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Cork to Roscoff ferries

  • One sailing a week
  • Sail aboard our flagship ferry, Pont-Aven
  • Weekend sailings

Cork to Roscoff route map

Maps and driving directions

For detailed information about accessing the ports, check out the port guides for each destination.

Cork is the convenient cross-channel ferry port for all of Southern Ireland, with Dublin less than three hours drive away. It is easy to reach with the E201 providing fast access to the area. See the map below for more detailed directions.

Roscoff ferry port is clearly sign-posted from all the main access routes around Roscoff and is easily accessed from the D69 or N58.


Roscoff is a beautiful fishing village with many tourist attractions. The Old Harbour is lined with traditional restaurants offering Breton specialities such as mussels or for a sweet treat, traditional French crepes. The stunning ile de Batz is just a boat ride away, or visit the botanical gardens or the thalassotherapy institute where relaxing and healing therapies with the local seaweed and seawater have been offered for over a hundred years. Roscoff is an ideal gateway into Brittany and a great starting point for journeys to holidays all over France.

Find out the driving distances to popular holiday destinations using the table below.

Driving distances from Roscoff

Distances to popular destinations
CityFrom Roscoff Miles (Km)
Bayonne, Aquitaine534 (855)
Biarritz, Aquitaine495 (812)
Bordeaux, Aquitaine408 (657)
Clermont Ferrand, Auvergne499 (799)
Brest, Brittany41 (66)
La Baule, Pays de la Loire183 (295)
Quimper, Brittany62 (102)
Paris, Ile de France333 (546)
Poitiers, Poitou Charentes337 (543)
Tours, Loire Valley261 (428)
Toulouse, Midi Pyrénées527 (865)
Bayeux, Normandy226 (363)
Mont St Michel, Normandy141 (227)
La Rochelle, Poitou Charentes270 (443)
Marseille, Provence Côte d'Azur782 (1258)
Nice, Provence Côte d'Azur883 (1421)
Angers, Pays de la Loire212 (341)
Nantes, Pays de la Loire198 (317)
Saumur, Pays de la Loire252 (406)