Roscoff Ferry Terminal
Roscoff ferry port has regular sailings to Plymouth in England, and to Cork and Rosslare in Ireland.
Roscoff ferry port is situated in Brittany, towards the western end of the Channel. A popular choice for those travelling to Brittany, it's also an ideal entry point for onward travel to the Loire and Aquitaine.
Travelling to Roscoff Ferry Terminal
Travelling by Car
Roscoff ferry port via the E50 from Paris to Morlaix and then the N58 towards the port. It will be well signposted as you arrive. Leaving the port, the D69 goes towards Brest, Quimper and the South. The N58 towards Morlaix will take you to the N12 in the direction of Rennes.
Travelling by Train
Regional trains from Roscoff to Morlaix run regularly and take approx 30 mins. From the larger station at Morlaix there are TGVs running to destinations across France.
Travelling by Bus
A regular bus service operates between Roscoff and Morlaix and takes approx 35 mins.
Roscoff: Port Facilities
The cafe/bar at the ferry terminal is open from 10am - 7pm (during the winter when sailings are limited). During the summer months it is also open for ship arrivals and departures.
All facilities in Roscoff ferry terminal are on the ground floor. Disabled toilet facilities are available in the terminal as well as by the car-lanes after check-in.
There is a shuttle bus which transports foot passengers between the passenger terminal and the ships for arrivals and departures. Transport can be provided for disabled foot passengers directly both from and to the ship.
The tourist information desk is only open during July and August. However, there is also a tourist information office located at the old port of Roscoff (near the lighthouse)
Car parks at Roscoff Ferry Port
Parking facilities at Roscoff port are all free of charge however vehicles are left at the owner's own risk. The large open car park in front of the passenger terminal offers parking up to a maximum of 48 hours. It has 24 hour access to toilet facilities. Near the embarkation lanes there is a small overnight parking area for motorhomes and caravans. 1km away from the port at Sainte Barbe, there is free overnight parking and also at Perharidy, 2 km away.
This information is provided for guidance only.