Roscoff ferry port

Sitting at the western end of the Channel on Brittany's coast, Roscoff port is a great entry point to France for those travelling to Brittany, the Loire and Aquitaine. 

Roscoff port address

Gare Maritime
Port de Bloscon

Tel: 02 98 29 28 13
GPS co-ordinates: 48.721784,-3.967001

By car

Take the D69 to BrestQuimper, and the South; the N58 will take you to Morlaix, and from there you can take the N12  to Rennes. The D786 takes you to Perros Guirec.

By taxi

Taxis are generally available at the terminal when the ship arrives. If there are none, our staff at the information desk will be happy to book one for you. The fare to the town centre is about 8 euros. If you want to book a taxi yourself, some local firms are:

  • Taxi Chapalain Emmanuelle (Roscoff): 0618352236
  • Gui home (Roscoff): 0640700128
  • AB Taxis (Roscoff): 0607679090
  • Taxi Le Pors (St Pol de Leon): 0298670000

By bus

There is no bus service between the terminal and town centre but a regular service runs between Roscoff and Morlaix taking around 35 minutes. Further details can be found on the Viaoo website (Ligne 29).

By train

Trains from Roscoff to Morlaix take 30 minutes by SNCF. From Morlaix you can take TGVs to the rest of France.

By foot

It is approximately 15 minutes walk from the terminal to the town centre and 20 minutes from the terminal 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.


Café/bar (daily from 10:00 to 19:00, open for ship arrivals and departures in summer)
Showers (token operated, for 2 euros from the bar)
Tourist information (open July-August)
Muzzled dogs on a lead are allowed in all areas of the port

Disabled facilities

Wheelchair-accessible building
Disabled toilets in the terminal and the vehicle check-in lanes
Transport to the ship for disabled foot passengers
Wheelchairs available in case of emergency

Travelling with Dogs

Once you're past check-in, your pet must stay in the vehicle. Dogs on a lead are welcome in the local area and there's a park on the way into the centre of Roscoff.

Electric Cars

There are two charge points close by the passenger terminal in Roscoff, operated by 'CCI Morlaix' (tel: 0033 298 79 79 49). It is €2 per charge, however, you will need to obtain a refill-card before using this facility. You can find more charging points across France.


Parking at Roscoff port is free of charge but vehicles are left at the owner's own risk. You can park for a maximum of 48 hours in the large open car park in front of the passenger terminal. For stays longer than 48 hours, a permit can be acquired from the Brittany Ferries reception. 

There is a small overnight parking area for motorhomes and caravans near the vehicle check-in lanes. You can also find free overnight parking at Sainte Barbe, 1km away from the port, and at Perharidy, 2 km away.

Please note that toilet facilities are closed overnight.

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 Roscoff? 

Ile de Batz

Walk: 20 mins (1.6km) + ferry 15 mins

Drive: 7 mins (2.1km) + ferry 15 mins

Just a short ferry ride from Roscoff is this pretty little island in the bay. Its main attraction is the exotic gardens on the southeast side of the island which has over 2000 plant species from across five continents.

Thanks to the island's place in the Gulf Stream, it enjoys a temperate climate that allows a variety of plants to thrive. Only a few hundred people live on the island so enjoy the peacefulness of the laid-back rural way of life and the unspoilt beaches all around its coast.

Children will love the curious rock formations or a trip up to the top of the lighthouse. You're sure to find the perfect spot for a picnic.

Maison des Johnnies et l'Oignons

Walk: 18 mins (1.4km)

Drive: 5 mins (2.3km)

Do you remember seeing a friendly Frenchman cycling through Britain's towns with a bunch of pink onions on the handlebars?

The Onion Johnny used to be a familiar sight for Britons in the summertime and they all set out from Roscoff selling their distinctive and eponymous Roscoff onions. The onions even have their own AOC and AOP today.

Inside this museum you can find out all about the history of this unusual trade that existed from the 19th century and still continues (albeit far less popularly) today.

Notre Dame de Croatz Batz

Walk: 23 mins (1.8km)

Drive: 8 mins (2.3km)

Built in the mid-1500s, the ornate Notre Dame de Croatz Batz with its unusual twin bell tower is an instantly recognisable silhouette against the Roscoff skyline.

Financed by shipowners and merchants, it is part of the fabric of the town and an example of the culture and trade that Roscoff was built on. A charming places to while away a few quiet moments.