Le Havre Freight Ferry Port
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Le Havre freight ferry port is the leading port for foreign trade in France and is the fifth largest port in Europe, processing 76 million tons of cargo each year. With its wide range of port terminals, the multi-purpose commercial port of Le Havre can handle many types of freight and cargo. Le Havre was devastated during the Second World War, but it has since been rebuilt into a bustling and lively town with a thriving boat and yacht centre.
Le Havre Ferry Port facilities
Shops, toilets and dining available close to the harbour.
Getting to Le Havre Ferry Port by road.
Le Havre is linked to the rest of the country by the Normandy Bridge. Le Havre port is about 200km from Paris on the A131 via the Tankaville Bridge and has good motorway connections to the rest of France.
Le Havre Map
Terminal de la Citadelle, 76600,Le Havre, France
Terminal de la citadelle, Quai Auguste Brostrom, 76600 Le Havre, France