Cork to Roscoff car ferry
Cars and passengers taken on all sailings
Take the Cork to Roscoff car ferry to France and sail onboard our luxury flagship, Pont-Aven. Departing each Saturday afternoon, this luxurious cruise ferry carries both cars and passengers direct to Brittany arriving on Sunday morning.
Roscoff has easy access from the port to the French road network and offers a great starting point for onward journeys to the Loire, the Dordogne and is an ideal gateway to all areas of Brittany. By bringing your car you can enjoy a safe, familiar driving experience and your family will have a comfortable ride. Load up the car without fear of exceeding baggage allowances; simply pack everything you need for your holiday!
- Weekly sailings departing each Saturday
- Afternoon departure for an overnight cruise
- Fill the car with all your holiday essentials
- Access the French roads fast from Roscoff
Car ferry to Roscoff
When you take a car ferry to Roscoff you'll travel on Pont-Aven, a luxury cruise ferry offering a range of comfortable two and four berth cabins. Onboard facilities including a pool and leisure area, stylish lounges and sundecks, and a choice of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops make your journey feel like a holiday in itself!
Discover more about the onboard experience with Brittany Ferries from Cork to Roscoff.
Getting around France by car
Travelling with your car allows convenient, flexible travel and gives you the option of taking a multi-centre holiday in France or making additional overnight stops. Get to your destination fast on the motorway, or choose to explore rural areas with a slower, more scenic route. Having your own car with you provides a familiar driving experience and helps to ensure a relaxing journey for all the family.
Driving distances from Roscoff
|La Rochelle||270 (443)|
|Mont St Michel||141 (227)|
France driving information
To ensure you are fully prepared for driving in France have a look at our helpful guides on what to expect, and find out what you'll need to know in the unfortunate event of an accident or breakdown.