Enjoy a day trip to the Aran Island of Inis Mór on a return sailing with Bill O'Brien Doolin Ferry Company.
Where is Inis Mór / Inishmore?
Inis Mor (Inishmore) means the ‘Big Island’, and it is the largest of the Aran Islands - a group of three Islands located in Galway Bay off the west coast of Ireland.
How do you get to Inis Mór?
You take the ferry from the pier in Doolin, County Clare. The ferry journey is only 35 minutes from Doolin to Inis Mor. The ferry is run by local business Bill O'Brien Doolin Ferry Company.
What can your group expect on Inis Mór?
Once you arrive on Inis Mór, an island steeped in Ireland's language, culture and history, there are plenty of things to do.
- Explore one of many the beautiful beaches
- Wander through the patchwork fields and enjoy a picnic
- Chat with and get to know the friendly and welcoming locals
- Climb the cliffs to Dun Aengus, a prehistoric fort & important archaeological site
At just 14 kilometres long, despite its name, Inis Mór isn’t that big! So, hire a bicycle to explore the whole island.
The sweeping views of the rugged landscape are simply breathtaking; totally Insta-worthy.
Here are some of the sample timings for your group trip to Inis Mór:
9.30 hrs — check-in for your ferry departure at Doolin Pier
(If staying at Sleepzone Burren hostel, please allow 20 minutes to reach Doolin Pier by coach.)
10.00 hrs — morning sailing from Doolin Pier
10.35 hrs — arrive at Inis Mór
15.30 hrs — check-in for your ferry departure from Inis Mór
16.00 hrs — return sailing from Inis Mór
16.35 hrs — arrive at Doolin Pier
Daily from Doolin Pier at 10.00 hrs and 14.30 hrs - 1 April to early November
Daily from Inis Mór at 10.45 hrs and 16.00 hrs - 1 April to early November
Ferry crossing takes 35 minutes and whole day including the time on the Island can take up to 8 hours.
Notes for Group Leaders:
CGH can book a coach to bring your group there and back.