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How to Get to Tramore

Tramore is located in the South East of Ireland, and is served by an excellent transport infrastructure, with good road links to the main population and transportation centres – Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Rosslare. Bus and Rail connections are also available.

It doesn’t matter whether you are travelling by Air, Sea, Rail or Road you can plan your journey using the links provided here.

The Irish rail network is operated by Irish Rail/Iarnrod Eireann. The Network operates, primarily, as a hub and spoke system, centred on Dublin City Centre. Iarnrod Eireann provide an excellent on-line intractive timetable and route planner which you can access here.

A regular bus service operates from Waterford Train station to Tramore bus station, further details are available from the Bus section on the menu


Travelling to Tramore by car can be an extremely pleasurable experience.

Travelling Timetable
Airport Distance Time
Dublin 173 Kms 3 hrs
Cork 134 Kms 2.30 hrs
Shannon 170 Km 3 hrs
Larne 310 Km 1 hr
Rosslare 82Km 1 hr
Waterford 10Km 10 mins

From Dublin, take the N7/N9 to the West of the City, and follow the M9/N9 branch for Carlow and Waterford. Follow the N25 through Waterford City, and branch left onto the R675 as you leave the City

From Rosslare, follow the N25 for Wexford. Turn left onto the R733, and follow this scenic route through south county Wexford. Cross the Suir estuary by ferry between Ballyhack and Passage East. Follow the estuary south through Woodstown heading towards Dunmore East. Cross the R684 at Gaultier Cross and folow the R685 to approach Tramore from the East.

From Cork, follow the N25 through Midleton, the Youghal bypass and Dungarvan. 2 miles after passing through the village of Kilmeaden, take a right turn onto the R682 at Butlerstown Cross.

From Limerick, take the N24 through Tipperary Town, Cahir, Clonmel and Carrick On Suir. Cross the river Suir at Fiddown and follow the R680 to the N25 at Kilmeaden. Turn left onto the N25, and after 3 miles take a right turn onto the R682 at Butlerstown Cross.

Waterford Regional Airport is located 10 minutes from Tramore. It offers daily flights to London Luton, and a twice weekly service to Manchester courtesy of Aer Arann http://www.flywaterford.com

Waterford Regional Airport is located 10 minutes from Tramore. It offers daily flights to London Luton, and a twice-weekly service to Manchester courtesy of Aer Arann

National Airport Details
Airport Website Phone Number
Dublin site » +353 1 8141111
Cork site » +353 21 4313131
Shannon site » +353 61 712000
Waterford site » +353 51 875589

Journey times from the main Airports to Tramore, would typically be:

Travelling Timetable
Airport Distance Time
Dublin 173 Kms 3 hrs
Cork 134 Kms 2.30 hrs
Shannon 170 Km 3 hrs
Larne 310 Km 1 hr
Rosslare 82Km 1 hr
Waterford 10Km 10 mins

The main Ferryports are located at Cork on the south coast, and Rosslare, Dunlaoghaire, Dublin Port, Belfast and Larne, on the east coast.

Cork serves ferries to and from Swansea, in Wales, and Roscoff and Le Havre in France.
Rosslare serves ferries to and from Pembroke and Fishguard in Wales, and Cherbourg and Roscoff in France.

Dunlaoghaire serves ferries to and from Holyhead in Wales.
Dublin Port serves ferries to and from Holyhead in Wales.

National Ferry Port Details
Ferry Port Website Phone NUmber
Brittany Ferries site » +353 21 277801
Stena Line site » +353 01 204 7700
Irish Ferries site » +353 01 555 1995

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