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So British Inspiration

A moment of change of scenery guaranteed! Take the boat and escape to our British friends.

The Channel Islands

Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm, are the five main islands of the Channel archipelago, which includes more than a thousand islets and reefs. The two largest islands, Jersey and Guernsey, are very popular, especially on weekends. The islands belong to the British Crown but are not part of the European Union. Therefore, a valid passport is required to visit them. Only one ferry company provides the link from Saint-Malo with 14 rotations per week.

Jersey, an island “so British”

Count twenty minutes crossing with the fast Condor to reach the largest island in the archipelago. The island of Jersey is a popular destination for English-style shopping. Saint Helier, the capital, is renowned for its beautiful boutiques selling ready-to-wear, designer and antique items, and its luxury brands.But Jersey is above all an island with a wild and preserved nature with large sandy beaches and sumptuous cliffs. The island, exposed to the Atlantic swells in the bay of Saint-Ouen, is a popular surf spot for the English.Jersey Tourist Office

Guernsey, the island of wildflowers

Nature is just as exceptional on the island of Guernsey, located an hour’s crossing from Jersey. Nature reserves, small picturesque harbors, sandy beaches and rocky coves dot the green island’s 160 kilometers of coastline. Lavender, exotic lilies and wild orchids perfume the island for much of the year.In Saint-Peter Port, the capital, a visit to Hauteville House, Victor Hugo’s home is a must! Its extraordinary décor bears witness to the genius of the writer who spent fifteen years in exile in this mansion, built on the heights of the town.Guernsey Tourist Office

Great Britain

Only a few hours by ferry from Saint-Malo, the south of England offers interesting city break possibilities and a guaranteed change of scenery.

Portsmouth, the port city

Whether it’s the Spinnaker Tower, an ultra-modern building in the shape of a sail that dominates the city from the top of these 170 meters, the maritime museums or the ship HMS Victory, The naval base that saw the birth of Charles Dickens is resolutely turned towards the sea. The city is also an attractive shopping destination and has no shortage of museums, art galleries and major events. From Saint-Malo, Brittany Ferries offers daily direct crossings. Remember to take a valid ID card or passport.

Scapes from Portsmouth

Portsmouth is also an ideal gateway to radiate into southern England. In about 1.5 hours by train you will be in Brighton. A seaside resort prized by Londoners for its vast pebble beach, the famous Brighton Pier which hosts several rides and its rich cultural and artistic life. From Portsmouth, it is also possible to reach the capital. London is only about 2 hours away by train from the naval city. This is the perfect place for shopping or cultural trips. For nature lovers, the South Downs National Park offers vast hilly landscapes covered with forests and meadows as well as a wild coastline overhung by chalk cliffs. A great place to recharge your batteries and go hiking.Official website for tourism in Great Britain

Naye Ferry Terminal Parking – Long Term Parking

Reserved for passengers on ferries to Great Britain and the Channel Islands, parking at the pier – Naye Ferry Terminal.Outdoor, unsupervised, fee. We invite you to ask your shipping company for more information.