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Ferries Poole

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Do you want to explore the marvels of Great Britain? Take a ferry to Poole and reach this wonderful destination!

Poole is a coastal town in Dorset; it has one of the largest natural ports in the world. Situated in the easternmost corner of the county, Poole has been inhabited since the Iron Age. Today, it is a modern and lively city, offering numerous attractions and landmarks. It is also the ideal starting point if you want to tour the region, thanks to its strategic position.

The port area has always been exploited for commercial and military purposes, and it has been one of the departure ports during the Normandy landings. Nowadays, Poole is an important harbour both for freight and passenger traffic. The ferry terminal offers different services, such as ATMs, restrooms for people with impaired movement, bars, shops, and nurseries. Short and long term parking spots are also available.

With the ferry company Brittany Ferries, you can embark for the French port of Cherbourg, and discover the beautiful Normandy. You can travel with your vehicle, this way you have two advantages: you can take everything you need with you (there is no luggage limit) and you can reach your preferred destinations at your own pace.

The ferry crossing Poole Cherbourg is seasonal, it is operated every day from April to October, and has a length of around 7 hours. You can book a reclining seat or a cabin, for the maximum privacy and comfort.

Poole ferries About Poole

Poole is a fascinating spot for everyone who loves water sports. Here you can surf, windsurf, and kitesurf. All the surfers of the area gather on the city beach. The whole Poole Bay is a huge golden sandy beach, where you can take a long, relaxing stroll.

Discover this amusing city! In the Poole Museum, you can admire the remains of a logboat that is two thousand years old. The Lighthouse Arts Centre is the biggest one in the UK outside London. At the end of the day, you can take a walk along the Quay: with all its bars and restaurants, this is the most entertaining neighbourhood for both tourists and locals.

If you are eager for more beautiful beaches, you can head West for the Devon, where you can admire the famous Jurassic Coast. By going East, you can reach the lively coastal town of Brighton, the ideal shopping and entertainment venue.

Leaving the sea behind you, you can visit Salisbury: here you will find the ruins of the ancient settlement, which is 3000 years old, and the stunning cathedral. Proceed for just 8 kilometres to the enchanted Stonehenge, a marvel to see at least once in your life.

Finally, we remind you that Poole is just two hours and a half drive from the modern and enchanting Bristol, and three and a half hour from the capital London.


How to reach the boardings

Address: New Harbour Road South, Hamworthy, Poole, Dorset

GPS Coordinates: 50°42'37.1''N 1°59'42.1''W

The port can be reached by bus; the bus station is located at the Dolphin Center and it is about 25 minutes walking distance to Poole Ferry Terminal. Taxis are available. The port is 20 minutes walking from the city centre.

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