Regions & Countries – Where to go next by ferry?

Adriatic ferrys

The Adriatic Sea, as an eastern branch of the Mediterranean, is considered to be the part particularly spoiled with sun...

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Baltic Sea Ferries: Pearls of the Baltic & Scandinavia

Baltic Sea Ferries: Pearls of the Baltic & Scandinavia
A trip to the Baltic Sea is highly recommended, especially for those interested in culture, because during the trip you...

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Canary Islands Fähre- Sea voyages to the Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are of volcanic origin and are located a few kilometres west of Africa. Their contrasting landscapes and...

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Caribbean Fähre- Discover the Caribbean Islands by Fähre

The Caribbean is a very popular holiday destination. The many but different islands with white sandy beaches, palm trees and...

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English Channel Fähre

There are many internationally important ports along the English Channel. The relevant section for ferry crossings is the Strait of Dover. The crossing takes a maximum of two hours on the two classic routes Calais - Dover and Dunkirk - Dover. Depending on the season, up to 50 crossings are offered daily.

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Ferries from Germany to Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Latvia & Lithuania

From Germany you can travel by ferry to many countries in the Baltic States and Scandinavia. Here we give you...

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Ferries to Åland

Åland is located halfway between Stockholm and Helsinki. It is therefore possible to travel from Sweden (Stockholm, Grisslehamn, Kapellskär), from mainland Finland (Helsinki, Turku, Naantali) and from Estonia (Tallinn). There are also regular ferry services between the islands.

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Ferries to Albania

From Italy there are regular ferry connections to Albania. Among them the routes Ancona - Durres, Bari - Durres or Trieste - Durres. The fastest connection to Albania is the one from Brindisi to Vlora, which takes five hours.

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Ferries to Algeria

Algeria has a large number of port facilities. They can be reached by Ferries from France, Italy and Spain. Among the connections are the one from Marseille to Algiers, the one from Genau to Skikda or the one from Barcelona to Oran.

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Ferries to Australia

There are ferry connections from the Australian mainland to the many offshore islands. Very popular with travellers are Fraser Island, Kangaroo Island, Tasmania or the Whitsunday Islands.

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Ferries to Belgium

Currently there is only one ferry connection to Belgium. From Hull in England it leads to Zeebrugge.

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Ferries to Bornholm

Bornholm can be easily reached from Germany. The ferry connection from Sassnitz (island of Rügen) to Rønne is offered all year round. In general, Bornholm is accessible by Ferries from the Danish mainland and from all neighbouring countries. This includes the route Køge (Denmark) - Rønne and Ystad (Sweden) - Rønne. The Kolberg (Poland) - Nexø Fähre is a passenger-only ferry.

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Ferries to Brac

Car Ferries to the island of Brac are offered all year round between Split and Supetar and between Makarska and Submartin. Passenger-only ferries operate on the routes from Split to Bol and Milna (high season only).

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Ferries to Corsica

There are more than 20 routes to choose from for your crossing to Corsica. Ferries from mainland France depart from Marseille, Toulon and Nice. Ferries from Italy are offered from Savona, Genoa, Livorno and Piombino. There are also ferry connections from Sardinia and Elba. The Corsican ferry ports are: Ajaccio, Bastia, Bonifacio, Ile Rousse, Porto Vecchio and Propriano.

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Ferries to Crete

There is a wide range of Ferries to Crete. No less than five shipping companies offer regular connections to the largest Greek island from 18 ports - including Piraeus, Mykonos and Naxos. The four ferry ports on Crete are Chania, Rethymnon, Sitia and the island capital Heraklion.

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Ferries to Croatia

Ferries to Croatia depart from Italy on various routes. The fastest connection is the one from Venice to Umag, which takes 2 hours and 30 minutes. Further connections exist on the routes Ancona - Zadar, Ancona - Split and Bari - Dubrovnik.

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Ferries to Cyprus

There areferry connections to Cyprus from Turkey on the routes Mersin - Kyrenia and Tasucu - Kyrenia.

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Ferries to Denmark

From Germany, more than 50 daily ferry connections offer flexible travel to Denmark. You can choose between the routes from Rostock to Gedser and from Puttgarden to Rödby. The Danish holiday islands of Bornholm and Römö can also be reached from Rügen and Sylt.

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Ferries to Elba

From Piombino Fähreleave regularly for Elba. Ports of arrival include Cavo, Rio Marina and the island's capital Portoferraio. There is also a ferry connection between Corsica (Bastia) and Elba (Portoferraio) during the summer months.

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Ferries to England

There are many different ferry routes to choose from for your crossing to England. They run from Holland, Belgium, France, Spain and Ireland. The classic ferry routes include Calais - Dover, Amsterdam - Newcastle, Hoek van Holland - Harwich or Rotterdam - Hull.

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Ferries to Estonia

Ferries to Estonia
There is no direct ferry connection between Germany and Estonia. From Germany there would be the possibility to travel from Travemünde via Helsinki to Tallinn. The Estonian capital can also be reached by Ferries from Stockholm, Mariehamn and St. Petersburg.

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Ferries to Finland

There is a direct ferry connection from Travemünde to the Finnish capital Helsinki. In addition, Finland is also accessible from Estonia, Russia and Sweden on the following routes: Tallinn - Helsinki, St. Petersburg - Helsinki, Stockholm - Helsinki, Stockholm - Turku, Kapellskär - Naantali and Umea - Vaasa.

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Ferries to France

France can be reached by Ferries from England and Ireland. Across the Mediterranean there are connections from Mallorca, Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily. It is also possible to travel to France via the North African countries of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.

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Ferries to Gotland

Ferries to Gotland
Gotland can only be reached by ferry via the Swedish mainland. Connections by ferry to Visby are offered all year round from Nynäshamnand Oskarshamn. Seasonally, it is also possible to travel from Västervik.

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Ferries to Greece

There are many ferry routes to choose from on your way to Greece. Crossings are possible from Italy from Venice, Ancona, Bari and Brindisi. The ports of arrival in Greece are Corfu, Igoumenitsa and Patras.

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Ferries to Holland (Netherlands)

Holland is regularly accessible from England via three ferry routes: Hull - Rotterdam, Harwich - Hoek van Holland and Newcastle - Amsterdam.

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Ferries to Ibiza

There are ferry connections to Ibiza from the Spanish mainland from Barcelona, Denia, Gandia and Valencia. There are also regular ferry services to the neighbouring islands of Mallorca and Formentera.

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Ferries to Iceland

There is a ferry connection from Hirtshals in Denmark to Seydisfjördur in Iceland. Please book in time! If desired, a stop on the beautiful Faroe Islands can be included.

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Ferries to Ireland

To travel to Ireland by Fähre, you can choose from several alternatives. From France Fähredepart from Roscoff and Cherbourg, from Spain from Bilbao. There are also direct connections from England (Liverpool), Scotland (Cairnryan), Wales (Holyhead, Fishguard, Pembroke) and the Isle of Man (Douglas). The Irish ferry ports are Cork, Rosslare, Dublin and Belfast.

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Ferries to Italy

The choice of routes to Italy is huge. There are ferry connections with Albania, Algeria, France, Greece, Croatia, Malta, Morocco, Montenegro, Slovenia, Spain and Tunisia. Major Italian ferry ports include Ancona, Civitavecchia (Rome), Genoa, Livorno, Piombino and Venice.

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Ferries to Latvia

Latvia can be reached directly from Germany by Fähre. Latvia has three major passenger ferry ports, which are served from Germany and Sweden on the following routes: Travemünde - Liepaja, Stockholm - Riga and Nynäshamn - Ventspils.

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Ferries to Lithuania

Those wishing to travel to Lithuania from Germany can look forward to a direct connection from Kiel to Klaipeda. A crossing to Klaipeda is also possible from Karlshamn in Sweden.

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Ferries to London

By ferry, London is not directly accessible but via detours among others over the English Channel. The classic routes include the ferry Calais - Dover or the ferry Dunkirk - Dover, the ferry from Le Havre to Portsmouth or the ferry from Hoek van Holland to Harwich. The Channel Islands are also connected to the south coast of England by regular ferry services. From the ferry ports in Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Ramsgate and Newhaven, London can be reached directly by car or train.

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Ferries to Mallorca

From Barcelona, Valencia and Denia you can reach the Majorcan ferry ports of Palma and Alcúdia from the Spanish mainland. There are also routes to Mallorca from Formentera, Ibiza and Menorca. You can also reach the Balearic island from Toulon in France.

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Ferries to Malta

Malta can be reached by Ferries from the Italian mainland. Connections are possible from Salerno or Genoa. From Sicily, too, ships leave for Malta several times a week.

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Ferries to Menorca

From mainland Spain, Menorca can be reached by Ferries from Barcelona and Valencia. There is also regular ferry service with the neighbouring island of Mallorca.

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Ferries to Montenegro

Currently there is only one ferry connection to Montenegro. From Bari in Italy, the route runs twice a week to Bar.

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Ferries to Morocco

Morocco is accessible by Ferries from Spain, Italy and France. From Spain, the routes Algeciras - Tangier Med, Malaga - Melilla or Almeria - Nador are among the most popular. The crossings from Savona and Genoa, on the other hand, take longer.

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Ferries to Norway

The ferry service from Kiel to Oslo connects Germany and Norway directly. From Denmark you can reach Oslo from Copenhagen and Frederikshavn. A faster alternative is offered by the connections from Hirtshals to Kristiansand and Larvik. There are also connections from Hirtshals to Stavanger and Bergen. If you plan to enter the country from Sweden, take the Ferries from Strömstad to Sandefjord.

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Ferries to Orkney

From mainland Scotland, Orkney is accessible via three regular ferry routes. They run from Aberdeen to Kirkwall, from Gills Bay to St Margaret's Hope and from Scrabster to Stromness. There is a connection to the Shetland Islands via the route from Kirkwall to Lerwick. During the summer months there is also a private ferry service between John o'Groats and Burwick.

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Ferries to Poland

Poland can be reached from Sweden from Karlskrona, Nynäshamn, Trelleborg and Ystad. There is also a ferry connection from Bornholm (Rönne). On the Polish side, the ports of Gdynia, Gdansk and Swinoujscie are served.

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Ferries to Portugal

There are no direct ferry connections to Portugal. However, it is possible to travel by Fähre via Spain. However, routes exist between mainland Portugal and the Azores, which are part of Portugal.

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Ferries to Russia

Ferries to Russia
St Petersburg in Russia can be reached by Ferries from Finland (Helsinki) and Sweden (Stockholm).

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Ferries to Sardinia

For your crossing to Sardinia you can choose from over 20 routes. Ferries from the Italian mainland depart from Genoa, Livorno, Piombino, Civitavecchia and Naples. There are also connections from Corsica (Bonifacio) and Sicily (Palermo). There are also direct connections with France (Marseille, Toulon) and Spain (Barcelona). Ports of arrival in Sardinia are: Porto Torres, Santa Teresa Gallura, Olbia, Arbatax and Cagliari.

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Ferries to Scandinavia

Ferries to Scandinavia
There is a lot of ferry traffic across the Baltic Sea to and from Scandinavia. The Scandinavian countries are accessible from Denmark, Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Russia. Direct Fähre connections from Germany include the Rostock - Trelleborg, Kiel - Oslo or Travemünde Helsinki routes.

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Ferries to Scotland

A direct ferry service to Scotland currently exists only from Northern Ireland on the two routes Belfast - Cairnryan and Larne - Cairnryan. A possible alternative would be the ferry connection from Amsterdam to Newcastle. From here the Scottish border is not far away.

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Ferries to Sicily

From the Italian mainland, Sicily can be reached from Genoa, Livorno, Civitavecchia, Naples and Salerno. There are also ferry connections from Sardinia and Malta. Those wishing to travel to Sicily from France can do so from Toulon and Nice. There is also a ferry connection from Tunisia (Tunis). The Sicilian ferry ports are Catania, Palermo and Trapani.

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Ferries to Spain

Spain is accessible by Ferries from numerous countries. There are ferry connections from England, Ireland, France, Italy, Morocco and Algeria. There are also daily departures to the Balearic and Canary Islands.

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Ferries to Sweden

Ferries to Sweden
For your crossing to Sweden there are several routes to choose from. With ports in Kiel, Travemünde and Rostock, your holiday planning from Germany is extremely flexible. After the crossing, Gothenburg, Malmö or Trelleborg will give you a warm welcome.

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Ferries to Tasmania

The classic ferry route to Tasmania starts in Melbourne and ends about ten hours later in the port of Devonport. If you decide to travel by night, you will be in Tasmania in time for breakfast.

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Ferries to Thailand

Bangkok is considered the hub of Thailand. There are ferry connections to Malaysia, Singapore and the Thai islands, including Ko Samui, Ko Samet, Phuket or Ko Chang.

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Ferries to the Azores

The Azores are currently not accessible by Ferries from mainland Europe. Within the Azores, however, there is regular ferry traffic.

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Ferries to the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands can be reached by Ferries from Spain and France. From the Spanish mainland there are connections from Barcelona, Denia, Gandia and Valencia. Ferries from France depart from Toulon. The Balearic Islands are also connected to each other by ferry routes.

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Ferries to the Baltic States

There are ferry connections to the Baltic States from Sweden, Finland and the Russian city of St. Petersburg. From Germany, the Baltic States can be reached directly without a stopover on the Travemünde - Liepaja and Kiel - Klaipeda routes, as well as via the Rostock - Klaipeda route.

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Ferries to the Channel Islands

From France, the Channel Island of Jersey can be reached by three ferry routes connecting Saint-Malo, Granville and Carteret with Saint Helier in Jersey. There are connections to Guernsey from Saint-Malo and Dielette. Both Channel Islands can also be reached from England from Poole and Portsmouth. There is also regular ferry service between Jersey and the islands of Guernsey and Sark.

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Ferries to the Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands can only be reached from mainland Europe by Fähre from Denmark. Fähredepart from Hirtshals once or twice a week, depending on the season. There is also a weekly connection from Iceland to the Faroe Islands during the summer months.

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Ferries to the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is accessible from mainland England via the following four ferry routes: Lymington - Yarmouth, Portsmouth - Fishbourne/Ryde, Southampton - East Cowes and Southsea - Ryde. Not all ferries are designed to transport cars.

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Ferries to Tunisia

Tunisia's capital Tunis is accessible from France (Marseille) and from mainland Italy (Genoa, Civitavecchia and Salerno). There is also a connection from Sicily (Palermo).

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Ferries to Turkey

Regular ferry connections to Turkey exist from the Greek islands on the routes Chios - Cesme, Kos - Bodrum and Rhodes - Fethiye. Ferries from Cyprus call at the Turkish ports of Tasucu, Mersin and Alanya.

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Ferries to Wales

Fähre to Wales operate daily from Ireland on the Dublin - Holyhead, Rosslare - Pembroke and Rosslare - Fishguard routes. You can also reach Wales by ferry from Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Spain via England.

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Mediterranean Ferries: Discover dream beaches, history & exciting metropolises

Mediterranean Ferries: Discover dream beaches, history & exciting metropolises
The Mediterranean is considered to be the most popular destination, along with the northern part of Europe. The short journey...

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