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Ferry from Rosslare to Pembroke



Route: Ferry from Rosslare (Southeast Ireland) to Pembroke (West Wales)
Journey time: 4 hours
Journey highlights:

Travel from the sandy strands of southeastern Ireland to the rugged coastline and pretty villages of Pembrokeshire on Irish Ferries' speedy, twice daily ferry services, which offers a wide range of amenities, as well as the chance to spot dolphins and wales if you're lucky.

Gateway to the wonderful scenery of Pembrokeshire, Pembroke and Pembroke Dock are two distinct – but connected – towns. You will arrive in the latter, a place with a rich maritime and naval heritage, but these days most of what is of interest to tourists lies in Pembroke itself. With a charming town centre that retains many historic buildings, Pembroke is dominated by its dramatic castle, some of which dates back to the 1093.

The two Pembrokes are also well connected by train and bus to the rest of the county. For many, the main appeal of the region justly lies in the many fine, sandy beaches scattered along its dramatic coastline. With sweeping bays and towering cliffs, this is some of the finest coast in Britain and offers everything from unspoilt stretches of sand to the bustling resort of Tenby: and a hinterland of rolling hills and woodland. For more information check out Greentraveller’s guide to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.



Sample itinerary: Depart Rosslare at the reasonable hour of 0845 and you'll be in Pembroke at 1245, with most of the day still ahead of you.
Price: From £69 each way
Book a ferry ticket from Rosslare to Pembroke
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 Pembroke

There are two crossings each day, usually at 08:45 and 20:45.

Frequency of service: 2 daily

Irish Ferries

Journey time: 4 hours
Onward travel from the port:

Welcome to Pembroke

Pembroke Dock harbour is about a mile from the train station (a few minutes walks or a quick taxi ride) which has regular connections to Swansea, where you can connect to onward services to the rest of the country. There is also a direct service to London on Saturdays in summer.

Pembrokeshire is famed for its natural beauty, particularly along its rugged coastline - find out more about its best beaches on the official tourist website and discover the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.


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.