Getting to Ennis
With its meandering alleyways and bustling market vibes, Ennis is the beating heart of County Clare and a joy to explore. Steeped in 6,000 years of history, and undoubtedly one of the county's most characterful and scenic places, it's highly accessible and the perfect base for discovering the Wild Atlantic Way.
Getting here by car
As Ennis is highly accessible from all major urban centres, the best way to get here is by car.
Getting here by bus
Bus Éireann and TFI Local Link Limerick Clare run numerous routes to and from Ennis and throughout County Clare, including towns and villages along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Getting here by train
Ennis can be reached by rail from Dublin, Galway, Cork and Limerick.
Getting here by coach
Dublin Coach provides luxury transport to and from Ennis and nationally across Ireland.
Getting here by ferry
Shannon Ferry Group Ltd operates the Killimer-Tarbert car ferry, which links the main Shannon Region tourist routes on the Wild Atlantic Way, from Killimer in County Clare to Tarbert in County Kerry.