Getting to Inis Mór
Firstly, If visiting Inis Mór and The Aran Islands is not on your bucket list for 2021, it needs to be added. Getting to Inis Mór and The Aran Islands is made easy in this blog.
Located off the West coast of Ireland, along the Wild Atlantic Way are the Aran Islands. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, and a rugged coastline you are sure to unwind and switch off, while appreciating all that nature and Ireland has to offer.
Travel by Ferry
Visit us by boat from Rossaveal Co. Galway and Doolin, Co. Clare, both ports have car parking available, as these are passenger ferries only.
Aran Island Ferries:
Aran Island Ferries operates a ferry service from Rossaveal Co. Galway to Inis Mor, all year round. Rossaveal is located about a 1 hour drive west of Galway City, If you are not driving there is a shuttle bus from Galway city to Rossaveal port. With sailings twice a day year round and extra sailings in the Summer months.
- Phone: +353 91 568 903
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.aranislandferries.com
Doolin Ferry Company and Doolin2Aran Ferries operate from Doolin pier in Co. Clare, both ferry companies operate seasonally.
Doolin Ferry Company:
- Phone number: +353 65 707 5555
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- Website: www.doolinferry.com
- Phone number: +353 65 707 5949
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: www.doolin2aranferries.com
Travel by plane
Aer Arann Islands:
Aer Arann operates the plane service from Inverin Co. Galway to Inis Mor all year round, weather dependent. The airport is located in Inverin, which is located about 40 mins west of Galway city.
- Phone number: +353 (0)91 593034
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.aerarannislands.ie
Once you arrive on Inis Mór:
Ferries arrive and depart from Kilronan village, while the plane service arrives and departs from Killeany, located 1 mile from Kilronan village. Aran Camping and Glamping is about 8 minutes walk from the main ferry port on Inis Mor, where you can find shops, bars and restaurants. Grab a bike and explore Inis Mor at your own pace, take in the scenery, and enjoy all nature has to offer.
Top tip: Check in with your ferry or plane operator before your holiday. Ensure that the service is operating as normal, as it may be cancelled in adverse weather conditions.
Check out our blog for more information on The Aran Islands.
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Are you looking for accommodation on The Aran Islands? While camping may not be for everyone, Glamping may be right up your street, With beds, showers, microwave and fridge. Frenchman’s Beach at your door step there is accommodation to suit the entire family. Check out www.irelandglamping.ie for all your luxury Glamping and Traditional Camping needs.