Our Aran Island Maps will show you the top places to see on the Islands, where to eat and drink, and arrival locations. Before your next trip to the Aran Islands be sure to bring along your guide map. Choose from Inis Mor (Inishmore), Inis Oirr (Inisheer) or Inis Meain (Inishmaan), download your map and go.
The Cliffs of Moher Ireland are one of Ireland’s most popular visitor attractions. But until you see them from the ferry, you haven’t really seen them at all! These amazing sea cliffs are named from the ancient Gaelic word ‘Mothar’ (Moher) which means ruined fort.
On our cruise you can see the Great Sea Stack, the cave from ‘Harry Potter’, and more. Don’t forget your cameras!
Doolin, Ireland is a beautiful seaside village in County Clare. With amazing scenery in all directions and close location to the Cliffs of Moher and Aran Islands it’s ideal for a day trip, overnight, or extended stay. This is one of the best places to visit on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Doolin is located less than one hour from Shannon Airport and 1.5 hours from both Galway and Limerick City Centres. You can enjoy all the benefits of the charming West Coast of Ireland without ever being too far away. Visit the Doolin Tourism website for more about Doolin.
Great experience heading over to Inisheer. Couldn't fault them, very fast crossing and extremely helpful with boarding & alighting with bikes etc. Will definitely travel again with them to...
Super day out on Inis Oir & amazing views & info of the cliffs on the return.
Went on a trip to the cliffs of moher and Inis Oírr thís week. Enjoyed it immensely. The staff at the office were so friendly and helpful especially Liam...
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Boat Tour of the Year 2021 Ireland Doolin Ferry Company is delighted to announce that we have won not one, but two, Travel & Tourism awards this year. ‘Boat...
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‘Ferry Christmas’ from Doolin Ferry Co. We are delighted to launch our first EVER Aran Islands Christmas gift! 2020 was a strange year and we missed so many faces...