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Port of PLYMOUTH
Plymouth is on the south coast of England and has two ferry ports, one to get the nearby island of Cremyll, called Cremyll Ferry and the other main terminal for the ferries travelling abroad. The terminal is open from 09:00 to 17:30 Monday-Friday, from 09:00 to 17:00 at weekends, and for all ship arrivals and departures. The facilities include a café, toilets and baby changing facilities, a bureau de change and disabled facilities are available. There are four charge points available for electric cars and the car park, run by ABP, and they allow card and contactless payment for up to 24... [More information]
Address: Millbay, Plymouth, PL1 3EW/GPS co-ordinates: 50.364711,-4.158544
Directions: Google Map @ Plymouth, port
Guide of ST MALO
Saint-Malo is a city in Brittany, on the north coast of France. This walled city has a long history of wealthy merchants, pirates and maritime trade. During the Second World War the Allies heavily bombed the city, but today it is a popular tourist hub, with a ferry connections Portsmouth, Jersey, Guernsey and Poole in England. The population is usually just under 50,000, but during the busy summer months this can reach up to 200,000, and the inhabitants of Saint-Malo are known as Malouins in French. A brief history of Saint-Malo The Gauls founded Saint-Malo in the 1st century BC, and the... [More information]