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If you are coming to the Aran Islands from Belfast either by car or public transport, it is advisable to go first to Dublin and then cut accross east to west to Galway.

Public transport services between Belfast and Dublin and Dublin and Galway are very frequent and affordable. If you are coming by the car the motorway is excellent. You take the M1 highway route from Belfast to Dublin and the M4 and 6 to Galway. Then you have to drive out to Rossaveal which is another 1 hour. If you do not have a car there is a connecting from Galway with the Ferry company.

TOP TEN THINGS TO DO

TOP TEN THINGS TO DO

TOP TEN THINGS TO DO

TOP TEN THINGS TO DO

TOP TEN THINGS TO DO

TOP TEN THINGS TO DO

The island of Inis Mór (Inishmore) meaning the big island, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland.  It is Well known internationally with over 50 different monuments of Christian, pre Christian and Celtic mythological heritage. There isn’t far you can go before being somewhere where there’s something of historical interest and little reason to question its importance in modern Irish Culture. The main monuments are listed in the attractions. If you wish to have a mor thorough investigation of the island then checkout the Aran Islands history section which lists a more comprehensive list of sights.

Hotel and Bed and Breakfast accommodation is available on the island as well as Bike Rental or Bike hire. When travelling to Inis Mór it is recommended that you would organise accommodation prior to arriving. Ferries to the Aran Islands  are available from Rossaveal (leaving Galway city) all year and from Doolin (Cliffs of Moher) from April to October.