Plymouth Ferries


Coronavirus ferry travel advice

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Plymouth Routes

  • Roscoff to Plymouth / Plymouth to Roscoff
    4 crossings weekly
    5 hr 15 min
  • Santander to Plymouth / Plymouth to Santander
    1 crossings weekly
    20 hr

Special Offers

Plymouth, on the South Coast of England, is one of Europe's largest natural harbours. Plymouth is also the largest city in the South West England. You can compare and find the cheapest ferry crossings available from Plymouth with our easy to use booking form. Brittany ferries is the company that operates out of Plymouth and below, you can find all the Plymouth ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Santander - Plymouth
(Brittany Ferries)
  • Booked: Tuesday, 29 September 2020
  • Travel: Monday, 26 October 2020 (One Way)
  • Car + 2
  • Plymouth Ferries
  • Plymouth Ferries
  • Plymouth Ferries

Ferries to and from Plymouth

Brittany Ferries operate ferries to England, France, Ireland and Spain and is the market leader in the Western Channel. From Plymouth, Brittany Ferries go to Roscoff on the Brittany coast in North West France and also to Santander in Northern Spain. Brittany Ferries has one of the most modern fleet of ships on the Channel. On board you will find relaxing lounge areas, internet access and a range of bars and restaurants. Larger ships may also feature cinemas, children's entertainment and even nightclubs.

Plymouth port facilities

The port of Plymouth has a large passenger terminal that should meet every concievable need with ease.

Getting to Plymouth

The port is clearly signposted from the A38, the main access road to Plymouth. Remember to come off before the Tamar bridge. Plymouth is also on the First Great Western mainline from London Paddington with three to four express trains a day stopping at the city.

About Plymouth

With its impressive natural harbour, Plymouth has long been an important site for British naval history. It was from Plymouth that the England Navy set sail in the 15th century to defeat the approaching Spanish Armada, an event that is still celebrated in many of Plymouth's museums.

Book your ferry to France or Spain from the largest city in the South West England simply and securely with AFerry.

Plymouth Map

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Port Addresses

Brittany Ferries

Millbay, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3EW, United Kingdom