Dover is strategically positioned with ease of access to the port which is a major tourist attraction area. If you are coming in on duty or for exploration, you will find all the services you need around here. Dover itself is a ferry port served by ferry services including the Dover Calais ferry. There are two terminals that are used by passengers and parking for cars is also available. From Dover you can use the ferry lines listed below depending on the means you use to access the port.
• From Dover to Calais you can use P&O ferries, MyFerryLink or DFDS Seaways.
• From Dover to Dunkirk you can use DFDS Seaways.
There are several of these ferries operating within set time frames which you can catch when you arrive. Some of the options available for those accessing the seaport are coaches which are readily available to help you get to both Canterbury and Deal. By using them you can find your way to the city of London but the challenge would be the designated stops they have to make along the way which may make the journey longer than usual.
You can also opt to cycle to the seaport on designated paths which is the other viable alternative. The challenge with this would be the distance and it would not be the best if you are set to catch the ferry in time. The other means you can use for Dover seaport transfers is a taxi that has the advantage of being faster with personalized services. You will find many of them at the airport and a variety of them depending on what kind is suitable for you for such a transfer.
The seaport of Dover is one that gives you access to other areas in Northern Europe. As you disembark the taxi, you can get on board a Dunkirk bound ferry if you intend to go to Germany, Netherlands or even Belgium.
Southampton is also close to the port and upon arrival you can get to various terminals such as Queen Elizabeth II which is on Berth 38/39, Ocean on Berth 46, Mayflower on Berth 106, or City on Berth 101 for you to proceed to your intended destination. One of the areas that you can choose to visit once you are onboard the ferry is Hampshire which is a beautiful haven for family and friends who are holiday makers or even those on different assignments there is great accommodation available.
Other areas accessible through the port include Portsmouth, Winchester, The Isle of Wight, The New Forest and South Downs National Park. You can also use trains for Southampton seaport transfers, which are regarded as fast means of transport and have the option of pre-booked tickets right at the airport. The only thing to note would be that they make stopovers at designated stations.
There are also bus operators such as Uni-link that offer connections from the airport to where you can access the ferry. It is the next option available. Cycling is also an option but the challenge is that you have to park at designated areas to avoid any friction with the authorities and a parking fee is also charged. Those who choose to use their cars will have to incur parking fee too.
Taxis are convenient for visitors that arrive constantly wishing to find their way to the Seaport. Being conveniently located at the terminals and ensuring that you are comfortable even when you do not know directions to the port, gives them an upper hand compared to other modes of transport. Tracing your way becomes easier and incase of a flight delay a taxi can help you cover up for lost time for you to be at the ferry terminal on time. This applies for both Dover Seaport Transfers and Southampton Seaport Transfers.
Your luggage is also handled with care and transfers from the airport to the seaport are available round the clock.