The Irish Side

Goodwick is just 62 miles from Rosslare (as the Stena Ferry sails). And once you arrive, a whole new world of transport connections open up. Here’s a sample …

Rail and bus times in Ireland


Shortly, on the Fishguard side of the Irish Sea, all eyes will be on the reopening of Goodwick Station. For some of us, the trip to Fishguard Harbour might become a thing of the past. But we’d be missing out if we didn’t make use of the rail and bus links waiting for us in Rosslare. From Ireland’s south-east port, Dublin is only three hours away, Waterford under two hours, and Belfast 5-6 hours.

Living in Fishguard, we can’t avoid long journey times to get anywhere east of Cardiff. So we might as well take advantage of living just as near Wexford as Bridgend, and explore our nearest neighbour. This timetable, helpfully compiled for us by Bernard Allan of South Wexford Integrated Forum for Transport, is an excellent start. Click on the timetable to enlarge, and for a full size printable pdf, go to the Timetables page.


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