St Malo Ferry Port & Terminal guide
Ferry port facilities, directions and transport information
The ferry port is conveniently situated just a few minutes from the centre of beautiful St Malo on the north coast of Brittany. St Malo also offers the benefit of a location closer to Brittany's beaches and holiday attractions than some other French ports, and good access to the regional and national road network.
Address & contact details
Gare Maritime du Naye
Tel: 02 99 40 64 41
GPS co-ordinates: 48.642572,-2.024215
Baby changing room
There are baby-changing facilities in the terminal and in the car compound
There is a cafeteria facility in the passenger terminal that is open during the day for arrivals and departures
- Single storey building is easily accessible with a wheelchair
- Disabled parking is available in front of the terminal building
- Disabled toilets can be found in the terminal and also along the quayside
- Transport is provided for disabled passengers directly to and from the ship
- Wheelchairs are available in the terminal in case of emergencies
There is free Wi-Fi Internet access available in the terminal. Please ask at the information desk for details.
Shower facilities are available 24h a day outside the terminal and are open during the terminal's opening hours.
There is a shuttle bus operating between the terminal and the ship for foot passengers.
An electronic board displaying information on St Malo is located in the terminal. Further information: 0825 135 200 (0.15€/min)
Travelling with Dogs
Dogs are allowed in all areas of the port but they must be on a lead and muzzled. Dogs are not allowed to leave the vehicle once they have been checked in.
Once past security, water is available for your animal. This is marked by a sign saying 'Point d'eau Animaux'.
Outside of the port dogs are welcome on a lead in the local area. In the summer season they are not allowed on the beach.Intra-Muros in St Malo - Credit: LE GAL Yannick One of the ancient gateways to Intra Muros, St Malo's walled town, Brittany Terrasse place Chateaubriand, St Malo - Credit: Indigo Communication View of St Malo with Intra-Muros in the background - Credit: ABLAIN Caroline An aerial view of St Malo in the distance Tall Ships Race in St Malo - Credit: Valérie Moulin
A toll-free dual carriageway, the N137, connects St Malo to the rest of the France. To get to the port, follow signs at each exit for St Malo to the Terminal Ferry du Naye.
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Taxis are available outside the terminal. ABC Taxi (tel: 06 10 03 18 86) and St Malo Taxi (tel: 02 23 181 181). Fares to the town centre are approximately €8 (€10 after 19:00hrs, on Sundays and public holidays). There is a request service offered by a company called Keolis, who are able to transport those with limited mobility including wheelchairs.
The train station is located about 25 minutes walk from the terminal. Taxis cost approximately €8.50 (€12.50 after 19:00, on Sundays and public holidays). The SNCF Station is in the Square Jean Coquelin.
There is a bus stop about three minutes walk from the terminal next to the swimming pool (La piscine du Naye). Buses run every 20 minutes and go directly to the city centre and the train station. The shuttle bus is called 'Coeurs de Ville' and costs around €1.30 per person. Visit the Keolis Saint-Malo website for more information.
It takes approximately 10 minutes to walk from the ferry terminal to the town centre and coach station and 25 minutes to the train station.
Short and long-term parking is available near the terminal. The car park in front of the terminal has a height limit of 2.2m and is free for the first 20 minutes then €10 per 24 hours afterwards. Cars, caravans and motor homes can park in the car lanes overnight for the next day's sailing. The vehicle is parked at your own risk and should not be left unattended. You will need to be ready to check in at 07.30 and there is no access to toilet facilities between 21.00 - 06.00. Motor homes will be asked to park with the freight vehicles.
The beautiful city of St Malo in Brittany curves out to sea on a stunning natural harbour that has created some of the best sandy beaches on the Emerald Coast.
Rising out of the granite rock, St Malo is a maze of medieval streets bursting with history and culture. Read our St Malo City Guide.
For information about St Malo for people with reduced mobility please visit here.
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