Getting to Kilmore Quay

Directions

Coming from Wexford: Follow the N25 to Rosslare Harbour. Approximately two miles after the Drinagh roundabout on the outskirts of Wexford, there is a signpost for the R739 to Kilmore Quay. Turn right here and follow the road to Kilmore Quay through Ballycogley and Kilmore village. Kilmore Quay is approximately three miles past Kilmore village.

Coming from Rosslare: Take the N25 to Wexford town. Pass through Kilrane, Tagoat and Killinick. Two miles after Killinick take a left turn onto the R739 signposted for Kilmore Quay. Follow the directions as above from here.

Coming from Waterford: Follow the N25 to Wexford and directions from Wexford as above. Alternatively take the Passage East Car Ferry to Ballyhack and follow the R733 through Arthurstown, Ramsgrange and Wellingtonbridge. A few miles past Wellingtonbridge, turn right at the petrol station onto the R738 and follow the road until you come to Kilmore Quay. It is approximately 40minutes drive from Ballyhack to Kilmore Quay.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT LINKS

By Train: The nearest train stations are Wexford O’Hanrahan Station in Wexford town or Rosslare Europort train station. Services are limited. www.irishrail.ie

By Bus: Daily bus services to and from Wexford town via two routes, Murrintown/Bridgetown and Drinagh/Ballycogley, are provided by Wexford Bus. For current timetables please visit www.wexfordbus.ie

By Taxi: Local Taxis are also available.

Parking

There is free parking adjoining the harbour in Kilmore Quay beside the playground. There is also a free car park for boat trailers located here.

About Kilmore Quay

Kilmore Quay is a quaint fishing village in south Wexford. Traditional thatched cottages line the main street down to the harbour.  A busy fishing port and marina, there is plenty of activity in the harbour especially during the summer months. 

This corner of South County Wexford is steeped in rich history and folklore:   Land of the old Yola dialect, site of one of the oldest graveyards in Ireland, a landscape dotted with Norman castles and beautifully preserved thatched houses.

There are plenty of activities to suit all the family. Craft shops, walking trails, cycling trails, an award-winning playground, tennis courts and kilometres of golden sandy beaches. An anglers paradise, this area has excellent shore and boat angling available.

Being so close to the sea, there is no shortage of wonderful seafood available in the local award-winning bars, restaurants and coffee shops. Accommodation is available at CoastKilmoreQuay hotel, a number of Bed & Breakfasts, self-catering and camping options in the area.