Rosslare Europort

Rosslare Europort is located at the end of the N25 at Rosslare Harbour in south-east Ireland.  The south and south-west of Ireland are easily accessible via the N25. Dublin is within easy reach via the M11/M50. 

The village of Rosslare offers a number of facilities, including a bank, hotels, B&B, pubs and restaurants.

Rosslare port address

Rosslare Europort
Rosslare Harbour
Co. Wexford
Y35 PH4X
 

Tel: +353 (0)21 425 3190
GPS co-ordinates: 52.252927, -6.334840

By car

Rosslare Europort has great network links and is easily reached from a wide variety of places in Ireland.

  • M11/N11 & M1 from Dublin & the North
  • N24 & 25 from Cork, Limerick and southern counties
  • N80 from the Midlands & the West and via the M9 from Southwest Dublin
Driving distances to Rosslare port
From Miles (Km)
Belfast  207 (333)
Dublin 107 (172)
Dundalk 156 (250)
Kilkenny 56 (92)
Limerick 138 (222)
Roscommon 191 (307)
Cork 129 (208)
Shannon 153 (246)
Wexford 11 (18)
Wicklow 68 (110)

By train

There is a train station within the port. It is a short 10 minute walk from the terminal in the open air. 

The line runs an Irish Rail InterCity service from Dublin Connolly to the port. Trains run on the line up to 5 times a day and the journey to Dublin takes just under 3 hours.

By bus

There is a bus stop (Rosslare Harbour) within the port.

Buses from Bus Eireann (routes 40, 132, 370 and 379) and also a local service by Local Link Wexford (route 387) stop here.  

Check-in times

Due to our new health and safety measures, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes before departure.

Port facilities

 
Café
 
Baby change area
 
Disabled toilets
 
Tourist information
 
Budget car rental
 
Luggage lockers
 
WiFi

Parking facilities at Rosslare Europort

The car park inside the port is operated by APCOA and has 335 spaces. 

Charges are €1 per hour, €5 per day and €25 per week. 

Payment can be in cash or by credit or debit card.

Got a few hours to spare?

If you have a few hours to spare before your sailing, then why not check out some of the great attractions in Rosslare? 

Our Lady's Island Lake

Drive: 10 mins (8.5 km)

Our Lady's Island is an ancient place and today many still make pilgrimage here to worship the Virgin Mary. Its beautiful lakeside location has been sacred for many thousands of years - the Irish name for the area, Cluain-na-mBan, 'the meadow of the women', makes it likely that it was an area once inhabited by female druids.

It's the perfect spot for a peaceful walk to relax, reflect and reconnect with nature as you admire the gliding swans and many other birds that call the lake home.

Irish National Heritage Park

Drive: 21 mins (22.1 km)

Perfect for a family day out, the Irish National Heritage Park is a short drive from Rosslare towards Wexford town. Bringing over 9000 years of Irish history to life, you'll take a journey through Pre-Historic Ireland, Early Christian Ireland and the Age of Invasion when the Vikings and Normans arrived.

Wander along trails through 40 acres of beautiful woodland and dicover settlements, ring forts, stone circles and more. You can also meet some birds of prey at the Falconry Centre, enjoy a guided tour with a costumed tour guide or take part in some of the park's fun activities and experiences.

Johnstown Castle 

Drive: 20 mins (17.2 km)

This restored 19th century castle and its stunning ornamental gardens are a great day out. The inside of the castle is a gem of Gothic Revival architecture with lavish rooms upstairs but you can also explore the kitchens downstairs by following what is believed to be the longest servants tunnel in the country - at an incredible 86 metres long.

Outside, enjoy the spectacular lakeside walks or head into the farm courtyard buildings to discover the Irish Agricultural Museum with its exhibits about life in rural Ireland throughout the ages. 

Wexford town

Drive: 22 mins (19.3 km)

The county capital, Wexford, has a rich and tumultuous history thanks to the Vikings and Normans. Visit the old gate tower at the West Gate Heritage Centre, then walk along the battlements to Selskar Abbey where there was once a pre-Christian temple to the Norse god, Odin.

Or, if you're keen to explore the waterfront, head to the Raven Point Centre at the harbour. Inside you'll learn about the wildlife of the area but the best part is to take one of the centre's boat trips. Head out into the harbour to see some of the local sea birds and continue to Raven Point where grey seals live on its sandy banks.