Driving To Morzine For a Winter Holiday

  Morzine is just over an hour from Geneva airport, but with the uncertainty of air travel, many people will be driving to Morzine. Located in the Northern French Alps, Morzine is one of the closest ski resorts to drive to from the UK.

Driving to Morzine gives you lots of flexibility, but more importantly, it will keep you and your family safer and more isolated than taking the plane. With this in mind, in this post, we are going to go through some practical information about driving to and through France. We will also go into what we and the ferry companies are doing to keep your mind at rest.

Getting To France From The UK

The great news about driving to France is that there is a multitude of options to suit you. Which option you choose will depend on where you are located in the UK, your budget, the ferry or train times, and your personal preference.

Crossing The Channel By Ferry

Hopping on a ferry at Dover and arriving in Calais just 90 minutes later is one of the most popular ways to travel to France from the UK. There are more than 20 ferry crossings per day, allowing you to take your car to France. Once onboard, all you have to do is relax, eat, drink and wait for your arrival to France.

If Dover isn’t the closest south coast port to you, you have other options. You can embark at Portsmouth, Poole, Plymouth, and Newhaven to other French ports like Caen, Dieppe, Dunkerque and, St Malo.

DFDS is one of the main cross channel ferry companies. One of the things that you will be most interested in is how flexible their booking policy is. You can see their up to date Coronavirus Travel News here: Covid-19 Update DFDS    READ ON


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