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Ski deals from Dublin airport

There are 42 holidays for 2 adults, 0 child and 0 infant, from Dublin.

42 holidays

Chalet La Cognée

in Les Gets, France (sleeps 8-10)
30/03/17 Thu • Dublin • 7 nights • Catered Chalet

Club Chalet Gourmets

in Morzine, France
27/03/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Catered Chalet

Hotel Llaret

in Les Angles, France
23/03/17 Thu • Dublin • 7 nights • Half Board
was £841

Hotel Pilier d'Angle

in Courmayeur, Italy
27/03/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Half Board

Terminal Neige Totem

in Flaine, France
27/03/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Half Board
Wifi/internetHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolSauna/Steam/TurkishGym/FitnessFireplace/Hearth/Stove

Hotel Club du Soleil le Pas du Loup

in Isola 2000, France
30/03/17 Thu • Dublin • 7 nights • All Inclusive
Wifi/internetSki in/out or NearbyPoolSauna/Steam/TurkishBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
was £918

Hotel Pointe Isabelle

in Chamonix, France
24/04/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast

Hotel Gustavia

in Chamonix, France
06/02/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast

Hotel Ziryab

in Sierra Nevada, Spain
01/04/17 Sat • Dublin • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast

Hotel Gourmets & Italy - Chamonix

in Chamonix, France
03/04/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast
was £948

Boutique Hotel Le Morgane

in Chamonix, France
17/04/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast

Hotel Au Coeur du Village

in La Clusaz, France
03/04/17 Mon • Dublin • 7 nights • Half Board
PoolSauna/Steam/TurkishSpa/WellnessFamily friendly

Hotel Garni Ernst Falch

in St Anton, Austria
20/04/17 Thu • Dublin • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast

Panoramahotel Pawlik

in Bad Gastein, Austria
11/03/17 Sat • Dublin • 7 nights • Half Board

Hotel Rosa Canina

in St Anton, Austria
16/04/17 Sun • Dublin • 7 nights • Half Board
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Dublin ski holidays

10km north of Dublin city centre, this is Ireland’s busiest airport (as well as one of the busiest in Europe) with 2 terminals, 2 runways and over 50 airlines.

With flights to airports near ski resorts in Europe and North America, it has excellent transport links for those living in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Driving to Dublin Airport:

Dublin Airport’s postcode for Sat Navs: The airport is outside a post code area, but you can use these GPS coordinates with most Sat Nav systems: 53.423650477287055, -6.234912872314453

Dublin Airport is 10km north of central Dublin, near the M1 and M50.

Driving from the south: Drive along the M50 toll road northbound, exit at junction 2, R132, then look out for signs to the airport car parks.

Driving from the north: Take the M1/E01 southbound towards Dublin. Leave at junction 2 for the R132 and follow the signposting.

Driving from the north-west: Take the M2 or M3 towards Dublin, continue onto the N2/N3 and merge onto the M50 northbound. Continue onto the E01/M1 and at junction 2, take the R132 exit and follow signs to the airport.

Driving from the west: Take the M4 towards Dublin, continue onto the N4 and then merge onto the M50 northbound. Continue onto the M1/EO1 and at junction 2, exit for the R132 to the airport.

Parking at Dublin Airport:

Dublin Airport has 15,500 long-term car park spaces and 3,100 short-term spaces. There are also drop off zones outside both terminals.

Each terminal has its own Short Term car park within a 5 minute walk. On top of this, Short Term car park A is within 2-4 minutes’ walk of both terminals, and the Surface Car Park’s about 5-6 minutes’ walk from both.

The Long Term car parking is divided into colours: Green, Red and Blue. On Swords road, the Green and Red car parks are 5 minutes from the terminals (Green is pre-booked parking only). Round the back of the airport on Ballymun road, the cheaper Blue Park has a 10 minute transfer time.

Public Transport to/from Dublin Airport:

Dublin Airport Buses:

Airlink service - city centre, Heuston rail station, Connolly rail station

747 - Heuston Rail station

6 - Ballinteer (Kingston)

102 - Sutton Station

Airport Hooper – stops include The Square Tallaght, Newland Cross, The Mill Shopping Centre and Liffey Valley

Trains to/from Dublin Airport:

Dublin Bus’ 747 service connects the airport to Heuston and Connolly Rail stations, from which you can connect to Tullamore, Newry, Cork, Wexford and other stations.

Taxis to/from Dublin Airport:

Taxis use the drop-off and pick-up stations in the forecourts outside both terminals.

Coaches to/from Dublin Airport:

Aircoach - Cork and Belfast

Ardcavan – city centre (Gorey, Enniscorthy, Wexford, and Wellington Bridge)

City Link – 14 daily direct services to Dublin City and Galway (stopping at Enfield, Kinnegad, Moate and others).

Dublin Coach - hourly service to Portaloise (stopping the Red Cow LUAS, Naas, Newbridge, Kildare and Monasterevin).

Go Bus – up to 18 daily direct routes to Galway and Dublin City

GoBe – non-stop service to Cork City

JJ Kavanagh - Kilkenny, Clonmel, Limerick, Waterford and Tramore

Wexford Bus - Weford Town, Gorey, Camolin, Ferns and Enniscorthy

Translink - daily Goldline Express to Belfast and Derry

Dublin Airport facilities:


Both terminals have Executive Lounges to use for up to 3 hours – available to all travellers with any airline or ticket class. The lounges have free Wi-Fi as well as complimentary drinks, snacks and newspapers.

Food and Drink:

Terminal 1’s restaurants and cafes include a Burger King, Starbucks and Butler’s chocolate café. Terminal 2 has a GBK, Oak Café Bar, Chocolate Lounge and The Slaney.


Both terminals have an International Currency Exchange desk. The Loop shopping areas in each terminal include the likes of Boots, Buff Shop, WH Smith and Jo Malone.


Terminal 2 has free Wi-Fi access as well as internet kiosks and printing facilities.

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