The ferry port of St Malo connects France with England, Guernsey & Jersey with ferry services operated by Brittany Ferries & Condor Ferries.
There is a choice of up to 40 sailings per week from St Malo with the shortest crossing taking around 1 hour 20 minutes.
Use our guide on this page for some quick information or get live St Malo sailing times and prices in our fare search.
St Malo is a port city in Brittany, north western France and provides connections via the English Channel with Southern England and the Channel Islands.
St Malo is famous for its old walled city and beautiful old buildings contained in a maze of small narrow streets, museums, restaurants and cafés.
If you're in St Malo then go to the little town of Cancale, famous for its oysters.
From Paris, its approximtely a 4 hour drive via Motorway A11, then RN137.
From Caen, it will take approximately 1 hour 50 minutes via Motorway A84.
To get to the port, follow signs at each exit for St Malo to the Terminal Ferry du Naye.
Take the train from Paris Montparnasse to St Malo train station (The SNCF Station is in the Square Jean Coquelin). It takes approximately 20 minutes to walk from the ferry terminal to the train station.
For more information on French rail services, please visit the SNCF website.
There is a bus stop about three minutes walk from the terminal next to the swimming pool.
There is an open car park just opposite the passenger terminal. Charges apply.
Gare Maritime du Naye, 35400 Saint-Malo
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near St Malo Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our St Malo Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!