Passengers arriving to Rosslare Europort from France
Passengers arriving to Rosslare Europort on ferry services from France (including passengers transiting through France) from Thursday 15th April should note that they must complete Mandatory Hotel Quarantine (MHQ) for a period of 14 days. Please visit our News Section for more information. Reminder: All car passengers who are wishing to use car parking facilities at Rosslare Europort must download the APCOA Connect app to enable payment of parking fees. For further details please click here.
Rosslare Europort - The Gateway to Ireland's South East
Rosslare Europort is the gateway to the South East of Ireland and Ireland's Ancient East. With Wexford Town only 20 minutes away by road and Waterford City one hour away, there is plenty to see and do in this corner of Ireland. The South East consists of counties Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford and this region has plenty to offer all ages and tastes. From historic monuments to ancient castles, from museums to beautiful cycling and walking trails, the South East has so much to offer. With a large selection of fantastic restaurants and pubs there is something for everyone. For more information on the South East of Ireland and for suggestions on what you can see and do, please see some of the links below.
Sunny South East in 5 Days!
Why not discover the scenic coastlines, ancient attractions and glorious gardens packed into the South East with a bespoke five-day route? Our friends in Ireland.com have put together some ideas of things to do and see!
Starting at Rosslare Europort the suggested itinerary takes in Kilmore Quay, Wexford Town, Waterford City, Kilkenny City, the Rock of Cashel, Altamont Gardens in Carlow, Glendalough, Avoca and finishing at Curracloe beach which was featured in Saving Private Ryan.
Ireland's Ancient East
If you wish to travel further afield, Ireland's Ancient East provides you with lots of options for exploration. Covering the area outside of Dublin and east of the river Shannon, Ireland's Ancient East runs from Carlingford to Cavan and south to Cork City including east County Cork and Limerick. Taking in 5000 years of history visitors can travel to the ancient Hill of Tara or the Neolithic passage tomb at Newgrange, visit monastic settlements at Clonmacnoise and Glendalough or visit Viking and Norman settlements.
For information on Ireland's South East or to visit other areas of Ireland, please see some of the links below.
Irelands South East
Taking in counties Wexford, Waterford, Kilkenny, Carlow and Tipperary Ireland's sunny South East has it all.
For information on travelling further afield and seeing other parts of Ireland, please see the Tourism Ireland's website
The Wild Atlantic Way
Go see the spectacular coastal route of the Wild Atlantic Way, with 2,500km to explore embrace the best of the west.