Dover Airport Parking

We compare parking at 5 Dover Airport car parks.

Compare Dover Ferry Port parking facilities and prices starting from £9.24* per day or £43.61** per week.

Book your car at Dover Ferry Port in advance and cut parking cost by up to 60%. We compare several options for Dover Ferry parking so if you are off on a cruise holiday, why not save a few pounds on parking and spend it on board your cruise ship! Early low rates available.

Car Park Transfer Time Reviews Price***
Dover Cruise Parking On Airport (25 reviews) N/A
Dover Ferry Parking On Airport (42 reviews) N/A
Dover Port Ferry/Cruise Parking 3 min N/A N/A
Dover Port Parking 6 min (2 reviews) £43.61
Dover Relyon Cruise and Ferry Parking 10 min (9 reviews) £45.74
*** This is an average weekly booking price calculated over the past 7 days.

Customer Reviews and Ratings

Dover car parks scored an average of 4.1 out of 5 stars based on 78 customer reviews.

We encourage our customers to review the car parks they compared and booked through Airport Parking Shop, and we value the feedback.

There are several ways to travel through Dover Ferry Port; you will either take your vehicle on the ferry with you, or leave it behind, for example if you are a foot passenger or you need to join a coach party or cruise ship. Just like with airport parking, there is a range of car parking options available from several parking providers; and comparing and booking in advance saves you money and time.

If you are taking a trip away and want to leave your car in a secure car park nearby then you can choose from undercover parking at the cruise terminal, secure parking at the eastern docks or a Dover parking option offered by Relyon Cruise and Ferry Parking.

We compare prices from these 8 Dover Airport car park providers

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Dover Ferry Port

Dover Ferry Port is one of the world’s major seaports and has been operating for over 400 years. Five ferry companies operate from Dover Ferry Port with connections to Calais, Boulogne and Dunkerque running very frequently all day and night.

Known as the ‘gateway to England’, Dover Ferry Port is considered to be the world’s busiest ferry port and provides an excellent and convenient way of getting into the continent without the need to fly.

Dover Guide

Backed by its famous White Cliffs, Dover is situated in Kent, on England's southeastern tip and is the UK's closest geographical point to Continental Europe. Every day of the year, regular cross Channel ferries travel between the port, Calais and Dunkirk in France, and Ostend in Belgium.

Visit fairy tale castles and imposing fortresses by the sea, explore a Roman house or see a real Bronze Age boat in a high-tech gallery. For a different perspective, sail around the harbor on a boat tour, get a bird's eye view from an open top bus, or travel back in time on an historic railway. Dover is also a busy port for cruise shipping and a Mecca for pleasure boat owners.