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Travel by ferry to Wales! Travelling to Wales couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Wales holiday rested and without stress.

Fähre to Wales operate daily from Ireland on the Dublin – Holyhead, Rosslare – Pembroke and Rosslare – Fishguard routes.

You can also reach Wales by ferry from Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Spain via England.

Search & Book Ferries to Wales

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Wales. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Walesferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Wales

Here you find all current ferry connections to Wales.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Dublin – Holyhead Ferry from Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries to Wales, Great Britain 6 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Irish Ferries
Stena Line
Ferry Rosslare – Pembroke Ferry from Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries to Wales, Great Britain 14 times a week
4 hours 1 minute
Irish Ferries
Ferry Rosslare – Fishguard Ferry from Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries to Wales, Great Britain 14 times a week
4 hours 15 minutes
Stena Line

All ferries from Wales

Here you find all current ferry connections from Wales.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Holyhead – Dublin Ferry from Wales, Great Britain to Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries 6 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Irish Ferries
Stena Line
Ferry Pembroke – Rosslare Ferry from Wales, Great Britain to Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries 14 times a week
4 hours 1 minute
Irish Ferries
Ferry Fishguard – Rosslare Ferry from Wales, Great Britain to Ireland, Irish Sea Ferries 14 times a week
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Stena Line

Ferry ports in Wales

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Wales here.

Ports
Fishguard
Pembroke
Holyhead

Travel guide Wales

Holiday in Wales

Wales offers visitors a diverse mix of rugged landscapes, charming towns and historic buildings. Endless sandy beaches invite to extensive walks, more than 100 castles to be discovered.


TOP excursion destinations in Wales

Wales’ capital Cardiff delights its guests with a varied face. For example, a visit to Cardiff Castle will allow you to see both a Norman castle and a Victorian mansion. Also worth seeing is the modern harbour district of Cardiff Bay with its famous opera house.

The history of the town of Aberystwyth dates back to 1277. Worth seeing are the ruins of the castle and the three-kilometre-long beach promenade. With its Victorian style houses, it offers the perfect place for a stroll.

The small coastal town of Tenby enchants with its colourful houses, narrow streets and historic town walls. Tenby offers beautiful beaches and a lively harbour. The Tudor Merchants House invites you to take a trip back in time, as everything here looks exactly as it did in the 15th century.

If you stand in front of Conwy Castle, you are about to visit one of the largest and most beautiful medieval castles in the country. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986. It is surrounded by a completely preserved circular wall with eight defence towers, an absolutely unforgettable sight. The same goes for Caernarfon Castle.

One of the most interesting places in Wales is without doubt the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. The imposing ship’s bridge spans the picturesque valley of the River Dee on 19 piers and allows houseboats to cross at a height of 40 metres.

Wales attractions also include the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Over a length of 300 kilometres it follows the coast. Constant companions: steep cliffs, beautiful beaches, picturesque coastal towns, green meadows and the sea.

Wales’ spectacular nature reveals all its beauty in Snowdonia National Park. Here, at an altitude of 1,085 metres, is Mount Snowdon. The highest mountain of Wales can be climbed on several ways, but it is much more comfortable with the rack railway.


Entry requirements

German citizens need an identity card or a (children’s) passport to enter Wales. All travel documents must be valid until the end of the trip.


Alternative travel options

Wales’ capital Cardiff is easily accessible by air. There are also very good connections from other major cities in the UK to all parts of Wales by bus, rail and air.


Fähreto Wales Experiences & Travelogues

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