Passengers travelling with ferry France, arrive at a European country that extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic Ocean. France has long been a global centre of culture, making significant contributions to art, science, and philosophy. The country hosts Europe's third-largest number of cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites (after Italy and Spain) and is visited by around 83 million foreign tourists annually. France has a great influence on culture, economy, military and politics.
Ferries to and from France
Ferry to France travel from all over and transfer tourists who are both interested in culture and leisure. France has 37 sites inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List and features cities of high cultural interest, beaches and seaside resorts, ski resorts, and rural regions that many enjoy for their beauty. Before leaving with ferries from France, visitors should try one of the 365 kinds of cheese or a glass of champagne. They should also visit some of the sites that are listed in UNESCO's World Heritage List.
How to get to France
Ferry routes France connect Britain, Spain, Italy and North African countries with major ports of France. With more than 10 millions tourists a year, the French Riviera (or Côte d'Azur), in south-east France, is the second leading tourist destination in the country, after the Paris region. There are ten major ports in France, the largest of which is in Marseille. Through France ferry timetable, you can plan and organize your journey and visit some of the 1,200 museums, cultural establishments and historical buildings. 300 days of sunshine, 115 kilometres of coastline and beaches at the French Riviera, castles, churches and an excellent gastronomy will make your holidays heavenly.