferries)
  Distance by Road, St-Malo - Languedoc-Rousillon, 590 miles
Weymouth - St-Malo (Condor Ferries),
via the Channel Islands
  Distance by Road, St-Malo - Languedoc-Rousillon, 590 miles
Poole - Cherbourg (Britanny Ferries).   
Portsmouth - Cherbourg (P&O).   
Newhaven - Dieppe (Hoverspeed, Catamaran
  Distance by Road, Dieppe - Languedoc-Rousillon, 615 miles

 

PO Ferries

 

NorfolkLine Ferries

 

 

UK to Belgium

Hull - Zeebrugge (P&O)
  Distance by Road, Zeebrugge - Languedoc-Rousillon, 721 miles
Teeside - Zeebrugge (P&O).
   Distance by Road, Zeebrugge - Languedoc-Rousillon, 721 miles

 

Ireland to France

Rosslare - Cherbourg (Celtic Link)
  Distance by Road, Zeebrugge - Languedoc-Rousillon, 721 miles
Cork - Roscoff (Britanny Ferries)
Rosslare - Cherbourg (Irish Ferries)
Roscoff - Rosslare (Irish Ferries)

 

Irish Ferries

 

To the Mediterranean Coast of the Languedoc

Tangir - Sete (Compagnie Marocaine de Navigation)   

 

 

There may be dozens of sailings per day on popular routes in high season (eg Dover-Calaise). Services are less frequent in Winter than in Summer - and may be cancelled due to bad weather. There are overnight services on longer routes such as Portsmouth-Le Havre. It used to to be possible to save large amounts of money by buying a day return and only using it for one half of the journey - but this loophole has now been closed.

 

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