Jersey to St Malo ferry crossings connect the island of Jersey with St Malo on the north coast of Brittany. The crossing is operated by Condor Ferries. Condor Ferries sail up to 13 times per week with an approximate journey time of 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Jersey ferry port lies in the capital of Jersey, St Helier. St Malo however is located in northern Brittany. Although there are additional foot passenger routes from Jersey to France, the Jersey to St Malo crossing is the main vehicular route.

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Visit Jersey

Jersey forms part of the Channel Islands and lies just off the coast of France in the English Channel. Although the island is just off the coast of Normandy it is a dependency of the Crown of England.

The island combines picturesque scenery and a rich heritage with a fantastic variety of things to see and do. As a result, Jersey has been a popular tourist destination for visitors from the UK, France and the rest of Europe.

There are lots of beaches on Jersey offering something for everyone including busier tourist based beaches such as St Brelade’s Bay and quieter more secluded beaches including Petit Port.

St Helier is the capital of Jersey and is renowned for its unique multi cultural feel 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 located 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 city’s 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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