Fishguard town center 1 mile. Railway station adjacent to foot passenger terminal. Cardiff International Airport 2 hours by car. Taxis meet all incoming sailings.
Fishguard is a port of entry into South Wales from Rosslare in southeast Ireland and lies at the western end of a historic road to London, which eventually becomes London's Oxford Street, (The modern A40 by and large follows this route). The town has a population of around 4,000.
There are some direct trains between Cardiff and Fishguard, however passengers will generally need to change in Swansea.
Fishguard has many hotels and is the main shopping town of North Pembrokeshire with a busy Thursday market in the Town Hall.
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