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Would you like to find the best way to get to Rosslare? Search for a ferry from Bilbao to Rosslare using the Ireland ferry booking platform. This site allows you to compare all the info for your trip to Rosslare from Bilbao such as tariffs, times and duration of the crossing.
The link between Bilbao and Rosslare is served by the operator Brittany Ferries who carry out 2 trips per week with exclusively afternoon and evening boardings and crossing times ranging between 27 hr 44 min and 28 hr 59 min. Ferry operators serving this line have ships suitable for vehicle transportation, so you can reach your destination with your car, motorbike or camper van. Even if you have long journey ahead, you can travel in comfort thanks to on board services. Self-service restaurants, bars and shops are provided to make the journey more pleasant. When booking your ticket, be sure to choose accommodation that best meets your needs. We have various options available on board.
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Port of BILBAO
The port is near the town of Getxo and is 20 kilometres from Bilbao. The Original Port of Bilbao was moved from the city centre, downstream to the Bay of Biscay, to support more ocean trade and to make room for new city centre riverside developments. In 2018, the Port of Bilbao received 59 cruise vessels with 86,500 passengers, mainly from the UK and Germany. The terminal in Bilbao is small but offers toilets; a snack bar, tourist office and muzzled dogs on a lead are allowed in all areas of the port. The port car park is available for short and long-stay parking, including parking overnight. ... [More information]
Address: Puerto de Bilbao - Muelle A3 Zierbena, Biscay, Spain
Directions: Google Map @ Bilbao, port
Guide of ROSSLARE
Rosslare is a village that was created as a settlement around the harbour. The name is taken from the Celtic Cuan Ros Láir, meaning ‘harbour of the middle peninsula’. A brief history of Rosslare The village was developed in 1906 by the Great Western Railway and the Great Southern and Western Railway to accommodate steam ferry traffic between Britain and Ireland. It is also thought that harbour expansion and/or privatisation could improve exporting and logistical options for businesses and producers in Ireland offering an alternative to Dublin Port which dominates... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 27 hours 44 minutes