Boulogne Ferry Port
The LD Lines ferry route from Dover to Boulogne closed in September 2010, as a result is no longer available on Ferrybooker.com. However, we can offer alternative routes from Dover including to Calais and Dunkirk.
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Boulogne ferries and routes
- LD Lines - Dover to Boulogne
(No longer available - closed September 2010)
Boulogne port information
Situated on the northern coast of France, Boulogne is perfectly located for national and European road and rail links. The port is 10 minutes away from the A16 motorway, 3 hours away from Paris and just over two hours away from Brussels. The port is in the heart of Boulgone, making exploring this charming and traditional French town simple once you arrive in port.
If travelling as a foot passenger, the main station is Boulogne Ville, a short bus ride away from the port with direct trains to Paris and Lille.
Entrée Gare Maritime
Places of interest around Boulogne port:
An important fishing port, Boulogne, officially know as Boulgone-sur-Mer, is a historic French city with many attractions and historic buildings to visit. The Belfry, in the centre of the town, is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sights. Boulogne is also the home of the French National Sea Centre, full of fascinating sealife.
For more about what to see and do in Boulogne, see the official Boulogne-sur-Mer website.