Just a few minutes from the centre of beautiful St Malo on the north coast of Brittany, our St Malo port is closer to Brittany's beaches and holiday attractions than most other French ports, as well as good access to the regional and national road network.
GET IN TOUCH
Gare Maritime du Naye, Brittany, St Malo35400France
Due to our new health & safety measures, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes before departure.
A toll-free dual carriageway, the N137, connects St Malo to the rest of the France. To get to the port, follow signs for the Terminal Ferry du Naye.
Taxis are available outside the terminal. St Malo Taxi (0033 (0)2 23 181 181).
Fares to the town centre are approximately €8 (€10 after 19:00 and on Sundays and public holidays).
Keolis offer a request service and are able to transport those with limited mobility including wheelchairs.
The train station is about 25 minutes' walk from the terminal, in Avenue Anita Conti. Taxis from here to the port cost approximately €8.50 (€12.50 after 19:00 and on Sundays and public holidays).
There is a bus stop about 3 minutes walk from the terminal, next to the swimming pool (La piscine du Naye).
Buses run every 20 minutes (Ligne 4) and go directly to the town centre and the train station. The shuttle bus is called 'Coeurs de Ville' and costs around €1.30 per person. Visit the Keolis Saint-Malo website for more information.
It is approximately 10 minutes' walk to the town centre or coach station and 25 minutes to the train station.
St Malo port facilities
Shuttle bus for foot passengers
Shower facilities are outside of the terminal and are open 24hrs. Keys at the security checkpoint
Muzzled dogs on a lead are allowed in the port area but not in the terminal building
Charge points for electric cars nearby
Café (open for arrivals and departures)
Baby change area
Single-storey wheelchair-accessible building
Shuttles connect the ferry terminal to the ship, including a bus equipped with a ramp for easy access for pedestrians and a minibus specially adapted for the disabled with a chair lift.
Wheelchairs available in case of emergency
Disabled toilets in terminal and vehicle check-in lanes
TRAVELLING WITH YOUR PET
Once you're past check-in, your pet must stay in the vehicle. You'll find water available for them after you pass through security at a sign saying 'Point d'eau Animaux'.
Dogs on a lead are welcome in the local area but are not allowed on the beach from Easter to September.
There are two charge points at the Terminal de la Bourse in St Malo. This is close to the main passenger terminal as you head towards the city walls. You can find more charging points across France.
There is an unattended car park in front of the terminal building.
Height limit of 2.2m
Free for the first 20 minutes
Price then 17,40 € from 21 minutes to 24 hours and 17.40€ per 24h thereafter
Payment can be made inside the terminal on the parking payment machine, by card only, or on the carpark payment machine outside, where both cash and cards are accepted.
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.
You will need to be ready to check in at 07:30 and there is no access to toilet facilities from 21:00 to 06:00. Motorhomes will be asked to park with freight vehicles.