Glamping Ireland on The Aran Islands, Co. Galway.
Aran Camping and Glamping is situated on Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands in the mouth of Galway Bay, on the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland.
The Aran Islands are renowned for their stunning beauty and slower pace of life. For anyone looking for a place to get away from it all, it’s hard to think of somewhere better! Wild, untamed cliffs, jaw dropping landscapes, sweeping views, and local traditions and heritage that go back thousands of years are just some of the attractions. This is Ireland as it used to be.
Inis Mor Island, the perfect place to go Glamping in Ireland
There are 3 Aran islands, the largest of which is Inis Mor. It is here that a growing number of people each year are deciding to take an Ireland getaway break, due to the variety of things to see and do. Whether staying for a night, a week, or more, there always seem to be a part of Inis Mor still waiting to be discovered!
Aran Islands Camping and Glamping
The newly opened Aran Islands Camping and Glamping site on Inis Mor is pleased to welcome guests from Ireland and abroad who want to experience this unique part of Ireland over a few days. Offering newly constructed glamping pods as well as traditional camping facilities, it is an ideal base from which outdoor lovers and holidaymakers can explore the island. A treasured memory of any visit to Ireland.
About Inis Mor Glamping
The camping and glamping site is conveniently located just a short walk away from Kilronan, the main town on Inis Mor. With great views over Frenchman’s Beach and the ocean, it’s careful design and purpose built facilities make it one of the most unique, and newest, camping and glamping sites in Ireland.
Glamping on Inis Mor, The Aran Islands, Ireland
Aran Islands Camping and Glamping has 9 specially designed glamping pods, with each one able to accommodate up to four people. These Clochán na Carraige, or Clochans for short, have a design based on the look of the old beehive shaped stone huts that can still be found on parts of the island and around Ireland. Whereas these huts were quite Spartan abodes used by reclusive monks, the Cochlans are the complete opposite. They are fully self-contained and equipped with everything you need to feel as though you are at home from the moment your step through the door. You can find out more about the glamping pods by looking at the menu option on this page.
Camping on Inis Mor, The Aran Islands, Ireland
In addition to the glamping pods, Aran Islands Camping and Glamping also provides numerous tent pitches on 3 organic grass fields. The recently completed shower block, camp kitchen and social areas provide all the facilities you need when camping, and there is also a laundry machine available. Just the thing if you need to wash or dry clothes after a day spent hiking or doing some other outdoor activity!
What to see and do on Inis Mor
You can divide your time on Inis Mor between visiting the island’s main attractions, and simply seeing where the road or path will take you. Due to its relatively compact size, cycling is the best way to get to the further ends of the island, whilst hiking is perfect for exploring the cliffs and walking paths. During your stay at Aran islands Camping and Glamping, you can pick any or all of these main attractions to add to your sightseeing itinerary in Ireland.
The most important attraction on the island is this impressive stone fort, thought to date back over two thousand years. Visitors marvel at its construction, and also the incredible views which can be enjoyed from along the cliffs here.
This rectangular hole at the bottom of a cliff looks so perfect you can almost imagine it was manmade. It is, however, a natural phenomena. On occasion, The Red Bull Cliff Diving Championships are held at the Worm Hole.
Inis Mor has several beautiful clear beaches that follow the coastline of Inis Mór. One of them is adjacent to Aran Camping Glamping and is named Frenchman’s Beach. Another is Kilmurvey beach which is just below Dun Aonghasa.
Inis Mor is developing a reputation in Ireland as a place for unique events and festivals.in Ireland
Many different types are held throughout the year, with there being three most popular with visitors to Ireland. The first is the fun TedFest, which is part fan convention, part festival based on the ever popular TV comedy Father Ted. The second is Patrun, an event which brings the inhabitants of all 3 Aran Islands of Ireland together to compete in various games. The third one is the Ireland St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which is marked by a procession and other activities throughout the day.