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Get from Dublin Airport to Ballina, or from Ballina to Dublin Airport, with Expressway Route 22 via Mullingar, Longford, and Swinford. With charging points, free 4G WiFi, and reclining leather seats, our luxury coaches will get you to and from Dublin Airport conveniently and in comfort. With limited seating on airport routes, advance online booking is advised.
Expressway Route 22 from Ballina arrives directly into Dublin Airport, convenient to passengers travelling from both terminals. From Dublin, the 22 arrives into Ballina bus station.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
A = Will carry passengers from Dublin Airport to Maynooth, but may not carry passengers from city centre to Maynooth.
SuO = Operates Sundays and Public Holidays only.
During College terms only. the following extra services will operate:
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
For services stopping at Longford Rail Station, there will be a short comfort stop. Toilet facilities are available.
Ballina in Co. Mayo offers a relaxing break in some of Ireland’s most picturesque countryside, within easy reach of beautiful golden beaches and majestic sea cliffs.
Known as the most important collection of Irish historical material in public hands, it comprises some 100,000 items spanning 400 years of Irish history. The collection was gifted to Mayo County Council and the people of Ireland in 2005 by Jackie Clarke’s widow, Anne, and includes items associated with influential figures from Irish history.
Tír Sáile - the North Mayo sculpture trail - is inspired by the 5,000-year-old human imprint left in the landscape of Mayo’s earth and stone. The creation of the artworks was dictated by the traditional notion of groups working together towards a common goal, and pieces used natural materials in harmony with their environments.
Based in Ballina and offering kayaking tours of both coastal and inland waterways of North Mayo and the Wild Atlantic Way, Paddle & Peddle’s experienced guides will help you experience the very best of this beautiful area. If getting on the water isn’t your thing, bike rental and guided cycle tours are also available.
A magnificent 18th century lakeside estate encompassing a fully-restored Georgian villa, Victorian walled garden, and parkland set across 160 acres. A fascinating and tragic family history adds an extra dimension to any visit here.
Home to some of the best fishing waters in the country, Ballina is known as the ‘Salmon Capital of Ireland’. The annual salmon festival celebrates this, with a family-centred programme featuring music, performance, and events, along with river-based activities like fishing competitions and raft races.
This independently-owned craft whiskey distillery sits in beautiful surroundings on the banks of the River Moy, and offers guided tours, whiskey tasting, and a gift shop. Learn how pot still Irish whiskey is made and sample it for yourself at the visitor centre which is open every day of the week.
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