The M20 links Folkestone to the M25 in just 55 minutes, while Central London can be reached in 1 hour 45 minutes. Head for the M20, turn off at any junction between 10 and 13 and follow the signs.
If travelling via the M2 turn off at junction 7 for Canterbury, follow the A2 until the turn off for the A260 (signposted Folkestone) to join the M20 or A20. The A259 coastal road connects Folkestone, Hythe and Romney Marsh. There are frequent bus services to and from the area, and national coach services also stop here.
Stagecoach South Easts environmentally friendly bus services operate across east Kent with local depots in Folkestone and an outstation at Old Romney.
There are a variety of options for you to travel to Folkestone and Hythe. If you are travelling by car, you can drive straight onto Eurotunnel Le Shuttle at Calais. In just 35 minutes you will be in Folkestone. Trains run all day and night, with up to 4 departures an hour.
If you want to find your sea legs, then drive onto one of our ferry providers, with frequent Channel crossings between Kent and Nord-Pas de Calais. P&O Ferries operate on the Calais to Dover route, while DFDS Seaways runs a service from Dunkerque to Dover. Join the A20 towards London on arrival and turn off at Junctions 10 to 13 for Folkestone and Hythe.