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Ferry to Inis Mor (main island) from Doolin

Ferry to Inis Mor (main island) from Doolin
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Ferry to Inis Mor (main island) from Doolin
$28.83
Overview
Sail to the Aran Islands from Doolin for an unforgettable experience along Ireland's breath-taking west coast, the Wild Atlantic Way. This 1 hours 30-minute boat trip goes to the biggest Island , Inis Mor. Inis Mor is the most visited island, with up to 2,000 visitors each day during the busy summer season. One daily departure from Doolin at 10:00, departing island at 16:00 and back in Doolin at 17:20
What to Expect
Day trips depart from Doolin for Inis Mor (the furthest of the Aran Islands) once a day departing at 10.00 and leaving the island at 16.00

From the moment you step aboard the gangway, you are treated to a feast of maritime activity,including dolphins following our wake! There is an air of anticipation as the ship sails ever closer to the island.

Inis Mor is the most visited island, with up to 2,000 visitors each day during the busy summer season. The island is a lively place at night, with great Irish music and dance shows. Kilronan is the main village on the island, where the ferry boats pull in. It has several dining, shopping and accommodation options to choose from. It also has the only ATM on the islands (genuine off-shore banking!) Other villages include Killeany, south of Kilronan and Kilmurvey – close to Dun Aengus.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Rough, rainy ride to Inis Mor but loved it

Despite the bad weather en route, and the drizzle on and off all day on island, I wouldn't have missed it for the world. Somehow, despite the tourist throng in town and out at Dun Aengus, the look and feel of the place as described...More

1  Thank Joe O
Doolin2AranFerries, Manager at Doolin2Aran Ferries, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello Joe What a lovely review - you certainly captured the atmosphere at Dun Aengus beautifully. Doesnt it make you feel tiny and insignificant to see this ancient monument to our ancestors and how it has stood the test of time... As you say, it...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Worth every penny, thanks aiden

Me and my daughter decided at the last minute to take a trip to the isle,the boat journey was short and comfortable, sit outside for beautiful views, on the isle we hired bikes, 10 euro for 2 hrs and had a great time riding around...More

Thank Vince V
Reviewed May 30, 2018 via mobile
Great Trip

Great two day trip. Staff were friendly and gave info on surrounding area and views. Defo will be back.

1  Thank ste1974
Reviewed May 29, 2018
Doolin2Arin ferries

We enjoyed our trip out to Inis Mor. The staff is very friendly and the cost was decent. The boat was older but it added to the charm of the trip.

Thank Lisa M
Reviewed May 28, 2018
Rough seas but a fantastic trip

We had a group of 6 that went out to Inis Mor for the day followed by a trip to the Cliffs. The remains of Hurricane Harvey were blowing strong on that day. The trip out and back was brisk and the sea was active...More

1  Thank Karl H
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