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Book a Roscoff Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the port of Roscoff in France to Cork ferry port in Ireland or to the port of Plymouth in England
with the ferry operator Brittany Ferries
. Book a ferry from the French port of Roscoff to the ports of Cork or Plymouth online.
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About Roscoff Ferry
Roscoff is a small ferry port that makes the perfect gateway to the delights of Brittany in France. The main routes converge nearby for easy access to
the rest of France. Visit Roscoff's fishing quay, seafood restaurants and thalassotherapy centres. Roscoff also has a stunning coastline
and beautiful beaches. The best beach in Roscoff is the Laber which is about a kilometre away surrounded by expensive apartments and hotels.
Roscoff as a port that was opened in 1973 in an attempt to help the Breton economy. Ships go to both Plymouth and Cork in Ireland, which allows tourists to go there but also encourages trade to happen between the more traditional celtic nations of Ireland, Southwest England and Brittany.
The Port of Roscoff is situated on the Brittany coast 24kms from Morlaix and is the Channel's most surprising ferry port, a tranquil fishing village in beautiful west Brittany, Roscoff is the ideal ferry port for travelling to and from Brittany, the West Coast and South Western France. Good toll-free highways lead to all parts of Brittany, or further south into western France.
Plymouth to Roscoff ferry crossing is operated by the ferry operator Brittany Ferries. Daily sailings on Plymouth to Roscoff route take 6 hours. Night journeys will arrive at the ferry port of Roscoff at 6:30am the next morning and at Plymouth port at 6am the next day. Brittany Ferries ships: Duc de Normandie, Val de Loire and Pont-Aven, are the ferries operating this ferry crossing. Minimum check in time on this ferry route is 45 min.
Roscoff was the birthplace of ferry operator Brittany Ferries and is still the location of it's main headquarters. Plymouth / Roscoff was the first route by Brittany Ferries. A Roscoff / Cork route was set up in conjunction with the new Plymouth / Santander route these routes were a spectacular success and still operate today.
Roscoff Ferry Port Terminal Facilities:
The FERRY terminal is quite limited in its range of facilities, though passengers will find vending machines with hot and cold refreshments as well as a small store. Onboard facilities are excellent, with a wide variety of food and beverage outlets available, as well as excellent entertainment amenities. Provisions for those with disabilities include good wheelchair access throughout the PORT terminal, with specially adapted washrooms provided. Passengers should advise their ferry company of any special needs that they may have soon enough before travelling.
Getting to Roscoff ferry port By Car:
From the south (Quimper and Brest) use the D69 road to arrive to Roscoff. From the West use (Rennes) use the N12 road then take the N58 road at Morlaix.
Alternative Ferry Routes from France to the UK and Ireland
- Dieppe to Newhaven, operated by Hoverspeed Ferries.
- Caen to Portsmouth, operated by Brittany Ferries.
- Caen to Portsmouth, operated by P&O Ferries.
- Cherbourg to Poole, operated by Brittany Ferries.
- Cherbourg to Portsmouth, operated by Brittany Ferries.
- Cherbourg to Portsmouth, operated by P&O Ferries.
- Cherbourg to Rosslare, operated by P&O Ferries.
- Cherbourg to Dublin, operated by P&O Irish Sea Ferries.
- Le Havre to Portsmouth, operated by P&O Ferries.
- St Malo to Portsmouth, operated by Brittany Ferries.
- Calais to Dover, operated by SeaFrance.
- Calais to Dover, operated by Hoverspeed.
- Calais to Dover, operated by P&O Ferries.
- Calais to Folkestone, operated by Eurotunnel.