Inishmore Transportation

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  • 1. Ferries

    Aran Island Ferries We stayed in Galway the night before arriving on Inis Mor. We bought a ticket from the office near Eyre Square (25 euros). The bus left Galway around 9am for a 10:30 ferry out of...

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  • 2. Bikes

    This bicycle hire is next to the harbour. I cannot remember anymore how much we paid, but it was eight years ago so it would be old price anyway. First I got a bike of which the gears were not...

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  • 3. Tours

    You’ll notice these as soon as you get off the ferry. It is a good option for people who are day tripping, since Inishmore is fairly large and the minibuses stop at the main sights. They can also be...

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  • 4. Walk

    If you have more time on the Islands, walking around the maze of narrow roads and tracks on the islands is one of the true pleasures of a trip to the islands....

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  • 5. Hire a Bike

    Better than any of the above suggestions is renting a bike. Cycling around the narrow roads and tracks of the islands is the best way of seeing the beautiful...

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  • 6. Getting around the island

    Traditionally the Aran Islands were car free but in recent years, cars have popped up on all three islands. However, driving is not recommended to visitors due...

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  • 7. Aer Arann

    You can also reach any of the three Aran Islands by air using the Aer Arann service from Inverin in Galway. (There are no flights from any other airport) Note...

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  • 8. Ferry from Rossaveal

    Rossaveal has been the traditional departure point of ferries to the Aran Islands and people visiting the Connaught province (Galway/Connamara, Mayo, Sligo)...

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  • 9. Ferry from Doolin

    The ferry service from Doolin in Co. Clare has improved considerably in recent years and is a convenient way to reach the islands for visitors who have been...

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  • 10. Walking or Biking Paths

    There are two major roads on the island, but lots of paths that go between the stone walls. Some paths are pretty easy to walk on, others have tall grasses that...

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