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Roscoff Rosslare Ferry reviews

  • "great service and on time"

    We travelled with reserved seat, not easy to take a rest and relax. Clean ship with good services on board. Departure on time

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  • "Could of been cleaner"

    The cabin was not very clean and no where near as nice as cabins on stenaline . we ate in the steakhouse and the food was excellent and great value

    'Oscar Wilde' travelled on Oscar Wilde

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  • "my first experience by ferry in the Adriatic"

    I'm surprised by the quality of the trip and the size and comfort of the cabin. A lot of shops

    'Oscar Wilde' travelled on Oscar Wilde

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  • "trip in ferry"

    Compared with the Italian ferrys, this one is a great and the brilliant cabin with two windows, free drinks in the fridge, towels, in general quite marvellous.

    'Oscar Wilde' travelled on Oscar Wilde

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Roscoff to Rosslare Ferry

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Rosslare Guide

The town of Rosslare is located in County Wexford in Ireland and for over one hundred years it has been a popular resort with tourists. Rosslare Strand, to give the town its full name and is used to separate it from nearby Rosslare Harbour, is proud to be able to boast that it is one of Ireland's sunniest locations with records that shows the town receives on average 300 hours more sunshine each year than the rest of Ireland. The town's long sandy stretch of beach has been awarded Blue Flag status and therefore is popular with swimmers and families. there are also some good golf courses close to the town.

Facilities at the town's port includes a restaurant, a waterfront bar, a waiting area, children's play area, shops, car hire, baby changing, bureau de change and a Department of Agriculture office. Ferry services from Rosslare depart to Pembroke (4 hours), Fishguard (3 hours and 30 minutes), and to Cherbourg and Roscoff in France.


Roscoff Guide

The French town and seaport of Roscoff is located in the Brittany region of north western France. The town and surrounding area is a great introduction into Brittany's charms. The town itself has been labelled "Petite cite de caractere de Bretagne" (the small town with character) due to the lovely architecture on display. Located next to the coast are 16th century granite buildings and charming streets filled with restaurants, small art galleries and gift shops. Many of the town's specialities, which include fantastic local seafood and Breton crepes, can be found in many of the town's restaurants or street side creperies. Alternatively, sample some famous Brittany thalassotherapy - rejuvenating, healing and relaxing therapies using seawater and sea products.

The port was opened in 1973 and is unfortunately somewhat deficient in passenger facilities. Ferry services using the port depart to Rosslare and Cork in Ireland with crossing times of 17 hours and 13 hours respectively. The nearby Île de Batz, called Enez Vaz in Breton, is a small island that can also be reached by launch from the port.