Ferry to Wales
Wales is part of the United Kingdom and the British Isles, bordered by England to the east.
Although a relatively small country, Wales is packed with significant attractions from its three national parks and five ‘Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ to the third highest peak in Britain and some outstanding beaches; Wales has something to suit all visitors.
As a nation with vast, rolling plains, it boasts an impressive network of excellent hiking trails that take you past some of the country’s 400 castles, many cheerful pubs and stunning coastal views.
Thanks to its location on Britain’s western shores, Wales is a useful gateway to Ireland, offering numerous crossings to Dublin and Rosslare. Also, with a number of ports along the Welsh coast to choose from, there’s no shortage of ferry options.
What is the cheapest ferry to Wales?
The cheapest prices are typically during off peak times and low seasons. Ferry Compare prices with our deal finder to find the cheapest deals.
Which ferries go to Wales?
Ferries to Wales sail from Ireland and Northern Island. Dublin to Holyhead is a popular route, with at least 3 daily sailings.
Which ferry companies go to Wales?
There are 2 popular ferry operators for Wales. These are Stena Line and Irish Ferries.
What are the ferry ports in Wales?
The most popular ferry ports our selected routes travel to and from include Holyhead, Pembroke and Fishguard.
How long is the ferry to Wales?
Ferries to Wales can take between 4-6 hours depending on the route. The quickest ferry crossing is from Dublin to Holyhead with a crossing time of approximately 3.5 hours.