Cherbourg is a deep water port that offers easy and safe access at any time of the year. Back in 1930’s, Cherbourg was one of the most important transatlantic ports in Europe. About 70 years, Cherbourg, gateway to Normandy, has become a prime cruise destination.
With first class service to the cruise ships, crew and passengers, the new Cherbourg cruise terminal provides a 600 meter long berth with a water depth of 13 m, 2500 m² on two levels for top class operation to passengers, and luggage handling with easy connection to bus and taxis and covered access to the ship via electric gangways.
Within a walking distance from the heart of the city, Cherbourg cruise terminal provides all modern port facilities and reliable services for either a tourist or turnaround destination.
Attractions & Excursions
Mont Saint Michel
A step into the past through the medieval streets of the Marvel of the West
D Day Beaches
Cherbourg is a homeport for the D Day beaches and sites. Land of memory
Parks and castles
Castles owners open their doors to welcome cruise guests in their somptuous gardens for exclusive visitors.
Cap of La Hague
Discover wild preserve heritage and do hikes and walks along side the coast.
News from Cherbourg
- Agena Tramp goes beyond expectations
- Cherbourg and migration period
- Cruise greeters in Cherbourg
- Sixth unexpected call in the port of Cherbourg
- Calls of MSC Opera, Deutschland and Costa Neo Romantica
- Cruise season in Cherbourg
- Cherbourg marks the 100th anniversary of Titanic