Easter Escapes for all the Family
#Repost @thewildatlanticway with @repostapp ・・・ Scattered along Ireland’s west coast are a myriad of islands. Hundreds are uninhabited, but on many you’ll meet islanders keeping the culture and traditions of their land alive.picture by @walterbiggins #aranislands #wildatlanticway#loves_ireland #loveireland #wanderireland #inspireireland_#bestirelandpics #discoverireland #irishpassion #ireland_groom #viewireland #Clare #green #cliffs #sea #irishphotographers #photographersofireland #sky#instaireland
Yesterday, the sunshine highlighted the speckled pebbles on Frenchman’s Beach. The sea shimmered and twinkled as boats glided by the lighthouse. Children played barefoot on the shore near the pier, some scrambling around rock pools looking for tiddlers (locally called “pinkies” or, in Irish, “cruacháin“), others tossing sticks in the tide for the dog to retrieve. Schools have closed for two weeks’ holidays and the young ones are keen to enjoy the open air.
Whether for a whole week or a long weekend, Inis Mór has lots to offer families who want simple fun in the great outdoors. At Aran Camping and Glamping, visitors can have fun-filled days and tranquil nights for very affordable rates and minimal preparation. There’s no need to worry about planning your route, booking tons of tickets, scrambling to get all you need into the luggage without incurring extra charges – holidays here are stress-free, simple and leisurely. Added extras are available, of course, and we welcome requests but there aren’t any sneaky surprises to stretch your budget. You can tailor your experience to suit your requirements or, indeed, restrictions. Family holidays are precious but they needn’t be prohibitive in price.
Swimming in the sea, walking along the shore, counting the seals at their colony – these simple pursuits and many more await our guests at Aran Glampsite. Leave the groundsheet and the pegs at home, if you wish. Our units are warm and cosy with home conveniences which is what Glamping is all about, really. Bring the kids to the Wild Atlantic Way’s Aran Islands this Easter for an unforgettable family break, whatever the weather, and leave getting hot and cross to the buns.