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Cyclists can travel free on any MyFerryLink crossing between 6th & 21st June

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If you enjoy cycling, MyFerryLink has a great offer for you! To celebrate the UK’s National bike week and Fête du vélo in France, from 6-21 June, cyclists can travel free on any MyFerryLink crossin…
andywedge Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago20 Comments
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There are millions more bad drivers than cyclists, and the drivers are the ones with the lethal weapons! Drivers are very hostile, and bully us on a day-to-day basis. We need patience and courtesy on the roads.

Edited By: alterrain on May 23, 2015 10:47
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TheGimp
So how safe it is once you get off the Ferry in France. Are there bike tracks? I don't recall seeing any cyclists on the road on my many crossings?
I second that, anyone can share their experience. also any advice where to go once in France, some town village nearby?

Just choose a EuroVelo route, and you'll have a brilliant time...

http://www.eurovelo.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/EuroVelo-Overview-Map-907x1024.jpg

OR, do what I did years ago, and just cycle via compass --- then you'll discover the truly awful French drivers :)

The French have built a brilliant cycle network...but you do have to do some planning ahead of time. The London to Paris route is highly recommended, as is the North Sea route (the roads are perfect...no potholes. & you get to see the myriad of WW2 history in the form of Hitler's Atlantic defences).

If you have more time on your hands, do the Danube cycle route. Such an easy route, and takes in some of the most beautiful views in Europe (and some of the best cities!)
TheGimp
So how safe it is once you get off the Ferry in France. Are there bike tracks? I don't recall seeing any cyclists on the road on my many crossings?
I second that, anyone can share their experience. also any advice where to go once in France, some town village nearby?
So how safe it is once you get off the Ferry in France. Are there bike tracks? I don't recall seeing any cyclists on the road on my many crossings?
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Everyone’s a winner in our great Christmas giveaway! (Booking required) @ MyFerryLink £35.00

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Book a return crossing between 30th October and 30th November for travel between 13th December and 11th January using the offer code XMAS and you will receive a free gift when you check in for your c…
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Dover to Calais £19.00 each way with MyFerryLink

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Dover Calais Ferries to France MyFerryLink is a new ferry company operating two state-of-the-art ferries to France on the Dover Calais route. With 16 crossings a day there’s bound to be one that sui…
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simonbrowne
Sorry for the newb question.
Don't like the thought of driving around calais or dunkirk.
Is there a place to park the car and walk to the towns and if so which is the better place to go to for a day trip.
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"Dunkirk and Calais are only 23 miles apart. Dunkirk is in France and is only a 35 minute drive from Calais. You could save money or have more flexibility on travel times if you choose either port. "
simonbrowne
Sorry for the newb question.
Don't like the thought of driving around calais or dunkirk.
Is there a place to park the car and walk to the towns and if so which is the better place to go to for a day trip.
TIA
Calais is actually OK to spend a few hours in, with a fair few small parks, bars, restaurants and shops. Not really walkable from the ferry port, but there is plenty of free/cheap parking in or close to the town centre.
Sorry for the newb question.
Don't like the thought of driving around calais or dunkirk.
Is there a place to park the car and walk to the towns and if so which is the better place to go to for a day trip.
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jsoap
czechoslovakia
Used All ferry companies over the years. SpeedFerries was my overall fave, till they went bankrupt. DFDS (Norfolkline) has ruled since. Stena second, P&O third. SeaFrog were awful with their rusty, garlic scented old tugs.

The "two state-of-the-art ferries" are in fact the same "rusty, garlic scented old tugs" you speak of.
DFDS may have been good in the past, but the last 2 trips make me wonder.
Being moved around Dunkirk docks for 3 hours without a word of explanation - not great.
Last week the staff at Calais were far too busy chatting to properly direct the traffic on board.
Finally when we arrived at Dover we sat on the ramp waiting 20 mins for the ferry beside us to load up before we could get off.
It came as little surprise to see that the ferry holding us up belonged to DFDS.

Its true, DFDS aint a patch on what it used to be as Norfolkline.
czechoslovakia
Used All ferry companies over the years. SpeedFerries was my overall fave, till they went bankrupt. DFDS (Norfolkline) has ruled since. Stena second, P&O third. SeaFrog were awful with their rusty, garlic scented old tugs.

The "two state-of-the-art ferries" are in fact the same "rusty, garlic scented old tugs" you speak of.
DFDS may have been good in the past, but the last 2 trips make me wonder.
Being moved around Dunkirk docks for 3 hours without a word of explanation - not great.
Last week the staff at Calais were far too busy chatting to properly direct the traffic on board.
Finally when we arrived at Dover we sat on the ramp waiting 20 mins for the ferry beside us to load up before we could get off.
It came as little surprise to see that the ferry holding us up belonged to DFDS.


Edited By: jsoap on Jul 09, 2013 13:35