Can caravans go on ferries?

Can caravans go on ferries?

Save money on your ferry crossings Not only that, but you can also take your caravan for free on selected ferry crossings or if you’re driving a motorhome, you’ll only pay the rate of a car. Take a look at which ferry operators have this offer available to Caravan and Motorhome Club members.

Are caravans allowed on the Isle of Wight?

Isle of Wight holiday parks are a great accommodation choice for stunning views right next to the coast. Caravan holidays are a popular choice for Island-goers as there’s something for all the family to enjoy. The Island is home to a number of parks that provide self catering holidays with some including ferry travel.

Can you take a caravan to Islay?

Welcomes tents, caravans and camper vans. We also allow awnings but the space provided for them is limited. The centre itself has a wide range of facilities for campers such as toilets (including disabled toilets/showers), showers, laundry and a bistro.

Can I take my caravan to Jersey from UK?

Visitors to Jersey are welcome to bring a caravan, motorhome, campervan, folding camper or trailer tent to the Island provided a permit is obtained prior to arrival. You must stay on a registered campsite and for a maximum of 31 days.

Can I go to France with my caravan?

All you need to do now is go through French Passport Control and you’re ready to start your adventure. One of the benefits of travelling with a caravan or motorhome is that you can take as much luggage as you can fit in your vehicle, meaning you have no restrictions on the amount you pack.

Can you take a caravan on Red Funnel ferry?

Red Funnel has two height categories for caravans – under 2.7m and over 2.7m. Searches were carried out in mid October 2021, for a normal sized car (under 2m tall, under 5m long) pulling a caravan which was under 5.5m long and up to 2.7m tall. I considered a ‘reasonable time’ to be after 9am and before 8pm.

Can you take a campervan to the Isle of Wight?

Situated just off England’s South Coast, the Isle of Wight is the perfect place for a Campervan adventure. Whether you bring your car with you or simply travel as a foot passenger, once you are on the ferry your Island adventure has already begun. Book your car ferry crossing as part of your holiday.

Can you take campervan to Jura?

The Isle of Jura doesn’t have an official campsite, at least not in the way you and I expect one to be: A reserved space with numbered pitches, places to park a motorhome, a shower building, a reception etc etc. That, however, does not mean you can’t camp on Jura.

How do you get to the Isle of Jura?

The fastest way to reach Jura is by Jura Passenger Ferry. You can also travel via Islay by taking the Calmac car ferry from Kennacraig or by daily Loganair flights from Glasgow Airport. offers a free public transport journey planner, it’s the easiest way to plan your journey.

Are touring caravans allowed on Jersey?

Are caravans allowed on the Channel Islands?

There are certain legal requirements on vehicle size when travelling to and around Jersey and also the need for a Permit. Caravans and Motorhomes are only allowed into Jersey when booking a campsite and must have a permit issued by the Club.

Can you take a caravan on the Channel Tunnel?

Eurotunnel Le Shuttle is pleased to announce that it can accept vehicles (motor caravans, caravans and other recreational vehicles) which are fitted with LPG tanks used for powering domestic services only (e.g. refrigeration, cooking, heating).