Holyhead ferry port in Wales connects you with Dublin in Ireland with a choice of up to 9 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Holyhead to Dublin crossing is from 2 hours and the crossing is operated by Irish Ferries & Stena Line.
The port of Holyhead sits on the northernmost tip of Holy Island, a small peninsula separated from the Welsh Isle of Anglesey by a narrow stretch of sea known as the Menai Strait. With Dublin a short ferry trip across the Irish Sea, it’s a popular stop-over destination for tourists on their way to the Emerald Isle.
The port is supplied by fantastic travel routes from the British mainland too. The A55 dual-carriageway cuts through the centre of Anglesey and all the way across the north of Wales, meaning that both Manchester and Liverpool are under a 2-hour drive away. The ferry terminal, a bright open-plan building with plenty of comfortable seating, is also shared by the Holyhead train-line.
Irish Ferries and Stena line currently operate on the Holyhead - Dublin route, both companies sailing daily from the Welsh coast. The brief journey takes passengers within view of the Holyhead Mountain near the west coast of Holy Island where it is possible, on a clear day, for successful climbers to see all the way to the Irish coastline.
Holyhead, Anglesey, Gwynedd, LL65 1DQ
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