Ferry Crossings from Poole and Weymouth to St Malo

UK to France Services with Condor Ferries, Travel from Poole or Weymouth to St Malo

Poole to St. Malo - Fast Ferry

  • Crossing time 4 hours 35 minutes. The fastest route for taking your car to Brittany!

Poole is a historic port. The town centers around the old Poole quay. The attractions include Poole pottery and the aquarium along with the large harbour. If you take the ferry from Poole it is worth having a look at the scenery from the deck at the Purbeck hills

Poole boasts just about everything you could want for a fun day out or a perfect family holiday. To begin with there are three miles of fabulous Blue Flag beaches offering clean sands and safe bathing. Poole Harbour is the largest natural harbour in Europe, and the surrounding countryside is Dorset at its best, from the blue Purbeck Hills to the wildlife sanctuary of Brown sea Island. Take a trip to Sandbanks and you'll understand why it has been awarded fourteen European Blue Flags.

Weymouth to St. Malo Fast Ferry

This service operates year round. Crossing times from 5 hours 15 minutes.

Weymouth is a great place to visit even if you are only visiting to catch the ferry, Weymouth and Portland have both excellent views and entertainment for all the family, including the sandy beach, shops, amusements and cafes. Why not stop off and have some fish and chips before you get the ferry.

Weymouth is unbeatable for sheer fun and entertainment.

There are seafront rides and attractions for the children, as well as an Esplanade lined with souvenir shops, pubs and inexpensive cafes. The charming Land Train will take you right along the seafront to Lodmoor Country Park.

There's also a picturesque harbour where Thomas Hardy once lived, with a redeveloped Victorian brewery housing shops, a science centre and 10-pin bowling. There's entertainment galore both day and night in Weymouth, with carnivals, festivals, regattas and firework displays throughout the holiday season. Discover Portland Castle, one of Henry VIII's finest fortresses, overlooking Portland Harbour.

St Malo

There is a lot to admire about this beautiful city. Explore the tiny cobbled streets, enjoy the fascinating shops full of local crafts or perhaps browse the open markets.

St. Malo is full of examples of beautiful buildings and attractions that depict a rich historical tapestry, including the magnificent cathedral, the City History and Wax Museums and the Old Market Hall.

St. Malo is also the perfect gateway to explore further the delights of Western France.

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