The port of Saint-Malo is the first Breton port for travellers. More than one million passengers pass through the Port of Saint-Malo each year to or from Great Britain, Jersey or Guernsey, making it one of the leading French ports.
The outer port of Saint-Malo has a ferry terminal for vehicles and pedestrians. Cross-Channel freight has been developed significantly in recent years, thanks in particular to regular connections with England: Portsmouth.
The Port of Saint-Malo carries out a significant traffic with the islands of Jersey and Guernsey, both in passengers and in goods. The tourist activity of these islands is highly developed and creates significant supply needs.