Portsmouth port

Address & contact details

Wharf Road

Tel: 0330 159 7003

GPS co-ordinates:

DD (DDD.DDDDD°) 50.811823, -1.088367

DMS (DDD° MM' SS.S") 50°48'42.6"N 1°05'18.1"W

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Port parking

The car park is inside the port and is operated by APCOA. Use the left hand lane at the entrance to the car check-in area, and then follow the signs.

Disabled parking is available on the ground floor. Luggage trolleys are available for a £1.00 deposit. 516 spaces. The maximum height for vehicles in the car park is 2.2m high. Payment for the car park is made upon exit.

If you have an early morning sailing, caravans / motorhomes can be parked in the check-in lanes after midnight. The vehicle is parked at your own risk and should not be left unattended. Please note that no facilities are open overnight.

Prices are shown below, however, customers may find cheaper parking through en.parkopedia.co.uk or www.Parkatmyhouse.com. Brittany Ferries' customers can receive an exclusive 10% discount on their parking with JustPark by entering the discount code 'BRITTANYFERRIES' at the checkout.

Car park charges

Up to 1 hour£4.00
Up to 3 hours£6.00
Up to 5 hours£8.00
Up to 24 hours£13.00
Over 24 hours£13.00 per day
The car park operators APCOA can be contacted on 02392 873378. Lost tickets will be charged at the full daily rate.

Port facilties

  • Baby changing room
  • Bar/Café
  • Bureau de Change
  • Cash machine
  • Costa Coffee
  • Disabled facilities
  • Internet
  • Left luggage
  • Lost property
  • Post box
  • Shop
  • Telephones
  • Truck Driver's facilities
  • Viewing deck

Getting to Portsmouth port

By car

From London, take the M3 or A3. From the Midlands take the A34 to the M3, and from the South West take the A31. From Bristol and South Wales take the A36. These roads lead to the M275, from which an exit road leads directly to the port.

By train

There are train services between Portsmouth and London Waterloo, taking 85 minutes. There are also services between London Victoria and Portsmouth passing through Chichester, Brighton and Gatwick. From Cardiff the train passes through Bristol and Salisbury. Portsmouth stations include Portsmouth & Southsea and Portsmouth Harbour, both of which are close to the port.

The shuttle bus service which previously operated from both stations to the port is no longer available, taxi's are available at a cost of around £5.

Please allow, approximately, a minimum of 45 minutes to connect between the ferry port and Portsmouth train stations, depending on what form of transport you plan to get to / from the train stations.

By coach

Regular coach services depart from Portsmouth port (from directly outside the terminal) to London Victoria and Heathrow Airport. From London, onward connections can be made to the rest of the UK. Services are operated by National Express. We recommend buying tickets in advance. Please note there is no longer a shuttle bus from the terminal to the city centre. Local bus services are operated by two companies: Stagecoach and First Bus.

By foot

It takes approximately 20 minutes to walk to the ferry terminal from the town centre and 30 minutes from Portsmouth & Southsea train station.

By taxi

A taxi rank is located directly outside the main terminal.