Carteret ferry port in France connects you with Jersey (St Helier) in Jersey with a choice of up to 2 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Carteret to Jersey crossing is from 1 hour 5 minutes and the crossing is operated by Manche Iles Express.
Carteret, situated in North-Western France, is a ferry port which provides connections to the Channel Islands for foot passengers. From Carteret you can travel to Jersey and Guernsey in less than 90 minutes. The 'port of isles' gets very busy during the summer season but is very quiet during the winter.
From Paris, 4h Motorway A13/E05 (Autoroute de Normandie)
From Rennes, 2h30, Motorway A84/E03 (Autoroute des Estuaires)
Valognes train station is closest to the port.
For more information, please visit the SNCF website.
There is an open car park at the passenger terminal. There is no charge for parking here but it is at your own risk.
Quai Valmy, 50270 Barneville-Carteret
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