St Malo Jersey Ferry
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St Malo Information
St Malo ferry port is used by many as the perfect gateway to explore further the delights of western France. St Malo ferry port can be reached from the South on the N137 or from the D76 and onto the D2. From the West use the N176/E401. The ferry terminal is signposted clearly.
There is a lot to admire about Saint Malo. 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.
The Jersey ferry port is located in St. Helier, the island's charming and picturesque capital. Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands at nine miles by five, and is home to over fifty miles of gorgeous coastline with sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs. St. Helier also houses some fantastic VAT-free shopping, as well as some fascinating museums detailing the varied history of Jersey and a stunning waterfront, complete with a yacht-filled marina.
Each year Jersey and it's enchanting mix of the UK and continental Europe, attracts many thousands of visitors, especially during the summer months, thanks to the excellent combination of stunning scenery, friendly atmosphere and beautiful beaches where one can indulge in a number of activities such as surfing or scuba-diving, or simply relax and unwind.
06 Dec 2019visit to optician !
As always - good service. Unfortunately no ferries running when I need to do follow up return visit.
Review by DAVID STEEL
21 Jul 2017Very enjoyable sea crossing
The quality of the boat, and the onboard facilities and service, were excellent. I do think, though, that there should be more information made available prior to boarding, and specifically by email before the ferry date. As an example, I had not been informed that luggage needed to be brought well before the passenger arrival time. When I discovered this, it cut into the time that I had available for sightseeing, as the ferry terminal is some distance away from the town of St. Malo.
Review by BRIGID HAYDEN