Brighton FerryThe Brighton Ferry
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From Newhaven Harbour Brighton is easily accessible. From the large harbours of Dover, Portsmouth and Southampton it is only 1.5 - 2 hrs on the highways. Newhaven is the closest harbour to Brighton. The ferryboats leave from Dieppe and take about 4 h. LD Airlines operates the ferry.
By ferry the fastest way from Europe is from Calais to Dover. P&O runs the ferry and runs around the clock. There are ferry services from Dover to and from Dunkirk (2 hrs each way). Long distances from France and Spain, run by Brittany ferries, reach Portsmouth.
From Newhaven, Brighton & Hove is easy to reach by road. The Brighton port is about 1.5 - 2 hrs from the large harbours of Dover, Portsmouth and Southampton. There are also frequent train services from the harbours to Brighton for pedestrians. Guidebook on sailing time from the main southern seaports.
This is only a guideline and may differ and differ according to itinerary and transfer time. Inquire always with the railway company for further information. Arrival in Brighton - 2.5 to 3 hrs (with changes). Some ferry operators no longer allow pedestrians, so please make sure you have checked before book.
Ferry Port Newhaven - Ferry connections to France via Dieppe
The ferry harbour Newhaven is the simplest and tightest connection to France via Dieppe. The Newhaven ferry harbour looks out over the English Channel, one of the most busy navigation canals in the canal. The nearest ferry harbour in London, it is located between Brighton and Eastbourne with fast and convenient connections to the UK.
This page contains schedules, harbour installations, updates and useful information to help you plan your trip from Newhaven to Dieppe. The Newhaven Ferry harbour has shower rooms, a cargo loung, a cafe and a lounging area. Parking spaces are available in the vicinity.