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Calais is connected to Dover in England by ferry services operated by P&O Ferries and DFDS Seaways.
Ferry crossings between Dover and Calais take about 1 hour 30 mins. Ferries operate 24 hours per day aâ‚¬â€œ combined between the operators, there are up to 41 sailings daily.
The check-in time is 30 minutes before departure for vehicles and 45 minutes before departure for foot passengers.
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Taxis Radio Calais Tel: 00 33 (0)321 97 13 14.Access:
From the Boulevard Peripherique, North of Paris, take the A1 autoroute towards Lille. From the West of Paris take the A16 autoroute to Calais. Follow the signs for 'Tunnel sous la manche' and take exit 13 on the autoroute.
Eurostar travels London <> Paris in 2:20, with certain trains stopping at Calais.
The Lille Airport is 75 km from the city.Routes:
Shuttles: Downtown, Airport, Nearby Sights, Resorts:
- PO Ferries : Calais <> Dover
- SeaFrance : Calais <> Dover
The shuttle buses run hourly from 10:00-19:00, are marked aâ‚¬ËœTerminal Car Ferry/Centre Villea', and link the ferry terminal with the Gare de Calais-Ville and Place da'Armes.Questions? Here are the Answers:
When you arrive in Calais, you are in the Haut-de-France region of France. There are a wide variety of places to visit, each just a short drive from Calais. From the famous fishing port of Boulogne to the town of Hesdin set in the pretty forests of the Seven Valleys, there is plenty to see.
The Calais ferry port allows easy access to the town itself as well as the warehouse supermarkets outside the town.
The citadel, the place da'Armes, the watch tower, the rue Royale, Notre Dame Church, the lighthouse. Or, just walk around and enjoy the Six Burghers, the Remembrance Monument, the Parc Saint Pierre with the War museum, the central station, the Minerva Bas Relief, the old Post office, the Rue Royale, the Shadow of Lady Hamilton, the Citadel, the Bassin d Paradis.
And on the coast, Calais has a fine sand beach, a aâ‚¬Å“courgain maritimeaâ‚¬ï†, ferries going to Englandaâ‚¬Â¦ Sangatte Bleriot Plage : Beach and dunes as far as the eyes can see, sports activities enjoy the wind blow : kite-surf, surf, kite, aâ‚¬Â¦ Marck : a seafront dedicated to the sand yachting and horse-riding.
And for those who are interested in flying : its airport and its air meeting. Hiking in Calais CĂƒÂ´te da'Opale. Welcome to our truly natural hiking trails. aâ‚¬Å“Calais CĂƒÂ´te da'Opaleaâ‚¬ï† is ideal destination for those who love wide-open, natural spaces. On foot, bike or on horseback, with friends or family, get away from the crowds and closer to local people as you trek through typical villages and exceptional landscapes such as the aâ‚¬Å“Site des deux Capsaâ‚¬ï† coastal area of outstanding natural beauty where you will see fauna and flora that you never expected to see.
aâ‚¬Å“Calais CĂƒÂ´te da'Opaleaâ‚¬ï† has a large number of shops selling everything you would ever need. They include food and grocery stores, beauty salons, fashion outlets and florists, as well as souvenir and gift shops.Don't Miss These: