The St Malo - Plymouth service was operated by Brittany Ferries.
The St Malo - Plymouth route is no longer running and there are currently no direct alternative ferry services between France, Brittany and England, UK either. Please browse our route, port, destination or ferry company pages to see if there is an alternative option or follow the links on this page for further information.
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The French city and seaport of St Malo is located in Brittany in the north west of France and lies on the English Channel coast. It was built on an island of granite and has a unique atmosphere, wonderful scenery and lovely beaches. St Malo is popular with tourists from across Europe although for some visitors it is just the start or the end of a vacation to Brittany as they use the town's port to get too and from England. The town is widely regarded as the prettiest channel port in France with its cobbled streets, hotels, bars, restaurants and shops. There are streets and squares lined with tall mansions which are in turn enclosed by a complete circuit of ramparts. The modern harbour now connects the citadel to the mainland.
The Port of St Malo has two new ferry terminals which have good passenger facilities including gift shops, cafes and bureau de change. Ferry services from the port depart to Poole, Portsmouth and Weymouth in England, via the Channel Islands.
The city of Plymouth is located in the south west of England, in the county of Devon, and has a long and rich maritime history and many famous residents over the years which includes Sir Francis Drake. It is the largest city in Devon and has a lovely location on the coast. The city has a large city centre that has been redeveloped and contains lots of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants and also has a number of prominent modern suburbs. Perhaps the best known and most popular attraction in the city is the amazing National Marine Aquarium that contains large tanks of gigantic proportions, underwater tunnels and plenty of large sharks! Plymouth Gin with its famous distillery that dates back over 400 years is also a popular attraction as is the Dartmoor Wildlife Park to the north east of the city, which is popular with families. Green spaces within the city includes Central Park which features a range of sports facilities and a large leisure complex.
Ferries from Plymouth depart to Roscoff in France and Santander in Spain.