Roscoff ferry port in France is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Plymouth & Cork available. With a selection of up to 10 Sailings Weekly, the port of Roscoff connects France with England & Ireland.
Sailing durations range from 5 hours 15 minutes on the Plymouth service to 13 hours on the Cork service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Roscoff fare search.
Roscoff is a ferry port situated in Brittany, on the north west coast of France providing regular connections to Southern England and several Irish ports.
With its direct access onto the autoroute, Roscoff is the perfect starting point to discover Brittany, Loire and Aquitaine, as well as Paris which is situated at around 560km East.
If you spend some time in this picturesque fishing village, be sure to sample the Breton crêpes and cider.
Roscoff can be reached by taking the E50 from Paris to Morlaix and then the N58 to the port.
From Paris there are regular services to Morlaix via TGV on the main Paris Atlantique route. Approximate travel time is 4 hours. From Morlaix take the train to Roscoff. It takes approximately 20 minutes to walk between the terminal to the train station.
For more information visit the SNCF or TGV website.
A regular bus service runs between Roscoff and Morlaix and takes 35 minutes.
There is a large open car park in front of the passenger terminal. There is no charge for parking here but it is at the owner's risk. There is also another area where cars and caravans can park overnight, again this is complementary.
Gare Maritime, Port du Bloscon, 29688 Roscoff, France
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