UK to Mediterranean

Mediterranean ferry route map

Book a Ferry to the Mediterranean

Whilst there are no direct ferries from the UK to Mediterranean serving commercial routes, we offer a range of indirect services to the most popular Mediterranean ferry routes including Italy, Tunisia, Malta, Cyprus and the Greek Islands.

greece to cyprus

In order to get to these popular freight destinations, you will need to travel to Spain, Italy or Greece first. The easiest way that most lorry drivers choose is to travel to France via Dover to Calais, the most popular ferry route for couriers in van and haulage companies with arctics. It offers the most flexible option for travelling to all areas of France. From there you neeed to drive to Italy or Spain. Another way used by some drivers is to get a direct ferry from UK to Spain and from there catch a ferry to Italy.

Cyprus

If you are planning to go to Cyprus you will need to travel to Greece, starting your trip in Folkestone or Dover and arriving in France, from there driving onward to Greece and travelling via ferry to Cyprus. (Lavrio - Limassol). You can travel there with ferry operator Salamis Lines, which operates on this route once a week. Other options include driving to Italy and taking a freight ferry from Ancona to Greece, Bari to Greece, or Brindisi to Greece and more.

italy to tunisiaTunisia

If you are planning to go to Tunisia you will need to travel to Italy , starting your trip in Folkestone or Dover and arriving in France, from there driving onward to Italy and travelling via ferry to Tunisia. (Palermo - Tunis, Genoa - Tunis, Salerno - Tunis, Livorno - Tunis)

On this route you will cross with Grimaldi Lines or Grandi Navi Veloci.

Greek Islands

If you are planning to go to a Greek Island such as Heraklion you will need to travel to Greece, starting your trip in Folkestone or Dover and arriving in France, from there driving onward to Greece and travelling via ferry to Heraklion. (Piraeus - Heraklion).

greece to heraklion

On this route there are two operators Minoan Lines and Superfast Ferries. There are two crossings per day.

Malta

If you are planning to go to Malta, you will need to travel to Italy first, starting your trip in Folkestone or Dover and arriving in France, from there driving onward to Italy and travelling via ferry to Malta. (Genoa - Valletta, Salerno - Valletta, Catania - Valletta, Pozzallo - Valletta).

italy to malta

Ferries on these routes are operated by Grimaldi Lines and Virtu Ferries.

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