Portsmouth to St Malo car ferry
Overnight car ferry crossings
Sail direct to Brittany on our Portsmouth to St Malo car ferry route, offering convenient overnight crossings carrying cars and passengers to France every day. St Malo is ideally situated to make a fast onward journey to destinations in Brittany, the Loire, the Dordogne and the Atlantic coast.
There is easy access to main routes on the French road network from St Malo for a quick, stress free onward journey from the port. Taking your own car enables you and your family to enjoy a relaxed and familiar driving experience, and you can pack without worrying about baggage allowances. Fill the car with all your essentials and be fully prepared for the holiday ahead!
- Outward overnight sailings every day
- Daily cruises on the return journey
- No baggage allowances - pack all your holiday essentials
- Hit the road with fast routes out of St Malo
Luxurious cruise ferries
When you take the car ferry to St Malo you'll be sailing on the Bretagne or Pont-Aven. These luxury, modern car ferries offer a range of two and four berth cabin options, stylish sundecks and lounges, a choice of restaurants, shops, bars, and restaurants and onboard entertainment for all ages.
Discover more about your onboard experience with Brittany Ferries from Portsmouth to St Malo.
Holidays in France by car
Taking your car makes for really convenient holidays in France - choose your route with the freedom to get there fast on the motorway, or soak up the French atmosphere and explore rural France by getting off the beaten track. You can easily plan for a multi-centre holiday or add overnight stops to sightsee and visit the different areas on your route. Driving your own car provides familiar comfort for all the family and should make your journey relaxed and stress free.
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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.