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The sea crossing between Roscoff and Rosslare is operated by the maritime operator Brittany Ferries who operate one connection per week with evening departures and traveling times shorter than 14 hours. For your comfort, services such as bars, shops and self service restaurants will be available during the crossing. Also, you can select from regular seating or various cabin options when booking.
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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 ROSSLARE
Rosslare is a village that was created as a settlement around the harbour. The name is taken from the Celtic Cuan Ros Láir, meaning ‘harbour of the middle peninsula’. A brief history of Rosslare The village was developed in 1906 by the Great Western Railway and the Great Southern and Western Railway to accommodate steam ferry traffic between Britain and Ireland. It is also thought that harbour expansion and/or privatisation could improve exporting and logistical options for businesses and producers in Ireland offering an alternative to Dublin Port which dominates... [More information]
1 weekly sailing - Duration: 14 hours