Reachable by ferry or plane from Rosaveel, Galway or Doolin, and easily navigated on foot or bike, the islands harbor a number of attractions, including the remains of one of the world’s smallest churches and a 16th-century castle once used by Oliver Cromwell’s troops. Inis Mór is the largest and most developed of the three, at a mere 12km long, and home to the well-preserved Dún Aenghus fortress, perched on the cliff edge and affording expansive views over to the mainland. The less-visited Inis Meain and the smallest island, Inis Óirr, also boast impressive ruins – the former in the form of a 4th-century A.D fort, and the latter, an impressive 3-story 16th-century castle.
Tours & Tickets
This unique tour allows to you to visit both the Aran Islands (Inisheer) and the Cliffs of Moher in one day. Taking in two of the Discovery Points on the Wild ... Read more
Location: Galway, Ireland
Duration: 10 hours 30 minutes (approx.)