Looking to travel after 29 September?
We are very sad to announce that this route has closed as of 29 September 2014. You can still access Scandinavia using our other routes. Find out more and read more about the wonderful places you can stop off en route.
Taking your own vehicle by ferry to Denmark opens up a range of travel possibilities when you arrive. You'll be able to enjoy a flexible holiday at your own pace, seeing and doing exactly what you want to. Whether you take your own car, caravan or motorhome, travel by bicycle or motorcycle, you'll love discovering Scandinavia your own way.
With so much to do on our ferry from Harwich to Esbjerg, your break will start as soon as you step onboard. Our modern cruise ferry has several restaurants, a café, shop and bars with live entertainment. There’s also a children’s play area to keep the little ones happy. Films on demand are available in cabins too, but for a small extra charge.
Our overnight ferry from Newcastle to Amsterdam is also packed full of facilities and amenities including bars, restaurants shops and cafés, as well as a Kidz’ Club to keep all the family happy.
Our shorter ferry routes from Dover to France also have an onboard bar and self-service restaurant, as well as facilities for children to enjoy too.
Easy access to Scandinavia
Arriving in Esbjerg on the western coast of Denmark, you'll begin to see why it's a great place for a holiday or short break. Exciting cities, authentic villages and stunning natural vistas await you, and it's so easy to immerse yourself in Danish culture by driving the Marguerite Route.
If you’re travelling from Holland or France, then you will pass through scenic European countryside, major cities across the continent and the German autobahns. There are plenty of places to stop on the road to Scandinavia, so why not work in a touring holiday?
Denmark is a country rich in variety, from cool cities to traditional towns and villages. Even the landscape changes dramatically, with glacial lakes, dense woodland and sandy beaches. There's plenty for adventure lovers in the great outdoors, yet it's also perfect for families looking for an exciting holiday together.
Enjoy the fun of Legoland or Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, see Hamlet's castle in Copenhagen or learn about Viking culture with monuments and museums throughout the country. Visit our Denmark travel guide