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Aran Islands Walks

Province of Connacht, Ireland
+353 86 411 4688
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Great island to walk

Walked most of the island , very peaceful and beautiful. The sea breeze is great and the views to... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Ciara1964
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Bray, Ireland
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Good things come in small islands....

The smallest of the three Aran Islands, but is more than worth the trip. Shortest boat ride, with a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
R H
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Brantford
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Province of Connacht, Ireland
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Walked most of the island , very peaceful and beautiful. The sea breeze is great and the views to Galway, Clare and the inis meann are lovely.

Thank Ciara1964
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The smallest of the three Aran Islands, but is more than worth the trip. Shortest boat ride, with a tour of the Cliffs of Mohar after your visit to the island. Fabulous guided cart tours with drivers we’ll versed in the island knowledge. Look for...More

Thank R H
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Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

We were on a tour to Inisheer and the Cliffs of Moher with Executive Tours of Ireland with the driver/guide Phil! We drove to Doolin, took a ferry over to the island of Inisheer! Phil recommended that we take the horse cart around the Island....More

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Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

The smallest Aran Island is closest to Doolin and you can make it by tour ship in 20-30 minutes. It has an old ruin OBrien castle from the 15th century and a very small village. Of interest is that it was all rock and the...More

Thank Diane G
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Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

My wife and I took a walk in Inisheer, the smallest Aran island. We started from Galway to reach Doolin harbour and take a Ferry to Inisheer. The operator let us without giving us any information about where to go. No map is available so...More

Thank Nikoala21
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Reviewed 24 August 2017

Enjoyed the visit to Inisheer immensely! Used Galway Tour Co which I recommend- our guide Michael walked us around the island. Incredible views, beautiful beach- the water is turquoise. Ruins of O'Brien's castle, rock walls hundreds of years old. Historical cemetery. Places to get snacks....More

1  Thank Patricia M
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Reviewed 5 August 2017

We went to National University of Ireland Galway for official work and then some of my friends there suggested us to visit Aran Island. We booked a tour with their help and purchased a combined package of Cliffs of moher and aran island (both ferries...More

Thank DrBRAYEcon
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

Inismor aka Innismore is the largest of the Aran Islands and can be reached by ferry from Galway. The ride is usually smooth but can get rough.Once there take an Island minivan tour to see the sights, you can hike this but it is long...More

Thank Sunrunner45
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

I am so glad so many people said that we needed to go to Aran Island. We went to Inishmoor and I loved it. We walked most of the time but if you want, you can rent bikes. We walked to the seal cove and...More

1  Thank Shelly C
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Reviewed 5 June 2017

We have visited Inisheer - the smallest and most vibrant of the Aran islands according to our tour guide from Galway tour company. The easiest way to get to the island is by ferry from Doolin. If you have a few days to spend on...More

3  Thank Shimnik
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