The Irish International Fly Fair is held in the village of Killyleagh in picturesque County Down, Northern Ireland.
The village sits on the banks of Strangford Lough 20 miles south east of Belfast and is easily accessible with good public transport links.
Northern Ireland is an easy country to get to thanks to the frequent low cost flights from other parts of the UK and beyond. There are also excellent fast ferry links to Scotland and England. Links open in a new browser window.
Belfast International Airport.Click for more info
Belfast City Airport.Click for more info
City of Derry Airport.Click for more info
Stena Line ferry routes.Click for more info
P&O ferry routes.Click for more info
Norfolkline ferry routes.Click for more info
Once in the country you will find good public transport links and a good quality road network should you prefer to drive yourself. For further information click the text links below, links will open in a new browser window.
Translink website for details of public transport in Northern Ireland.Click for more info
Car hire from Belfast City Airport.Click for more info
Car hire from Belfast International Airport.Click for more info
Car hire from City of Derry Airport.Click for more info
Car hire information for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
If you are using a satellite navigation system to find your way to the fair just enter the postcode BT30 9QF
For information on accommodation in Killyleagh and the surrounding area click the text links below. Links will open in a new browser window.
Accommodation links on the Down District Council website.