Fishguard to Rosslare Ferries
Book a Fishguard to Rosslare ferry ticket with ease on www.ferries-tickets.com. The Fishguard to Rosslare ferry crossing is operated by Stena Line. You can also use the booking engine on the left of the page to review the various other ferry ports and routes. Select your point of origin and destination and find out the latest fares and timetables.
Stena Line operates 3 weekly ferry crossings from Fishguard to Rosslare. The average time for a crossing is 2 hours.
Fishguard is a coastal town in Pembokeshire, Wales. The port of Fishguard Bay is located on the western side of Fishguard Bay, to the west of the town centre of Fishguard. There are lots of places to explore in Fishguard. It has many beautiful historic buildings and interesting museums. You can enjoy the beauty of countryside of Fishguard. There are many castles and historic sites that you can visit, or just chill out on one of the lovely beaches. It offers a fine variety of traditional and modern music, dance and song, and is based on stage performances held at venues throughout the town, such as the local Arts Centre, participation sessions in pubs, street performances and teaching workshops. There is a great deal to see and do for everyone.
You will find cash points, newsagents and gift shops at Fishguard port. Lost property and left luggage facilities are also available here. If you are looking for a quick bite or drink, there are bars and cafés. The car park facility is also available only a few meters from the main ferry terminal.
By Car: From the south follow the A40 from Haverford West which is linked via the A40 & A48 to the M4 near Swansea. From the north follow the A487 from Cardigan. Fishguard is located at the junction of the A40 & the A487. Follow the signs to the Ferry Port.
By Rail: Fishguard Harbour Railway Station is located next to the Fishguard ferry terminal.
By Bus: Next to the ferry terminal you will find a coach and bus stop off point.
Rosslare is a charming village in Ireland. It is well connected to buses, coaches and trains to all parts of Ireland. Rosslare is known for world-class architecture, museums, sandy beaches and the beautiful countryside that attracts tourists from all over the world. Every year Rosslare receives 300 hours more sunshine than anywhere else in Ireland, making it a top tourist destination. You can visit to the places like the Yola Farmstead Folk Park; Kilmore Quay (picturesque fishing village); Ballinskar, a village in which Spielberg shot some battle scenes for the film 'Saving Private Ryan'; and The Irish National Heritage Park where you will find audio-visual guided or self-guided walks, which illustrate history from the Stone Age up to the early Norman Period. You will find good quality hotel, restaurants and bars. The social life and night life of Rosslare are also very lively.
The port of Rosslare has all the amenities that you would expect in a modern ferry port. It contains play areas for children, baby changing facilities and facilities for the disabled. Car parking is also available.
By Car: You can easily reach to ferry port by car and taxi. The motorway N25 links Waterford directly to Rosslare. You can also take the motorway N10/Ring Road; at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Bennettsbridge Road/R700, then after 14 Km turn left at Lady's Well St/R700, turn right at N9/Newtown Terrace, then turn right at Logan's St/N9 and turn left at R700/The Quay, turn right and follow Dangan Terrace/R700 for 21 Km, at the junction with the N30, turn right and after 0.7 Km turn left and stay on it for another 3.4 Km; then turn left at the N25 junction and continue for the last 47 Km toward Rosslare.
By Rail/Bus: Cork has its own train station offering nationwide connections. Passengers can get to the ferry port easily via bus or taxi once at the train station.