Sails to Roscoff (France) weekly from the end of March to October. The crossing takes 14 hours; fares vary widely. The ferry terminal is at Ringaskiddy, 15 minutes by car southeast of the city centre along the N28. …
From Carrigaloe, 3.5km northwest of Cobh, the Passage West Ferry provides a handy shortcut to Passage West, 14km southeast of Cork city. The cross-river journey takes just five minutes. It's particularly useful if y…
Minibus service that runs a useful series of circular routes from Bantry to Dunmanway, Durrus, Goleen, Schull, Skibbereen and outlying villages. There’s a set price of €4/6 one-way/return. Service is not frequent; c…
Hourly coach service from Cork to Dublin Airport (€20, 3½ hours) and Dublin city centre (€16, three hours) from St Patrick's Quay, across the river from the bus station.
GoBus links Cork's bus station with Dublin (€14, three hours, six to nine daily) and Dublin airport (€20, 3¼ hours, six to nine daily); online fares can be as low as €13. Buses depart from Parnell Pl.
Kent Train Station is north of the River Lee on Lower Glanmire Rd, a 10- to 15-minute walk from the city centre. Bus 205 runs into the city centre (€2, five minutes, every 15 minutes).
The bright orange Cailín Óir passenger ferry makes the 45-minute crossing from Baltimore to Cape Clear Island three or four times a day in summer, twice a day in winter.
Shuttles back and forth every 15 minutes or so during operating hours; passenger numbers (maximum six per trip) may be limited during busy periods – check website for details.
Summer-only passenger ferry from Schull to Cape Clear Island, with two sailings daily Tuesday to Sunday in July and August, and on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday only in June.
Sails from Baltimore to Sherkin and back again up to nine times daily (seven on Saturday, five on Sunday, reduced services in winter).