Weymouth to Brittany Ferry Crossing

Ferry crossing form Weymouth to St Malo, Brittany, connecting the south of England to the North West of France. Crossings operate 7 times daily between May and October, with occasional crossings between November and January, in both directions.

Destination: Brittany

Brittany is a popular tourist destination in France, a short ferry journey from the south coast of England. Offering the longest coastline in France with a variety of amazing landscapes, each part has its own identity.

Inside Brittany you can explore its great architectural heritage with towns dating back to the gallo-roman era. Diversified landscapes and cultivated fields in a land of fresh water. There are plenty of landmarks to discover, including forests, lakes and the Black Mountains, making Brittany an ideal spot for nature lovers.

There are lots of activities to take part in Brittany, with walking and hiking being a popular choice for travellers to this beautiful destination in France. For those wanting to relax, why not head over to the beaches that Brittany has to offer, which also give you the chance to play beach volleyball, build sand castles and kite-buggy riding, not forgetting to sunbathe! Water sports include windsurfing, funboarding, kitesurfing and surfing in the clear water. Brittany is also home to many golf courses, offering breathtaking scenery, warm hospitality and high-quality facilities.

Weymouth

Weymouth ferry port is approachable by Car, Coach and Rail. There are directions from the town centre and are short term and long term parking facilities at the port. Weymouth train station is well connected with London, and from there the ferry port is a 5-10 minute walk or a short taxi journey.

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