Adare is located on the N21, the main road from Limerick City to Tralee and Killarney in County Kerry.
The village is approximately 20 mins by road from Limerick, 30 minutes from Shannon Airport, 1 hour 15 mins from Tralee and 1 hour 30 mins from Killarney.
Adare is an ideal location from where to visit the south west of Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way.
Bus Éireann and Expressway as the national bus company provide frequent services from Colbert Station in Limerick City to Adare. For passengers travelling to Kerry and the south the bus stops opposite Adare Heritage Centre and for those going to Limerick and Shannon Airport the bus stops outside Heritage Centre. Click below for timetables.
Dublin Coach stops in the centre of the village of Adare 17 times every day on its M7 Service to Kerry from Dublin.
On route to Killarney and Tralee the coach stops in Newcastlewest and Abbeyfeale. Our coaches are climate controlled.
Shannon Airport is only 30 minutes by road from Adare; so if you are flying from Europe, the UK or the USA make Shannon Airport your No. 1 choice of airports.
Planning your sun holiday ? Fly from Shannon…because
“It’s Easier from Shannon”.
Shannon is the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way.
eireagle.com is an express non-stop coach service, taking you direct from Limerick City (15 minutes from Adare) non-stop to Dublin Airport.
eireagle.com runs 16 daily services.
We look forward to welcoming you on-board.
Kerry Airport is a very convenient airport for those of us living in West Limerick, approximately 1 hour’s drive from Adare.
Today Kerry Airport currently offers scheduled direct flights to Dublin, London-Stansted, Manchester, London-Luton, Berlin, and Frankfurt-Hahn with seasonal flights to Alicante & Faro.
A brand new direct coach service from Adare to Dublin Airport via M7 and M50 Motorway.
No change of coach required.
From only €30 each way*
5 daily services in each direction