Getting there & away
Buses and trains depart from the Rosslare Europort station, which you’ll find at the ferry terminal.
Bus Éireann (22522) has services to lots of Irish towns and cities, including Dublin (€15, three hours, 13 daily Monday to Saturday, 11 Sunday), Wexford (€12, 30 minutes, 13 daily Monday to Saturday, 11 Sunday) and Cork (€19.50, four hours, five daily Monday to Saturday, three Sunday) via Waterford (€13.50, 1½ hours).
Budget (33318), Hertz (33238) and Europcar Murrays (33634) are in the ferry terminal.
Three trains daily in each direction operate on the Rosslare Europort–Rosslare Strand–Wexford–Dublin route (to Rosslare Strand €4.50, 10 minutes; to Wexford €4.50, 25 minutes; to Dublin €18.50, three hours). Trains on the Rosslare Europort–Limerick route stop in Waterford (€9, 1¼ hours, two daily Monday to Saturday). For more information call 33114.
Stena Line Express (33115; www.stenaline.ie; May-Sep) sails between Rosslare Harbour and Fishguard in Wales (adult €30, motorbike and driver €67, car and driver €117 to €222, two hours, two sailings per day). Check-in is about one hour before sailing. Stena Line also runs its Superferry (adult €30, motorbike and driver €52, car and driver €92 to €182, 3½ hours, two sailings per day) year-round.
Irish Ferries (33158; www.irishferries.com) sails to Pembroke in Wales (3¾ hours, twice daily). Single fares start at €29 for a foot passenger, €49 for a motorbike and driver, €89 for a car and driver. Between April and December there are ferries to Cherbourg, France (19½ hours, up to three a week) and, between April and September, less frequent sailings to Roscoff, France (18 hours). Single fares are from €56 for a foot passenger, €90 for a motorbike and driver, and €99 for a car and driver.