Ferry Port Guide
Ferry Ports in Europe
At Ferryonline we have provided a guide to ferry ports in europe with ferry port services and facilities combined with full ferry route details per port.
Travelling by ferry is a great and usually much cheaper alternative to air travel. A trip to one of Europe's ferry ports means you don’t have to worry about excess baggage and there are no hidden charges! Ferry travel is both very affordable and there are numerous daily sailings to most of the most popular destinations with no worries about lost luggage on route.
Some of the larger ports in Europe such as Zeebrugge in Belgium and Calais in France are better equipped than most European airports. If you are travelling as a foot passenger you will find a network of cheap and efficient public transport systems crossing Europe and beyond.
There are various ways to pass your time at each port terminal whilst you wait to board your vessel. You could spend time browsing the many shops, restaurants and bars. Our site has information on European destinations and their ports, sailing times for each route. We highlight special offers directly from the ferry operators including Britanny Ferries, P&O, LD Lines, Stena, and Norfolkline, part of DFDS Seaways for various cross channel sailings.