Ideally situated for passengers coming from the West of England and Wales, Plymouth port offers Brittany Ferries sailings to France and Spain.
GET IN TOUCH
Millbay, Devon, PlymouthPL1 3EWUnited Kingdom
Due to our new health & safety measures, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes before departure.
Going south from Exeter, head southwest on the A38 to Plymouth. Exit the A38 at the A374 and follow signs to the 'continental ferry port'.
Frequent trains run from London's Paddington Station to Plymouth taking 3 to 4 hours. For rail information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Plymouth Citybus operates buses from the train station into the city centre but there is no direct bus to the ferry terminal. Local bus information can be found at www.plymouthbus.co.uk
National Express has frequent daily bus services between London's Victoria Coach Station and Plymouth coach station on Mayflower Street. The coach station is around 25 minutes' walk from the terminal. Visit www.nationalexpress.com for schedules and information.
It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk to the ferry terminal from the town centre and 20 minutes from both the train and bus stations.
Plymouth port facilities
Baby change area
Dogs on a lead are allowed in the port area but not inside the terminal building
Wheelchair-accessible building with information desk and departure lounge on the first floor
Escalator and a lift suitable for wheelchairs
Disabled toilets inside terminal and at the Freight Office
Wheelchairs available in case of emergency
Assistance provided for those with limited mobility and wheelchair users
TERMINAL OPENING HOURS
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the terminal building is temporarily closed.
Foot passenger access to the ship is via a long, partially-uncovered walk which involves negotiating stairs and slopes. We will provide assistance to those with limited mobility and wheelchair users. This may take slightly longer than usual.
TRAVELLING WITH DOGS
Once past the security check point, dogs cannot leave your vehicle.
The nearest parks outside of the port are Plymouth Hoe, which is signposted from the port (6 minute drive/19 minute walk), and Devils Point (8 minute drive/26 minute walk).
There are four charge points available at the port which use a Type 2 cable. This service is provided by Plug-N-Go. You will need to download their app from the App Store or Google Play to register and set up your payment details. For more information on Plug-N-Go charge points, please visit www.plug-n-go.com.
The car park is run by ABP who own the port. Card/contactless payment available.
Plymouth port car parking charges
Duration (max stay of 31 days)
Up to 2 hours
For early morning sailings, you can park your caravan or motorhome overnight in the vehicle check-in lanes. Your vehicle is parked at your own risk and should not be left unattended. No port facilities are open overnight.