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Pembroke Dock is a small town built around a ferry port in Pembrokeshire, that provides harbour for Irish Ferries' Wales to Ireland service. Europcar's hire services can be found in the port, ready to help with any and all of your car hire requirements. Our fleet of safe, modern and reliable vehicles is always available to cater for any size party or budget. Services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover are there to help your car journey from Pembroke Dock get underway as neatly and quickly as possible. As always, our experienced and expert staff are on ready and willing to assist in anyway they can.
Pembroke Dock is small town with a population of about ten thousand. It also happens to be home to the harbour of Irish Ferries' service to Rosslare in Ireland. The MS Isle of Inishmore currently sails the route, carrying up to 2200 passengers and 855 cars over to the south-east coast of Ireland, regularly. Pembroke Dock sits in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales, just north of Pembroke, at the end of the A477. It's an ideal spot to rent a hire car for touring the rest of Wales, if you've just sailed over from Ireland. Alternatively, rent a Europcar hire car in Pembroke Dock before boarding the ferry to Rosslare, and watch all of southern Ireland unfold before you.
South-west Wales - The region, and the county of Pembrokeshire in particular, is one of the most glorious in the British mainland. Surrounded by sea on three side, the majority of the coastal area is protected by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, who work hard to maintain its unspoilt nature. The coast is littered with bays, sandy beaches and seabird breeding sites. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a 186 mile walking trail, stretches around the county. Among the many towns and villages, filled with quaint and interesting places to shop and eat, is the UK smallest city - St David's - with a population under 2000, and the largest village in Pembrokeshire - Saundersfoot - with a population of over 2500. Inland to the north are the Preseli Hills, which are said to be the source of the giant stones carried and arranged for the creation of Stonehenge, some 250 miles away.
South-east Ireland - Taking the ferry across to the Rosslare Europort transports you directly into the magic of south-east Ireland and County Wexford, with its stunning coastline, historic sites and beautiful towns and villages. The Bannow Drive, a signposted scenic route, take you through Duncormick, Cullenstown, Bannow and Wellingtonbridge. Ballyteigue Burow is a six mile stretch of coast that incorporate a nature reserve of intricate sand dunes, while the Hook Peninsula is known for its multitude of beaches that are watched over by the Hook Head lighthouse. Really, the only way to explore this wonderful region successfully is by car, allowing visitors to slip from castle to abbey to bay quickly and efficiently.