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One of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe for UK travellers, there is a whole host of places to visit and enjoy within Spain, for any traveller.
Home to an array of beautiful and historical cities, both within the country, and on the coastline, Spain is known for its mild climates, remarkable landscapes, and friendly locals, so this is the perfect place to visit, no matter what the purpose of your visit is.
There are a large number of ferries running to Spain from over 17 destinations, such as from Ireland, Ibiza, Italy, France, and with up to 2974 ferries running per week across 100 routes, there is no shortage of ferries to choose from when sailing to Spain, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
Ferries to Spain can take between 20 minutes and 59 hours and 30 minutes, depending on the route, the operator, and weather conditions.
Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.
Ferries to Spain are provided by 17 operators, including Trasmediterranea, Grimaldi Lines, Balearia, Fred Olsen Express, and GNV.
You can currently get a ferry to Spain from over 17 destinations, including Ibiza, Ireland, Lanzarote, England, and Mallorca, as well as ferries running within Spain itself.
You can take your pet with you on certain ferry routes to Spain, but this is entirely dependent on the operator.
I traveled on board the Normandie from Caen to Portsmouth last night and enjoyed a pleasant and fast night crossing back to England. The Normandie is a rather nice ferry, its facilities look new. I booked an inside cabin and, even though it''s pretty small, it''s very comfortable. The advantage of traveling overnight by ferry is you don''t get the feeling of wasting a day off traveling!Read More Read Less
"Bretagne, sweet Bretagne!"
I live in London and traveled on board The Bretagne from Portsmouth to St Malo to go home for few days. It''s a nice, not too big ferry. The food is good quality for value and the entertainment very family orientated, with singers and magician. I booked the night crossing, but too late to get a cabin, so I got a reclining seat. It''s "ok" for few hours, but I ended up sleeping on the floor as most people in the salon. On a final note, it was a good experience, cheaper than the plane and I really enjoyed the arrival overlooking St Malo!Read More Read Less
"Spirit of Britain"
I am a regular ferry traveller between the UK and France and took the opportunity to travel on P&O's new ferry The Spirit of Britain shortly after she came into service. She is a large modern fast ferry and on one occasion when there was a considerable swell in the channel she took it in her stride and brushed the waves aside without any noticeable movement of the ship, something that is not always the case with the smaller older ferries on that route. Onboard facilities and catering were excellent with friendly and helpful staff, boarding and disemabarking was fast and efficient due to multiple loading/unloading ramps.Read More Read Less
"Fast Ferry to France"
I travelled across on foot to see some freinds at their Chateau in August. This is my impression of the LD Lines Ship: - Food was average - poor choice, but relatively tasty - The ship was clean, especially the toilets - a big bonus - The barman knew how to pour a pint (or three). Expensive though! - We boarded and departed on time and were only a few minutes late arriving. I''d definately do it againRead More Read Less
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