The Portsmouth Caen route is one of the most popular ferry crossings from England to France. Book cross channel ferries from Portsmouth to Caen with Cheap 4 Ferries.
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Brittany Ferries offers ferry tickets between Portsmouth and Caen with up to 3 crossings per day. The ferry crossing from Portsmouth to Caen takes around 5 hours and 45 minutes.
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Portsmouth Port: Portsmouth International Ferry Port
Please Note, the correct port for this route is: Portsmouth International Port, George Byng Way, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO2 8SP
Portsmouth to Caen with Brittany Ferries
|Timetables||Number of Crossings||Duration|
|Portsmouth- Caen||up to 3 per day||approx. 5 hrs 45 mins|
|Caen - Portsmouth||up to 3 per day||approx. 5 hrs 45 mins|
Portsmouth to Caen Ferry Companies
Portsmouth is a popular choice for passengers wanting to travel to France, Spain, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. Just a 2 hour drive from London, with excellent motorway links, Portsmouth offers a good choice of ferry routes and operators. Portsmouth is located on England’s south coast and is famous for its maritime heritage and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, home of Lord Nelson's Trafalgar flagship HMS Victory and Henry VIII's ship the Mary Rose.
Caen is a city in the Calvados region of Normandy, France. Caen ferry port, also known as Ouistreham ferry port, is located 15 kilometres north of Caen centre. The port is an ideal entry point to France and benefits from direct access to the autoroute (motorway) network for quick and easy onward travel. The city of Caen was largely destroyed in fierce fighting towards the end of World War 2, but the re-built city still boasts many historial buildings from the reign of William the Conqueror, who is buried here in the Abbey of Saint-Étienne.