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Port of Poole

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Ferry Poole - Cherbourg

Ferry Poole - Cherbourg

How to get to the Port of Poole?

Poole Ferry Terminal, New Harbour Rd S, Poole BH15 4AJ, Reino Unido Poole Ferry Terminal, New Harbour Rd S, Poole BH15 4AJ, Reino Unido

Information from the Port of Poole

The port of Poole
Travelling to Poole in a quick and easy way is possible with Clickferry.com. Book your ticket on our website and visit this city located on the south coast of England, specifically on the English Channel.
With an impressive natural harbour, the city of Poole develops around its old wharf. With a long maritime and naval tradition, it is one of the main sailing centres. Its golden sandy beaches attract crowds of tourists as they are ideal for swimming, sunbathing and water sports. Sandbankes is the most award-winning beach in the whole of Great Britain with a European blue flag.
One of the most outstanding visits in the city of Poole is the boat trip to Brownsea Island, an island of great beauty for its landscapes and acres of moorland and forest.
In the city the Cockle Trail will show you more than 750 years of history through the 78 bronze plaques that will mark the itinerary to follow. On the old wharf you can enjoy the beautiful views of the harbour in one of its restaurants and bars.
About 28km from Poole, the New Forest is ideal for cycling or walking, picnicking through the ancient forests of oaks, beeches, hollies and yews. The World Heritage-listed Jurassic Coast is a stretch of Dorset coastline with breathtaking scenery and beautiful coves.
Departure Information
Poole has the second largest natural harbor in the world. Located on the south coast of England has ferry communication with France via the route Poole Cherbourg.