Rosslare Europort connects south-east Ireland with Cherbourg, Fishguard, Pembroke and Roscoff.
Rosslare-Europort is located on the south-eastern tip of Ireland, and is the closest point in the south of the country to the UK and continental Europe.
There are regular sailings to Fishguard (with Stena Line); to Pembroke, Cherbourg, and Roscoff (with Irish Ferries); and to Cherbourg (with Celtic Link Ferries)
Please visit our partner site, aferry.to, to find out about the route schedules and booking information.
There are regular services to Cherbourg, Fishguard, Pembroke, and Roscoff. Book a sailing here.
There is a railway station in the port itself, Rosslare-Europort station. There are direct or connecting services to Dublin, Waterford, Cork, Kerry, and Limerick. See Irish Rail’s website for more information.
Bus Eireann provide good services at Rosslare, linking it with Dublin, Cork, Waterford, Wexford, and it is possible to get connecting buses from there to your final destination. For more information, see Bus Éireann’s website.
Rosslare Harbour is located on the N25 route, which runs across the south of the country, connecting Rosslare with Waterford and Cork. If travelling from Dublin, take the M11/N11 south to Wexford, from where you can turn onto the N25 east to Rosslare Harbour. If hiring a car, check out our car hire guide.
Please see our Rosslare Harbour Accommodation page.
Rosslare Europort is operated by Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail), and more information can be found on their website.