For passengers taking ferries from St Malo to Portsmouth, these maps of St Malo and Portsmouth will help you with driving directions to and from the ports.
St Malo ferry port is accessed via the toll free dual carriageway the N137. The port is clearly sign-posted "Terminal Ferry du Naye" from all the main access routes around St Malo.
Portsmouth is perfectly placed to visit London which is less than two hours’ drive away. It also has easy access to the M27 for fast routes to the Midlands and the South of England.
Portsmouth is a fascinating city as well as being a great port for travel onwards to London. The Historic Dockyard and Mary Rose museum are brilliant attractions to visit to uncover its maritime heritage. Travel east to explore England’s famous south coast with towns such as Brighton and a selection of great beach resorts, go west to Salisbury and Stonehenge or head north to the university city of Oxford.