Le Harve Ferry Port
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Devastated in the Second World War, Le Havre has been rebuilt into a lively, bustling town that is France's largest foreign trade port, and the fifth biggest European port.
Le Havre is not only a large commercial port or an industrial centre, the city also has a beach and a yachting harbour, a beach that was awarded this year the Pavillon bleu label.
P & O Ferries operate a passenger, and freight ferry to and from Le Havre to Portsmouth – ‘The Pride of Le Havre’ up to 3 times daily.
Le Havre is linked to the rest of the country by the Normandy Bridge. There are 2 ferry terminals in Le Havre: the Terminal de Grande Bretagne (British terminal) is close to the rail and bus stations in the Bassin de la Citadelle and operates P&O Ferries sailings. Le Havre is about 200km from Paris on the A131 and has good motorway connections to the rest of France.
The town centre is a 10-minute journey from the ferry port. Buses marked 'Centre Ville' meet the ferries to take you into town.
Trains run to and from the SNCF station on Cours de la République. There is a shuttle bus service to both ferry terminals from the station.
Route Network and Le Havre Ferry Port Operators:
P&O Ferries - Le Havre to Portsmouth
Location: Head for the Terminal de Grande Bretagne.
Sailing frequency: Up to 3 return crossings daily.
Crossing time: 5 Hours 30 Minutes by day, 8 Hours by night.
Check in time: Minimum 45 minutes before departure.
Ferry Terminal Information:
Snack Bar/coffee shop
Baby Changing Facilities
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