Getting to Ireland by Plane
Ireland’s main international airports are Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Kerry. There are also international flights to Belfast International and Belfast City airport in Northern Ireland. From Belfast, it is a 2hr train journey to Dublin. Check each airports website for a list of which airlines fly directly. Dublin is the best airport for our Wicklow holidays and we can meet you in the airport as you arrive. If you are in Ireland already we can meet you at your hotel in Dublin and bring you down to Wicklow. To get to Kerry, you can fly to Dublin and catch a short flight (30min) or take the train (3.5hrs-4hrs). We can then meet you at Kerry Airport or Tralee or Killarney train station. Alternatively you can fly directly to Kerry Airport from the UK, Germany and France. If you fly to Cork or Shannon you can catch a bus from the airport to Killarney and Tralee, where we can meet you. You may find Momondo website useful for finding flights.
The Collection Points for our Walking Holidays
|Which Holiday||We can meet you at|
|Wicklow Walking Holidays||Dublin Airport or in Dublin City|
|Dingle Walking Holidays||Kerry Airport; Tralee Train or Bus Station|
|Kerry Walking Holidays||Kerry Airport; Killarney Train or Bus Station|
|Mallorca Walking Holidays||Palma de Mallorca Airport or Palma Ferry Terminal|
To Get to Ireland by Ferry
Ireland’s main sea ports are Dublin, Rosslare and Cork. There are direct ferry links with the UK and France. From Dublin, ferries are operated by Irish Ferries, Stena Line, P&O, and Norfolk Lines. From Rosslare, ferries are operated by Irish Ferries, Stena Line and Celtic Link. To Cork, ferries arrive from Roscoff in France – this service is operated by Brittany Ferries. If you arrive by car you can leave your car in the first guesthouse and we can return you back to it after your walking holiday.