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The Plymouth St Malo ferry route connects England with France. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Brittany Ferries. The crossing operates up to 1 times each week with sailing durations from around 10 hours 30 minutes.
Plymouth St Malo sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Plymouth St Malo route is a car and 2 passengers.
I have made many ferry journeys taking vehicles backward and forward to Europe and have always been a cheapskate choosing to sleep in the chairs rather than booking a room. After the last journey from Civitaveccia to Barcelona on Grimaldy I swore I would only ever travel with a proper cabin to sleep in. This decision has transformed my experience and ensured that I arrive at my destinations relaxed and rested. Now, if we could only convince the shipping companies to charge a sensible price for the use of a cupboard overnight, they seem to think that what they offer is first class! The Pont Aven is a lovely boat and the crew always seem particularly friendly. I think the Plymouth or Portsmouth to Saint Malo is one of my favourite routes as the timings are perfect for onward travel.
'Raymon' travelled Plymouth St Malo with Brittany Ferries on Pont AvenRead More Read Less
The English city of Plymouth is located on the south coast of the county of Devon, in the south west of the Britain. It is around 300 km to the south west of London and is located between the mouths of the River Plym and the River Tamar, where they both join Plymouth Sound. The city's history is inextricably linked to the sea and in its time the city has been, or still is, a hub for shipbuilding and seafaring in general. It is also home to the largest operational naval base in Western Europe, Her Majesty's Naval Base Devonport.
The city's waterfront areas have many attractions for visitors to enjoy. The Barbican's cobbles quayside are definitely worth strolling through where visitors can follow in the Pilgrim father's footsteps. Alternatively, the National Marine Aquarium with its deep water fish tanks is also worth a visit. Then there is the Blackfriars Gin Distillery, where Plymouth's finest export can be tasted or simply take a boat trip around Plymouth Sound from Mayflower Steps.
Ferry services to Roscoff in France and Santander in Spain depart from the city's port. There is also a passenger service operating to the Cornish hamlet of Cremyll, which is believed to have been in operation since 1204.
Although St. Malo may not be one of the biggest cities in the Brittany area of France, it is close to Mont Saint Michel and is a really good base for visitors to explore the city and its surrounding area. There are a number of popular attractions in the city with the most historic located along the cobblestone alleys around the walled city. The city's ramparts provide a lovely view of the city and immediate surrounding area and the Cathedrale St. Vincent, located on the Place Jean de Chatillon is the city's centrepiece attraction. Also popular in the city are the Fort National, the Chateau de St. Malo, the amazing Grand Aquarium and the city's lovely sandy beaches.
The city is the final destination for the daily Condor Ferry, which starts in Weymouth, England, stopping off at both Guernsey and Jersey along the way.