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Ferries Holyhead

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
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The port of Holyhead is located on the northern coast of Wales, on the island of Holyhead, near the island of Anglesey. It overlooks the Irish Sea and is one of the major ports serving Ireland.

The port is mainly used as passenger route from Holyhead to Dublin. It consists of three parts: the Inner Harbour, the Outer Harbour and the New Harbour. Around two millions passengers travel the route Holyhead Dublin, making it the second busiest passengers ferry port in Britain and a major hub for connections between Great Britain and Ireland.

The two ferry companies serving this port are Irish Ferries and Stena Line, both operating the journey Holyhead Dublin. The ferry crossing lasts 3 hours and there are around 7 departures every day.

The ferry terminal for passengers is Terminal 1. The access to the boarding area is shared with the Holyhead railway station. Before departure, passengers can visit the shops and enjoy the coffee lounge at disposal. Also, ATMs, restrooms, and information screens are available.

Outside the ferry terminal, you can access other services, such as car rentals and rail ticket offices. The car parking in the area is free for short stays, but long-term parking is available at an affordable price. Shuttle service is provided to reach the boarding.

Holyhead ferries About Holyhead

The town of Holyhead, just a few minutes walk from the port, lives off the port activities and features excellent facilities for fishing, golf, and sailing.

Before reaching the famous cities of Liverpool, Manchester and Chester, about 2 hours away by car, visit the Isle of Anglesey, the perfect destination for escaping from the chaos of the city.

The whole Isle of Anglesey, where Holyhead is located, is one of the most evocative places in Wales. Trace the city's maritime history at the Holyhead Maritime Museum, and don't miss out on the wonderful views of Ireland from South Stack Lighthouse.

Stroll along the Anglesey Path along the entire coast of the island and set off to discover unspoiled bays and characteristic villages such as Beaumaris, with its stunning castle, and Moelfre. If you love history, visit the prehistoric sites of Bryn Celli Ddu and Barclodiad y Gawres. Those who travel with children can't miss a day out at Anglesey Sea Zoo.

Whether you're looking for history, culture, relax, natural parks and trails for hiking, beaches and crystal clear waters, with ferries to Holyhead you can make the entire family happy.

 

How to reach the boardings

Address: Holyhead LL65 1DJ, United Kingdom

GPS coordinates: 53°18'22''N 4°37'55''W

Holyhead has excellent railway links across the UK and the main train station is in the same building as the ferry terminal, which makes it very easy to access the boarding if travelling by train.

The port is also easy to get to by car: it is about a 2-hour drive from Chester, Liverpool, and Manchester and 3 hours far from Birmingham.

Bus service is regularly available in the port area.

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