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St Malo Port connects the French region of Brittany to the UK and Ireland as well as the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey. Arriving at St Malo means that travel farther into France is easy and convenient, as the terminal is connected with the main motorways in the area.
The Port of St Malo was constructed on a small island just off the coast and consists of two terminal buildings. As the port is popular with cruise ships as well as regular ferries, there are many souvenir stands and gift shops alongside the usual amenities like restaurants, cafes and banking facilities.
Over one million passengers utilise the port each year, and traffic to the Channel Islands is on the increase. For service to the Channel Islands as well as Poole and Portsmouth, Condor Ferries offers a variety of schedules.
Service to Weymouth departs at 17:00 and arrives at 23:50 with a short stop in Jersey. To get to Poole from St Malo, the Condor ferry leaves at 20:10 and gets in at 23:59. Services to Portsmouth change with the seasons, so it's best to check ahead.
Emeraude Lines has daily direct passage to Guernsey, but each season brings variations in scheduling. The most reliable way to get to Portsmouth is with Brittany Ferries, with daily sailings to the UK port that take just over 10 hours.
With St Malo being such a popular tourist hub, it's easy to continue your journey into France once you've just arrived. There are car rental agencies operating directly from and near the ferry port, making getting on the road easy. Book car hire in advance through our easy booking services and pick up your keys at the port.