Welcome to the website of our Embassy which we hope you will find
useful and informative.In addition to providing information on the
services provided by the Embassy, it is a source of information on
Ireland and Spain alike and on the links between our two countries.
If you have comments about our website or require further
information on Ireland, please contact the Embassy.
Payments to Embassy
Please note that all fees payable to the Embassy
(passport/visa/citizenship fees etc) MUST be paid by bank transfer.
Passport fees can still also be paid by credit card on the
application form.Payment details below:
Bank Address (only for payment
C/Claudio Coello 92
(Please do not send applications to this address,
applications should be sent to the Embassy Address.)
Account Name: EMBAJADA DE IRLANDA
Account Number: 0182 1932 44 0201542340
IBAN code: ES90 0182 1932 44
Swift/BIC code: BBVAESMMXXX
Observaciones/concepto: Name and service required.
Full list of consular and passport fees, please click
2014 SIBN St. Patrick's Day Charity Gala Ball
The SIBN will once again organise a St. Patrick's Day Charity Gala
Ball this year, in the Westin Palace Hotel on Friday 14 March. This
year, the charities chosen are Debra Ireland and Debra Spain. For
more information and ticket sales, please click here
Un corsario al servicio de Benjamin Franklin, by Carlos Colgan
The Embassy is delighted to draw attention to the publication of a
highly interesting volume regarding the relationship between
Spanish traders in the Canary Islands, many of them with close
Irish links, with the United States at the time of Benjamin
Franklin. The author of this volume, Carlos Cologan Soriano,
has been researching over a considerable time in the archives of
the American Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, and in the
archives in Tenerife, including the extensive archives of the
For a copy of this wonderful volume please send an email to
Emigrant Support Programme 2014
This year's funding round for grant applications under the
Department of Foreign Affairs' Emigrant Support Programme is now
open. The deadline for applications is 19 February. The ESP
provides financial support to organisations engaged in the delivery
of front line advisory services and community care to Irish
emigrants, particularly to the more vulnerable and marginalised
members of our community abroad.
The programme has also enabled the Government to invest in a
range of cultural, community and heritage projects, which foster a
vibrant sense of Irish community and identity. These grants are a
key part of the Government’s approach to developing strong and
meaningful links with Irish communities overseas and to securing
the long term future of these communities.
To apply, or for more information, please click here.
Áyax de Sófocles, directed by Denis Rafter
Denis Rafter’s upcoming show “Ayax”, by Sophocles, took place
in the Circulo de Bellas Artes on Thursday 16 and Friday 17
January. For a copy of the dossier please click here
For more information and ticket sales please
The Embassy of Ireland is now on Twitter! To follow us on
Twitter, click on the icon above. To read our Twitter policy,
please click here.
Certificate of Irish Heritage
The government has announced the introduction of a certificate of
Irish Heritage for individuals born outside the island of Ireland
and who are able to demonstrate a direct ancestral connection with
the island of Ireland.
For more information, please see here