For passengers taking ferries from Roscoff to Plymouth, these maps of Roscoff and Plymouth will help you with driving directions to and from the ports.
Roscoff ferry port is accessed via the D69 or N58 and the port is clearly sign-posted from all the main access routes around Roscoff.
Plymouth is less than 3-hours’ drive away from Cardiff and is perfect for visiting the West Country, the Midlands and Wales.
Plymouth is a famous maritime city with a strong naval past. Wander the cobbled streets of The Barbican for seafood restaurants, bar terraces and the Mayflower Steps from where the Pilgrims set sail for America. Head to Plymouth Hoe, where Sir Francis Drake enjoyed a game of bowls before setting sail against the Spanish Armada, for breath-taking views and the perfect spot for a picnic. And if you love the sea, don’t miss the National Marine Aquarium. Explore the South West with bustling Bristol and elegant Bath a little over 2 hours’ drive away.
Driving distances to some popular areas are shown in the table below: