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Your return date must be after your departure date.

PASSENGERS
16+
4 - 15
0 - 3

Maximum of 9 passengers allowed on the outward.

Please select at least one adult to travel.

VEHICLE DETAILS
Have you correctly declared your vehicle height? Find out more here.
Max Length 5m
Max length of car + towed vehicle 10m
Max length of motorhome 7m. For lengths over 7m please call 0345 609 1024 to book.
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If you are travelling on business or in a commercial vehicle please click here for Condor Ferries Freight.

Please note that any person or vehicle travelling for business or commercial venture, carrying commercial goods/samples will need to book via our freight teams and do not qualify for leisure fares. In addition, if the vehicle being taken is designed for the carriage of commercial goods it shall be reserved as freight regardless of its dimensions. For more information please call the Commercial team on 01481 728620 .

Top things to do IN THE UK

Travelling by ferry with Condor, you will sail into Poole or Portsmouth - two ports with a wealth of great things to do within easy reach. You can check out historic towns and cities, stroll along beautiful beaches and enjoy memorable food and drink. Or you can head off by car, train or bus to explore further afield along the south coast or perhaps even as far as London.

Arriving in Poole?

1. Explore Poole Harbour

Europe’s largest natural harbour is a great place to be among nature. See red squirrels on Brownsea Island, owned by the National Trust, take a harbour cruise to spot seals or learn more about medieval Poole on the Quay.

2. Bask on Bournemouth’s award-winning beaches

With seven miles of glorious sand, Bournemouth is a must-visit for families and anyone who loves the outdoor life. Get active on the water by surfing, paddle-boarding or jet-skiing or just hire a beach hut, build a sand castle and chill out.

3. Wander around Corfe Castle

This ruined castle on the Isle of Purbeck is less than half an hour’s drive from Poole. Built by William the Conqueror, it was one of the last Royalist strongholds in the English Civil War – a must for history fans. Don’t miss the pretty village that shares its name.

4. Get active on the Isle of Portland

This limestone ‘island’, connected to the mainland by Chesil Beach, is a unique destination in Dorset. Try out kayaking, climbing, abseiling or walking, enjoy the amazing views and fresh sea air, spot the lighthouse or just relax in a characterful local pub.

5. Say hello to the locals at Monkey World

Meet dozens of cute chimps in their 65-acre sanctuary and find out more about how Monkey World rescues apes that have been neglected or smuggled from the wild. Why not adopt a primate and support the centre’s work yourself?

Arriving in Portsmouth?

6. Go back in time at the Historic Dockyard

Portsmouth, the home of the Royal Navy, gives you the chance to visit the historic warships HMS Victory and HMS Warrior, together with a host of museums and the exciting Action Stations attraction. Henry VIII’s flagship Mary Rose is also on the site.

7. Serious shopping in Gunwharf Quays or Southsea

Just minutes from the Portsmouth International Port, you can choose from more than 90 famous brands at Gunwharf Quays - a popular designer outlet. By contrast, stylish Southsea offers independent traders, quirky shops and amazing restaurants. 

8. Savour Jane Austen Country

The picturesque village of Chawton houses the novelist’s country cottage where she wrote Pride and Prejudice. Walk in Jane’s footsteps amid the rolling hills of north Hampshire, then relax in tea shops and country pubs.

9. Try wine tasting on the South Downs

English winemakers are going from strength to strength producing high-quality sparkling and white wines. Many welcome visitors, especially in summer. Check out Hambledon Vineyard, Hattingley Valley, Three Choirs or Tinwood and find out for yourself.

10. Enjoy scenic West Sussex

Ten minutes’ drive from Portsmouth and you could be driving along country lanes, visiting historic houses, watching top-flight horse racing and classic car events at Goodwood or wandering around the narrow streets of Chichester.