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Holyhead Ferry Port
Port of Holyhead, Salt Island,
Gwynedd, North Wales
LL65 1DR
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Holyhead Port Ferry Overview

Holyhead is the largest town in the county of Anglesey in the north west of Wales located on Holy Island which is connected to Anglesey by Four Mile Bridge. Holyhead has a busy ferry port handling more than 2 million passengers each year.

Stena Line, Europe's biggest ferry company, operates from the port as do Irish Ferries. Ferries sail to Dublin and Dún Laoghaire in Ireland and this forms the principal link for surface transport from central and northern England and Wales to Ireland.

Holyhead ferry port was built in the 1860's and runs over 1.75 miles from the shore to provide shelter for the New Harbour. Holyhead is mainly a ferry port. Conventional ferries take about 3.5 hours for the crossing, whereas the high-speed craft can take as little as 1.5 hours.

There is archaeological evidence that people have been sailing between Holyhead and Ireland for 4,000 years. Holyhead's sea heritage is remembered in a maritime museum.

Holyhead ferry port handles more than 2 million passengers each year.

Ferries from Holyhead
Ferry Operator Ferry Route
Stena Line Stena Line Holyhead - Dublin
Irish Ferries Irish Ferries Holyhead - Dublin
Stena Line Stena Line Holyhead - Dun Laoghaire

Alternative Route
Ferry Operator Ferry Route
Stena Line Stena Line Fishguard - Rosslare
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Holyhead Port Directions

By Car - The A55 offers fast access to the island of Anglesey from North Wales, or from the south you can take the A5 through the North Wales mountains. The A55 ends approximately 100 metres from the port, which is well signposted from then onwards.

By Train - Holyhead is on a main rail line with connections and services from most parts of the UK
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Holyhead Ferry Port Services

The port offers modest facilities, which cover most of the essentials and include a bureau de change and ATMs as well as disabled persons' toilets, baby-changing facilities and a counter selling snacks and hot and cold beverages.

Holyhead Port Parking

There is a choice of two car parks offering Long Term parking, both charged on a daily basis. 60 Spaces are available at the port entrance and a further 500 spaces are a short ride from the port at the main car park. A Park and Ride bus service to and from Terminal operates around the ships arrival and departure times. This service is free of charge. The car parks are patrolled and have CCTV coverage although all vehicles are parked at owner's risk.

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