Guernsey to St Malo ferry crossings connect the island of Guernsey to northern France. The Guernsey St Malo ferry crossing is operated by Condor Ferries. Condor Ferries sail from Guernsey to St Malo up to 7 times per week with an approximately journey time of 1 hour 55 minutes.
Guernsey ferry port lies in the capital of Guernsey, St Peter Port. St Malo lies on the northern coast of Brittany. There are additional foot passenger routes from Guernsey to France. However, the Guernsey to St Malo crossing is the main vehicular route.
Travel from Guernsey to St Malo
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Guernsey forms one of the Channel Islands just off the coast of France in the English Channel. Although the island is only 50 km to the west of Normandy it is a dependency of the Crown of England.
Guernsey benefits from a milder climate than the UK and as such there are lots of things for visitors to see and do. One of the most popular things about Guernsey is the island’s beautiful coastline and countryside. Picturesque beaches and clear waters provide the perfect location for a variety of outdoor activities including diving, kayaking, coasteering, climbing, cycling, surfing, windsurfing and sailing.
St Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey and is renowned for its pretty cobbled streets, marina and great variety of bars and restaurants that are perfect for al fresco dining during the summer months.
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Visit St Malo
St Malo is a picturesque port which is location on Brittany’s Emerald Coast where you’ll find some wonderful beaches and coastline.
Founded in the 6th century, St Malo has always had a strong connection with the sea but it became a wealthy and prosperous port from the 13th Century due to the French Corsairs. These privateers or pirates would use the port whilst they raided enemy ships on the orders of the King of France.
Within the city you’ll find a wonderful selection of medieval streets and buildings which house some great shops, restaurants and cafes. Whilst outside the cities walls ensure you visit Fort National which was constructed in 1689 to help protect the port against attack from the sea and the aquarium which is home to some spectacular sea creatures.
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