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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Ireland is a country in Western Europe, in the Atlantic Ocean, and is the third biggest island in Europe.

Ireland is known as “the green isle” because of its huge grasslands. It is the land of ancient legends and attracts millions of visitors every year.

Take a ferry to Ireland and explore the historic heritage, the breath-taking landscapes, and the vivid fishing villages; this island will charm you.

There are numerous ferry connections for Great Britain, France, and Spain, carried out by Stena Line, Brittany Ferries, and Irish Ferries. The three ferry companies have modern and comfortable vessels and they guarantee the crossings all year long.

Ferries to Ireland Connections and travel options

Choose one of the many ferries from Ireland, you can reach several big European countries during the whole year. You can discover the wonderful Northern France; with the ferry companies Stena Line and Brittany Ferries you can arrive to the port of Cherbourg from Rosslare in 17 hours. With Brittany Ferries, you can depart from Cork to Roscoff in 14 hours, while Irish Ferries has a connection from Dublin to Cherbourg.

Reach Spain with a ferry: Brittany Ferries serves the line Rosslare Bilbao, allowing you to visit the main city of the Basque Country.

The short distance with Wales means fast crossings from Dublin to Holyhead and from Rosslare to Fishguard and Pembroke, served by Stena Line and Irish Ferries. All the ferry companies travelling from Ireland have modern and comfortable vessels with excellent on board service: there are bars and restaurants, Wi-Fi service, passenger’s lounges, and playgrounds for kids. On some ferries, you can also find shops, cinemas, discos, spas, and playgrounds for children. Your journey will be entertaining and relaxing!

You can choose to book a comfortable reclining chair or a cabin, there are many options: standard inside or sea-view, luxury and family cabins, and special ones for people with impaired mobility.

Your pet can travel with you! Conditions vary depending on the route and the ferry company.

Take the ferry to Ireland and discover astounding places!

Reach Ireland with the ferry and discover the Emerald Isle: here you will find unspoiled natural landscapes and entertaining, modern cities. You can tour the medieval town of Cork and the capital, Dublin, rich in history, famous landmarks, and colourful pubs where you can try the local delicacies together with a good, refreshing beer.

Try some excellent seafood and smoked salmon, or, if you prefer meat, some good Irish stew, and boxty (potato pancakes). Don’t forget the typical Barmbrack, sweet bread with raisins. The most famous drinks in Ireland are whiskey and stout beer, but you can also try a good cider or an Irish coffee.

The Blarney Castle is one of the oldest tourist attractions on the Emerald Isle: according to the legend, kissing the Blarney Stone gives you good luck. Travel to the heart of Ireland and the city of Athlone: here is Sean's Bar, the oldest bar in the world, its origins date back to 900 AD.

Reach the fishing town of Galway and follow the Wild Atlantic Way, a 2500 km itinerary along the Western coast. Admire the Cliffs of Moher, one of the most famous natural landmarks on the island, and the beautiful Connemara and Glenveagh National Parks. Before leaving, take a stroll along the wonderful beaches of Derrynane, Rossbeigh and St Finian's Bay, and trek along the Ring of Kerry, one of the most panoramic trails in Ireland.

Offers and special prices for large groups

Mr Ferry can calculate you some quotes for large groups with or without vehicle (bus, but also car or motorbike). If you are at least 10 people travelling, please ask for a special price by filling out the specific form. Our staff will contact you soon to calculate the best available offer!

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