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The Port of St Malo

  St Malo Port Map


The port of St Malo is located in Brittany in North West France. It is famous for it’s walled old city, narrow streets and beautiful buildings. Notorious in the past for piracy, St Malo is now a major tourist destination. The port offers sailings to Portsmouth, Plymouth, Weymouth and Poole, with services offered by Brittany Ferries and Condorferries. The quickest crossing is to Weymouth, with an average crossing time of 6 hours. St Malo also provides a large number of sailings each week to Jersey and Guernsey in the Channel Islands with Condorferries, the average crossing time to Jersey being 1 hour 20 minutes.


Cross channel operators Departure Destination Weekly Crossings Duration
Brittany Ferries   Brittany Ferries Portsmouth St Malo 5 10h 45min
Brittany Ferries   Brittany Ferries Plymouth St Malo 1 10h 15min
Condor Ferries   Condor Ferries Guernsey St Malo 12 2 hours
Condor Ferries   Condor Ferries Jersey St Malo 14 1h 20min
Condor Ferries   Condor Ferries Poole St Malo 6 5h 30min
Condor Ferries   Condor Ferries Weymouth St Malo 6 5h 50min


GPS co ordinates Latitude Longitude
St Malo Ferry Port 48º38'32.7" N (48.64243 N) 2º1'31.8" W (-2.02550 E)

 Driving To St Malo


St Malo Ferry Port by Car

St Malo is approximately 4 hours from Paris by way of the A11 and RN137. The journey from Caen will take around 1 hour 50 minutes from Caen using the A84. When driving to St Malo you should follow the signs at each exit for St Malo to the Terminal Ferry du Naye.


St Malo Ferry Port Information

Address & contact details

Gare Maritime du Naye
St Malo
Tel: 0299 406 441


Port Facilities

Mother and baby room

If you’re travelling with babies it's good to know that there are baby changing rooms in the terminal and in the car compound.



The cafeteria is open for departures and arrivals during the day.


Disabled facilites

  • • The terminal is a one storey building accesible for wheelchairs
  • • Disable passengers can make use of disabled parking spaces in front of the terminal building
  • • There are disabled toilets in the terminal and along the quayside
  • • Disabled passengers are provided with transport to and from the ships
  • • There are wheelchairs available in the terminal for emergencies



There are showers available within the terminal open during the terminal opening hours.



There is a souvenir and paper shop open during the summer.



If you need Internet access you must ask at the information desk for details. Free Wi-Fi is available in the terminal.


Regular Bus Service

A bus service transports passengers between the terminal and the ships both for arrivals and departures.


Tourist Information Office

The tourist information is open during the summer for all sailings. Phone number: 0825 135 200.



Dogs are allowed in all areas of the port providing that they are on a lead and muzzled. Unfortunately they are not allowed out of the vehicle in which they are travelling once the security check point has been passed.


Updated: 20 April 2024

by Paul Quigley