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Ferry from Rosslare to Fishguard



Route: Ferry from Rosslare (Southeast Ireland) to Fishguard (West Wales)
Journey time: From 3 hours 15 minutes
Journey highlights:

The speedy journey from Rosslare to the beautiful coast of Pembrokeshire offers the chance to spot dolphins, as well as relaxing in the lounge and enjoying great dining and shopping - as well as a range of entertainment for the little ones.

The little port of Fishguard is an ideal gateway to Pembrokeshire, with its rugged coastline of cliffs and golden sandy beaches, and hinterland of verdant rolling hills - find out more in Greentraveller's Guide to Pembrokeshire Coast, a dramatic national park, its towns and beaches connected by great bus services - including services to Fishguard. Picturesque Fishguard itself is still a working fishing port, and also played the role of Llareggub in the film version of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood, and the poet's former home, a few miles to the south is now a museum.



Sample itinerary: Take the 0900 ferry from Rosslare and you'll be in Fishguard at 1230.
Price: From £25 each way
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How to travel to the port:

The easiest way for foot passengers to reach Rosslare Harbour is to take the train to Rosslare Europort station, which is adjacent to the ferry terminal - just a couple of minutes walk, and has regular connections from Dublin for connections from the rest of Ireland, as well as a daily service from Limerick and Waterford.

Rosslare Europort facilities: Bureau de change, shops, baby change, children's play area

Transfer time: Allow 20 minutes
The Ferry Crossing :

Rosslare to Fishguard

Ferries depart Rosslare at 0900 (arriving in Fishguard at 1230) and 2115 (arriving in Fishguard at 0030).

Frequency of service: 2 per day

Stena Line

Journey time: From 3 hours 15 minutes
Onward travel from the port:

Welcome to Fishguard

From the port it is a short walk to the adjacent train station which has services to Cardiff Central (scheduled to meet ferries), where you can connect to onward services to numerous destinations throughout the rest of the UK.



Your route back from Rosslare (Southeast Ireland)

The lines on the map are for illustrative purposes only - they don't show the exact route taken by the ferry.