Port of Cork

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Cork
(Cork, County Cork, Ireland)

The Port of Cork is located in Ringaskiddy and is about 12 miles from the centre of Cork.

The ferry terminal is served by a variety of ground transfer options and passengers should have no problems connecting with their onward destination or making their way to the port from regional County Cork destinations.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Buses connecting with the city of Cork depart every hour from outside the ferry terminal. Once in Cork, there are onward bus connections to a variety of regional destinations. Buses travelling to the port from the city depart from Parnell Place Bus Station in the centre.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Drivers need to travel on the N27 and take the exit at the third junction signposted for Ringaskiddy ferry port. This joins the N28. At the first roundabout, take the first exit, again for Ringaskiddy. Proceed to the next roundabout and from here continue straight on to the ferry terminal.

Car hire is readily available from local dealers in Cork and while arranging rental in the city after your arrival is a reasonable option, booking online in advance saves a lot of time and provides cheaper rates.

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Trains and Rail Travel

There are no rail services serving Ringaskiddy. Cork has its own train station which offers nationwide connections. Passengers can transfer easily to the train station via bus or taxi.

Car Parking

Short and long term parking facilities are available at the ferry terminal without charge.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis are available outside of the ferry terminal. Passengers not wanting to leave things to chance can book ahead by calling C-line Cabs on +353 21 371829 or Beara Cabs on +353 27 70235.

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