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The route connecting Roscoff and Cork is operated by Brittany Ferries only who offer one weekly sailing, with a maximum duration of 14 hours and typically evening departures. Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. Even if you have long journey ahead, you can travel in comfort thanks to on board services. Self-service restaurants, bars and shops are provided to make the journey more pleasant. When booking your ticket, be sure to choose accommodation that best meets your needs. We have various options available on board.
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Port of ROSCOFF
The port of Roscoff, located on the northwestern coast of Brittany, is commonly known as Bloscon. The port occupies a favourable position, at the end of the English Channel and serves many commercial ferry routes. There are passenger connections with Ireland, England and Spain. The passenger terminal offers various services such as an information centre, bathrooms and toilets, cafeteria and restaurant. How to reach Roscoff port There is a taxi station just outside the terminal, from which it is possible to get to the city centre, the journey costs around € 8.00. No direct buses are operat... [More information]
Address: Gare Maritime Port de Bloscon Roscoff 29680 France
Directions: Google Map @ Roscoff, port
Guide of CORK
Cork is a city in southwest Ireland, in the province of Munster. It has a population of around 210,000 and is the second biggest city in the Republic of Ireland after Dublin, but the locals like to refer to it as 'the real capital of Ireland'! Cork had suffered from industrial decline but has now rejuvenated itself by developing its arts and cultural scene. Today, it seems that there are lovely little pubs and live music on every street corner! The reason the city is so lively is partly due to its relatively young population; over 40% of the population is under 25, Cork also has the lowest per... [More information]
1 weekly sailing - Duration: 14 hours
Ship: PONT AVEN