Official Guide to the Aran Islands
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Inis Mór Island | The ...

The island of Inis Mór ( meaning the big island) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland.  Well known internationally, it is steeped in history and resembles an outdoor ...
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Inis Meain Island | The ...

Inis Meain Island is where you’ll find a more authentic escape from the modern world. The less visited of the three islands, it will give you the best chance to acquaint yourself in the precious ...
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Inis Oirr Island | The ...

The smallest of the islands is charactorised by its distinctive charm. This island is close to the Burren with its unusual  eclectic mix of colour and the Cliffs of Mohar clearly visible in ...
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Aran Island Ferries ...

Located in the heart of Galway Bay, the Aran Islands offer visitors a glimpse into a way of life that has long since disappeared from most of the country. The Islands' raw beauty and charm leaves ...
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Aran Bike Hire

Aran Bike Hire is a family owned business that provides premium bike hire for people visiting the Aran Islands. There is a wide range bikes available for hire for people visiting the Aran Islands ...
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Dún Aonghasa World ...

Dún Aonghasa is situated on the cliff side or south side of Inismór. It is a semi circular stone fort over looking the Atlantic. It is deemed to be one of the best examples of its kind in Europe. ...

 

The Aran Islands

The Official tourist guide to the Aran Islands. The Aran Islands has a lot to offer: The three Aran Islands, Inis Mór Island (Big Island), Inis Meáin Island (Middle island) and Inis Oírr Island (East island) are situated in a north westerly, south easterly direction at the mouth of Galway Bay, Ireland.

They are famous for their geological formation, historical monuments and their linguistic and cultural heritage. The Irish(Gaelic) language is still spoken here and in the twenty first century all native born islanders are bilingual in both Irish and English.

Plan your Aran Islands holiday today!. Find out about ferries, flights, and Bike Hire

Access to the Aran Islands is via Galway - Rossaveal and Doolin