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Southampton Port or the Port of Southampton as it is also known is a container port (the 2nd busiest in the UK) and a cruise terminal which is the busiest in the country. It sees millions of people pass through it each year and is very popular with tourists. As well as long cruises there are also pleasure cruises around the area that dock here.
On YourParkingSpace you can find and book parking near to Southampton Port, whether it's a parking spot for a few hours, secure overnight parking, or a space long-term. Via booking beforehand you guarantee yourself a car parking space & also save a lot of cash when compared to many car parks.
If you have an available driveway space, underground parking space, or lock-up garage by Southampton Port then you could earn additional income by letting it out. All types of parking spaces close to Southampton Port can be rented out, ranging from daily car parking for one-off visitors to Southampton Port or commuters looking for contract car parking.
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Latest Southampton Port parking reviews
Very easy Drive up, barrier recognises my No plate, park. When I leave I walk past the queues to pay, drive up to barrier and it opens I love how easy this is, also no hassle during lockdown, parking automatically put on hold until the restrictions are lifted. Cheaper than paying daily too!Suzy
Always plenty of space, site very helpfulKevin
Great parking. Safe and easy to find. Would park there again.Sanjay
Easy and handy for the RedjetKaren
Great value charge, easy to find, super convenient. Recommend.Fiona
Easy to book. Really convenient.Karol
I arrived at the car park and I parked. 24 hrs later I picked the car up and left the car park to return home. What’s not to like about that?Neil