Roscoff Port Guide
Address and contact details
Port de Bloscon
Tel: 02 98 29 28 13
Getting to Roscoff ferry port
Take the D69 to Brest, Quimper, and the South; the N58 will take you to Morlaix, and from there you can take the N12 to Rennes. The D786 takes you to Perros Guirec.
There are trains from Roscoff to Morlaix that take 29 minutes. From Morlaix you can take TGV's to the rest of France. Roscoff's SNCF train station can be reached on: 02 98 69 70 20
A regular bus service runs between Roscoff and Morlaix and takes 35 minutes.
It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk from the terminal to the town centre and 20 minutes from the terminal to the train station.
Driving distances from Roscoff
|La Rochelle||270 (443)|
|Mont St Michel||141 (227)|
Roscoff ferry port facilities
Cafeteria/ Bar/ Restaurant: During the winter when sailings to and from Roscoff are limited the bar/restaurant is open from 10am-7pm. During the summer months it is also open for ship arrivals and departures.
Bureau de change: There is no Bureau de Change in the terminal, only a cashpoint machine for which there is a charge.
Services for the disabled: All facilities in the Roscoff terminal are situated on the ground floor, which is accessible by small ramps from the main parking area. Disabled toilet facilities are available in the terminal.
Newspaper/ Gift Shop: Newspapers and a small selection of souvenirs can be bought here. The shop is open during June, July and August to meet ship arrivals and departures.
Showers: Shower facilities are available in the terminal and are open during the terminal's opening hours. The showers are token operated which can be purchased from the bar at a cost of 2 € for 6 minutes.
Tourist Information: The tourist information desk is open in the terminal during July and August. The tourist information office in the town centre is open throughout the year. The tourist office is at 46 rue Gambetta (02 98 61 12 13) in an attractive stone building north of the place de la République.
Parking at Roscoff ferry port
There is a large open car park in front of the passenger terminal. There is no charge for parking here but it is at the owner's risk. There is also another area where cars and caravans can park overnight, again this is complementary.
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