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Port of Saint-Malo

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Ferry Saint-Malo - Portsmouth

Ferry Saint-Malo - Portsmouth

How to get to the Port of Saint-Malo?

Terminal Ferry du Naye, Chaussée Eric Tabarly, 35400 Saint-Malo, Francia Terminal Ferry du Naye, Chaussée Eric Tabarly, 35400 Saint-Malo, Francia

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The port of St. Malo
Book your ferry ticket to St. Malo now and enjoy this city on the north-west coast of France in the Brittany region.
The city's historic centre is surrounded by a circular wall containing great stories and legends. To cross the wall is to enter history, strolling through cobblestone streets where time seems to have stopped.

With buildings of great interest should not miss the Cathedral of St. Vincent where you can see almost all architectural styles, the Castle of Saint Malo built in the fifteenth century and now houses the museum of the city, and the National Fort built on a small islet next to the walls of the city that defended it.
From St. Malo you can enter the area of Brittany, a region of sailors and peasants, of cities full of history, of castles and walled enclosures.

Charming places such as the city of Rennes, Nantes, Dinan and its 14th century castle, Broceland in whose forest was born the legend of King Arthur or the famous megalith camps in you will find the best prices and the most comfortable way to buy your ferry ticket to travel to St. Malo.
Departure Information 
The port of St. Malo is a fundamental connection point between France and England. More than one million ferry passengers pass through its two terminals every year as St. Malo is one of the most important holiday destinations on the north coast of France.
From St. Malo we find a daily route to the English city of Portsmouth which takes approximately 9 hours.