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Getting here

Brittany has a great road and motorway network - it’s well-maintained and it is free, so you don’t have to worry about toll-roads.
Morlaix train station is part of the high speed rail network, a stop on the Paris-Brest line.
The International Airport at Brest and the ferry terminal at Roscoff also add extra connections from overseas.

By car

Take the Autoroute Océane (A11-E50/A81) from Paris to Rennes, then the N12 from Rennes to Morlaix.
To the south, there’s the N165 from Nantes to Lorient, then the Lorient-Carhaix-Morlaix road.


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Travel guide:

  • Paris: 540km, about 5 hours
  • Rennes: 190km, about 2 hours
  • Brest: 60km, about 45 minutes
  • Nantes: 300km, about 3 hours
  • Lorient: 120km, about 1hour 45 minutes
  • Quimper: 85km, about 1hour 15 minutes

By train

The high-speed rail link Paris-Brest, stopping at Morlaix Gare TGV
Address: Place de la Gare - 29600 Morlaix
Connections to Roscoff and Carhaix (by coach)
www.voyages-sncf.com
TER regional trains

By boat

Brittany Ferries at Roscoff - 30 minutes from Morlaix
Regular crossings to:

  • England: Plymouth, every day from April to November.
  • Ireland: Cork, 1 return crossing a week, April to October
  • Spain: Bilbao, 1 return crossing a week, April to November

Ferry Terminal: port de Bloscon - 29680 Roscoff
www.brittany-ferries.co.uk

By aeroplane

Aéroport Brest Bretagne à Guipavas, 40 minutes from Morlaix
Tel: 00+33 (0)2 98 32 86 00
www.brest.aeroport.fr/en/
Regular domestic flights and international holiday flights.

Find out more about our transport options for getting out and about in Morlaix.