Flights to Ballina
A short flight from the UK, Ballina in County Mayo is one of Ireland’s most memorable destinations, thanks in large part to its location on Ireland’s beautiful west coast landscape. Add to this some splendid Georgian and Victorian townhouses and an effervescent nightlife, and you have the recipe for an unforgettable holiday destination.
For an eclectic country retreat that has something on offer for everyone, booking a flight to Ballina is sure to satisfy your needs. Fly to West Ireland Airport Knock, and enjoy a rural getaway complete with country sports, sumptuous dining and more than a taste of world-famous Irish hospitality.
Flying to Ballina
When booking a flight to Ballina, you’ll need to fly to Ireland West Airport Knock Airport, close to Charlestown and about 25 miles south east of the town (about a 45-minute drive). While the airport at Knock serves a small number of airlines, these nevertheless fly to locations around Europe and the UK. You can book flights to Knock from London Gatwick, London Stansted, Manchester, East Midlands, Liverpool, Luton and Bristol.
Before you Fly to Ballina
Don’t forget that, unlike Northern Ireland where the currency is the British Pound, the currency in the Republic of Ireland is the Euro. If you forget to buy Euros before you fly you can purchase currency from the Bureau de Change booth in Knock airport’s arrival hall, where there is also a selection of other amenities to ensure your landing is a smooth one.
Travelling to Ballina After Your Flight Arrives
The most direct route to Ballina after landing at Ireland West Airport Knock Airport is by road. If you book car hire with Expedia today, you can pick it up when your flight lands. Ballina is just a short drive from Knock via the N26 road.
Ballina Bus Station is home to a branch of the Bus Éireann service, which has good connections to Ireland West Airport Knock Airport and other cities throughout Ireland. Catching a bus offers you the chance to enjoy the scenic route through rural Ireland on your way to Ballina.
Eat Out in Ballina After Your Flight Arrives
After your flight to Ballina gets in, why not venture along the river and find somewhere to eat? Ballina’s gastronomic scene is second to none. There’s a big international food scene here offering everything from Chinese to Indian and, of course, Irish cuisine. The restaurants and bistros also serve locally sourced produce, so Ballina has a surprisingly diverse selection of places to eat, particularly in comparison to its size. You could easily fly to Ballina and simply spend a week enjoying its restaurants.
Book Flights to Ballina Today
Don’t wait – with so much on offer in this curious but stirring countryside town, find a great deal online and book your flights to Ballina today.