Dunkirk ferry terminal
- Locations and surroundings
- Facilities available
- Pricing and value for money
- Access for larger motorhomes
A free stopover at Dunkirk, ideal when rolling off a late night ferry, or whilst waiting for an early morning departure. Not the quietest spot in the world, but not overly noisy either.
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User Review( votes)
Since our last night stop at Dunkerque ferry terminal, a few things have changed. The location of the parking area has moved, so follow the signs for ticket sales. The “parking” area is basically a car park, set on tarmac surface, so no problem for all rear round stop overs.
Facilities at the Dunkerque ferry terminal
Within the booking office area – newly opened – not the previous ticket office – you will find newly fitted toilets and wash basins. However, the showers of the old set up are no more.
This is what it says on the tin – a ferry terminal. We stayed the night and were on our way the following morning. There are no waste or fresh water facilities. If you prefer an aire, the closest one is likely to be that at Gravelines. Our review of the Gravelines aire is available here. Don’t forget, hundreds of aires and campers stops are listed in the Motorhome guide Camperstop Europe 27 countries. 2017 GPS
The ferry services operated from Dunkirk to Dover are provided by DFDS Seaways.