About Dover Port Parking
Dover port parking is available through ParkVia to pre-book at any time of day. Get your journey off to the perfect stress-free start by sorting out your parking before you even leave home!
It's easy to book Dover port parking with us: simply enter the dates and times between which you require a space in the booking form above, to access a quote with the various prices and available services for that period. You can compare options for the best value for money and to find a service that suits your needs best. Once you've chosen, complete our short booking process to secure your space. Minutes later confirmation is emailed and sent via text message to you, making sure you have all the information you need.
So next time you're travelling from Dover port, make you're life easier and choose Dover port parking with ParkVia ahead of your journey.
What our customers say about parking at Dover.
Rated 4.83 out of 5 based on 18 reviews from customers that booked at Dover Airport with us.
03 June 2022
Perfect for parking the car for two weeks - very friendly staff
25 April 2022
Le personnel est très aimable. Le service de navette super.
19 April 2022
Thoroughly satisfied with the service and would strongly recommend it to all on all our friends.
10 March 2022
Excellent service. Staff were brilliant and extremely prompt and efficient transfer to and from the port. Would highly recommend.
10 February 2022
A friendly and efficient service
26 September 2019
Did try to charge me twice but production of my online bank statement solved the issue don't know what would have happened if I could not supply it
16 September 2019
Very friendly and helpful service
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Dover Port Information
Dover Port is located 1hr 30 mins from London and is the busiest port in Europe, acting as a gateway to and from the mainland for the UK. The history of the port dates all the way back to 1606. Today around 16 million travellers come through the port each year. Ferries to the French ports of Calais and Dunkirk cross the Channel several times a day, run by P&O Ferries, DFDS Seaways and My Ferry Link.
The port also has a very busy cargo terminal, which handles 300,000 tonnes of freight annually per year, as well as two cruise terminals served by 25 different cruise lines, which travel to destinations in Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Southern Europe and even over to the USA.