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The port of Caen
Find all ferries to Caen, France. Select your departure date and the Clickferry comparator will provide you with all the best times and prices for travelling to Caen. The city of Caen is located on the northwest coast of France and is the capital of the region of Basse-Normandie.
It has a large number of historic buildings including the Abbey of Men where the Town Hall is currently located and in whose church of St Stephen's are the remains of William the Conqueror; the Abbey of the Ladies in Norman Romanesque style, where the cloister, the large staircase and the crypt stand out; the Ducal Castle built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror, is one of the largest fortified enclosures in Europe and currently houses the Normandy Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and its exhibitions.
Caen offers the visitor many restaurants where to taste delicious cheeses and drinks typical of the region. In addition, many of these and other products can be purchased in the street markets that make Caen a bustling and lively city.
Off the coast of the British Isles, the port of Caen is connected by ferry to the English port of Portsmouth and the journey takes approximately 6 hours.