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About Holyhead

Holyhead is the largest town in the Isle of Anglesey county in the northwest of Wales. Although primarily known for its busy port with ships sailing to and from Ireland, the town also has numerous attractions and many popular shopping areas and restaurants.

With its rugged coastline and fresh sea air, it would be a shame to visit Holyhead without enjoying one of its many coastal walks. Breakwater Country Park offers audio trails, themed walks, and a unique gallery, as well as access to the South Stack RSPB bird-watching reserve.

If the weather isn't suited to coastal walks, then head inside to Holyhead Maritime Museum to discover Wales' oldest lifeboat station, as well as a collection of exhibits that tell of the fascinating maritime history of Holyhead. Holyhead is also home to a theatre and a cinema if you need to take the weight off your feet after hiking by the sea.

You can travel to Holyhead via car, ferry, rail, and even plane. Take the scenic route and enjoy the North Wales Expressway by car, or arrive at Holyhead Station via West Midlands Railway or Virgin Trains. Anglesey Airport also offers direct daily flights from Cardiff and Norwich.

Station Information

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The Holyhead Seaport is a ferry port that serves as the primary link for crossing from North Wales to Ireland. Stena Line and Irish Ferries provide ferry service from Holyhead to Dublin via this port. Many travelers transfer to the seaport after traveling on a train or bus to Holyhead; these arrive at the nearby Holyhead Train Station and on Turkey Shore Road at the entrance to the ferry terminal. Nearby, there is a Travelodge, hotels, and supermarkets, but the town center of Holyhead is across the harbor. Pedestrians can access the town via the Celtic Gateway Bridge, a walk of about five minutes.

Popular ferry stations in Holyhead:

  • Holyhead Seaport

What ferry companies travel to Holyhead, United Kingdom?

Located in United Kingdom, Holyhead is accessible by ferry from one other city. You can choose from 4 daily scheduled trips when you search for ferries to Holyhead on Wanderu. Stena Line usually has the most ferries on any given day.

Looking for other ways to get there? Train tickets to Holyhead are also available. Bus trips to Holyhead are yet another option .

Ferry companies serving Holyhead

FerryRoutesAvg. TimeAvg. Price
Irish Ferries13h 25m€41.64
Stena Line13h 33m€43.76

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a good price for a ferry ticket to Holyhead?

€41.38 is the cheapest price for a ferry ticket to Holyhead, according to recent searches on Wanderu. You can use our search to check if this price is currently available on buses from your city to Holyhead. In the last month, ferries from Dublin to Holyhead had the lowest average price at €41.40.

Where is the ferry station in Holyhead, United Kingdom?

The main ferry station in Holyhead is Holyhead Seaport. As the busiest station, it has the most ferry arrivals, although some ferries may make other stops in and around Holyhead.

What is the closest airport to Holyhead, AGY?

The closest airport to Holyhead is Anglesey Airport (VLY), it is located 5.9 miles from the city center of Holyhead.

Is Holyhead a popular ferry travel destination?

Holyhead is the most popular ferry destination in Isle of Anglesey; Sir Ynys Môn. It also ranks number 7 in United Kingdom. Holyhead has the most ferry connections in the region. There are 4 ferry schedules arriving in Holyhead each day.

What is the population of Holyhead?

The population of Holyhead is 11431. Holyhead ranks number 1 in terms of population in Isle of Anglesey; Sir Ynys Môn and number 10 in all of United Kingdom.

How much do ferry tickets to Holyhead cost?

Ferry tickets to Holyhead range from for a short trip to Holyhead, while a 60 to 200 mile ferry trip to Holyhead starts at , and a longer trip by ferry to Holyhead can be as cheap as . Looking to travel across state or province lines? A trip from out of your region will be as low as €41.

What ferry station is located closest to the city center of Holyhead?

The closest ferry station to the city center of Holyhead is Holyhead Seaport, located just 0.2 miles away. Select Holyhead Seaport as your arrival if your plans call for exploring the downtown area of Holyhead. Search on Wanderu and in the search results you can filter travel options by arriving or departing station.

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