About St Malo ferry port

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.

St Malo port address

Gare Maritime du Naye
St Malo

Tel: 02 99 40 64 41
GPS co-ordinates: 48.642572,-2.024215

By car

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.

By taxi

Taxis are available outside the terminal. Two local taxi companies are ABC Taxi (06 10 03 18 86) and St Malo Taxi (02 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.

By train

The train station is about 25 minutes walk from the terminal, in the Square Jean Coquelin. Taxis from here to the port cost approximately €8.50 (€12.50 after 19:00 and on Sundays and public holidays).

By bus

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 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.

By foot

It is approximately 10 minutes walk to the town centre or coach station and 25 minutes to the train station.

Check-in advice

Due to our new health and safety measures, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes before departure.


Cafeteria open for arrivals and departures
Free wifi
Baby change rooms
Shower facilities are outside of the terminal and are open 24hrs
Shuttle bus for foot passengers
Muzzled dogs on a lead are allowed in the port area but not in the terminal building
Tourist information
Charge points for electric cars nearby

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 during the summer season.

Disabled facilities

Single-storey building accessible by wheelchair
Disabled toilets in terminal and vehicle check-in lanes
Transport provided for disabled foot passengers
Disabled parking spaces outside terminal
Wheelchairs available in case of emergency    

Electric Cars

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 a car park in front of the terminal building.

  • Height limit of 2.2m
  • Free for the first 20 minutes
  • Prices then from 7,60 € to 17,40 € per 24 hours afterwards
Season Cost
Low season
(November to March)
7,60 €/24h (except Sundays and public holidays)
Standard season
(April to June and September to October)
12,20 €/24h
High season
(July and August)
17,40 €/24h

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.

Got a few hours to spare?

If you have a few hours to spare before your sailing, then why not check out some of the great attractions in St Malo? 


Walk: 10 mins (650m)

Drive: 3 mins (1km)

Intra Muros is the ancient walled town of St Malo and dates from medieval times. Go for a walk along the 2km of magnificent ramparts that afford spectacular views across both the town and harbour, including the islands of Grand Bé and Petit Bé just out at sea.

Within the confines of the walled town itself, wander the narrow cobbled streets and discover boutiques, street-side cafés and restaurants, art galleries, crafts shops and many more traditional and unusual shops where you're sure to pick up some great souvenirs.


Beaches and islands

Walk: 15 mins (1.2km)

Drive: 6 mins (1.9km)

St Malo has several wonderful little beaches but the Grande Plage is the largest and easiest to find as it stretches alongside the city walls. Covered in golden sand, it is also the place to set out and explore the islands of Grande Be and Petit Be just out at sea.

At low tide you can walk across the stone flags to Grand Be, home of the tomb of the famous Romantic writer, Francois-René de Chateaubriand. Or go even further out to Petit Be, to discover its 17th century fort and battery. Just watch out for the tide!

Grand Bé and Petit Bé

Tour Solidor

Walk: 16 mins (1.3km)

Drive: 5 mins (1.6km)

Love a bit of seafaring history? Head out of town to the fairytale Tour Solidor. Originally built to guard the River Rance, this tower is now a museum dedicated to the sailors of St Malo and the French explorers who first negotiated Cape Horn.

You'll find lots of models of tall ships and - the best reason to go on a sunny day - if you take the steps to the top of the tower, you'll enjoy panoramic views of the pretty river Rance estuary.

Tour Solidor

St Malo city guide

Find an en route hotel

You can choose any hotel from the selection on this website for accommodation en route to or from your holiday destination and at our ports in France and Spain - all include breakfast and prices shown will be reduced as they include some ferry travel costs.

For a quote or to add one of these to your booking, please call our Reservations centre at the number below.

add an en route hotel to your booking

Make your ferry or holiday reservation online and then call our Reservations Team on 0330 159 7000 quoting the hotel reference.

Double room in France from only £66 B&B

The hotels closer to our ferry ports are busier in the summer so please try and book early! Remember, prices will be cheaper to those shown as these do include some ferry travel costs.

Hotels in St Malo

Routes from St Malo


Portsmouth to St Malo

Cruise to St Malo overnight with a relaxing overnight sailing of 11 hours and enjoy a day sailing on the way back.

With easy access to the Loire, St Malo is a great starting point for holidays in the Dordogne and south west France as well as around the Breton-Norman border.

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