Dover Ferry Port
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Dover ferries and routes
- LD Lines - Dover to Boulogne
(No longer available - closed September 2010)
Dover port information
Dover ferry port is located on the south-east coast of England with excellent connections to the local rail and road networks. Dover's ferry port is directly linked to the M2/A2 motorways via Canterbury and M20/A20 via Ashford and is just 70 miles from London.
If travelling as a foot passenger, you can get a train to Dover Priory railway station which is about 5 minutes from the ferry port of Dover by a taxi. Alternatively, there are regular shuttle bus services leaving from outside the station entrance every 20 minutes to Dover Eastern docks. These shuttle services operate between 7:00 am and 21:00 pm daily and charge a small amount for the service.
The Port of Dover
Dover port directions and car parking information:
Places of interest around Dover port:
Apart from strolling along the beautiful white cliffs, there are plenty of attractions, including Dover Castle (and its ghost), Dover museum and the Old Town Gaol. Street theatre is performed all year at a variety of locations around the town.
Find out more about the UK's busiest ferry port at the Dover port website.