Colourful boats at the port in Roscoff © Shutterstock

Plymouth to Roscoff car ferry

Cars and passengers taken on all sailings

Take your car to Brittany day or night on our Plymouth to Roscoff car ferry, carrying passengers and vehicles to France most days on conveniently timed daytime and overnight crossings. Roscoff is an ideal gateway into Brittany and also offers a great starting point for journeys to the Loire, the Dordogne and the Atlantic coast.

Roscoff offers easy access to the French road network for a fast onward journey from the port. By travelling with your car you and your family can enjoy a comfortable, familiar driving experience. You can also pack without worrying about baggage allowances, just load up the car with all your holiday essentials!

  • Up to two sailings a day

  • Daytime and overnight sailings

  • Pack the car with all your holiday essentials

  • Enjoy a convenient, fast onward journey from Roscoff

Modern and stylish ferry fleet

When you take a car ferry to Roscoff you'll travel on Armorique or Pont-Aven. Both these cruise ferries have a range of comfortable two and four berth cabins, stylish lounges and sundecks, a choice of restaurants, cafes and bars, shops and onboard entertainments for all ages.

Find out what you can expect onboard Brittany Ferries from Plymouth to Roscoff.

Getting around France by car

Take your car to enjoy convenient, flexible travel and allow you to easily plan a multi-centre holiday in France or add overnight stops to your journey. Choose your preferred route to get to your destination fast, or explore rural areas and see the sights by taking slower more scenic roads instead. Using your own car provides a familiar, comfortable journey for all the family to help keep things relaxed and stress free.

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. Find out more about Driving in France.