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Roscoff Ferry Port & Terminal guide

Ferry port facilities, directions and transport information

Situated at the western end of the Channel on the Brittany coast Roscoff International Port is a great entry point to France for those travelling to Brittany, the Loire and Aquitaine. Roscoff Harbour has direct access onto the autoroute for a fast onward journey into France by car.

Brittany Ferries offers a choice of cruise ferry crossings travelling between Roscoff and the ports of Cork in Ireland and Plymouth in Devon.

About Roscoff Port

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Where is Roscoff Ferry Port?

Address & contact details

Gare Maritime
Port de Bloscon
Tel: 02 98 29 28 13
GPS co-ordinates:
DD (DDD.DDDDD°) 48.721784, -3.967001
DMS (DDD° MM' SS.S") 48°43'18.4"N 3°58'01.2"W

Getting to and from Roscoff Ferry Port

By car

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.

Distances to popular destinations from Roscoff
ToMiles (Km)
Angers212 (341)
Bayeux226 (363)
Biarritz495 (812)
Bordeaux408 (657)
Brest41 (66)
La Rochelle270 (443)
Marseille782 (1258)
Mont St Michel141 (227)
Paris333 (546)
Tours261 (428)

By taxi

Taxis are generally available at the terminal when the ship arrives however should there not be any please ask our staff to book one for you. The fare to the town centre is about 8 euros.

If you want to book a taxi yourself you can try the numbers below:

  • Taxi Chapalain Emmanuelle based in Roscoff: 0618352236
  • Gui home also based in Roscoff: 0640700128
  • AB Taxis also based in Roscoff: 0607679090
  • Taxi Le Pors based in St Pol de Leon: 0298670000

By bus

There is no bus service between the terminal and town centre but a regular service runs between Roscoff and Morlaix and takes around 35 minutes. Further details can be found on the Viaoo website (Ligne 29).

By train

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.

By foot

It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk from the terminal to the town centre and 20 minutes from the terminal to the train station.

Roscoff Ferry Port Facilities

Bureau de change

There is no Bureau de Change in the terminal.

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.

Disabled facilities

  • All facilities in the Roscoff terminal are situated on the ground floor
  • Disabled toilet facilities are available in the terminal and in the car lanes after check-in
  • Transport can be provided for disabled foot passengers directly to and from the ship
  • Wheelchairs are available in the terminal in case of emergencies


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. There is also a tourist information office at the old port of Roscoff, close to the Lighthouse.

Travelling with Dogs

Dogs are allowed in all areas of the port but they must be on a lead and muzzled. There is a park on the way into the centre of Roscoff and dogs are welcome in all pedestrian areas.

Electric Cars

There are two charge points close by the Passenger Terminal in Roscoff, operated by 'CCI Morlaix' (telephone number 0033 298 79 79 49). The cost is €2 per charge, however, you will need to obtain a refill-card before using this facility.  Please visit this link for more details of charging points across France.

Please note that all toilet facilities throughout the port will be closed overnight. There is no longer a cash point at the terminal. 

Parking at Roscoff Ferry Port

Parking facilities at Roscoff port are all free of charge, but vehicles are left at the owner's own risk. You can park for a maximum of 48 hours in the large open car park in front of the passenger terminal. There is a small overnight parking area for motorhomes and caravans near the embarkation lanes. Also there is free overnight parking at Sainte Barbe, 1km away from the port, and at Perharidy, 2 km away.

Ferries to Roscoff Ferry Port

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Roscoff Photo Gallery

An aerial view of Roscoff Roscoff harbour A beach in Roscoff, Brittany Roscoff port - Credit: BERTHIER Emmanuel Chapelle Sainte-Barbe, Roscoff - Credit: BERTHIER Emmanuel Onion Johnny bike in Roscoff, Finistère, Brittany

About Roscoff

Roscoff port - Credit: BERTHIER Emmanuel

Roscoff is a picturesque fishing village on the North coast of Brittany and is an idyllic introduction to Brittany's rustic charms.

In Roscoff, attractive 16th century granite buildings nestle against the coastline, the streets filled with fantastic restaurants, serving great food, and charming little art galleries and gift shops.

Read our Roscoff City Guide.

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