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Welcome to Doolin, your gateway to the Aran Islands, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren!

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  • DoolinFerries.com is family-owned and the largest ferry company operating between Doolin and the Aran Islands, and is the original Cliffs Of Moher cruise company. We have over 50 years sea-going experience in these waters, and the safety of our passengers is our top priority.

    We operate a fleet of four ships with a capacity for 332 passengers and sail from March to November.

    Explore the Aran Islands

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    The Aran Islands (Inisheer/Inis Oírr, Inishmaan/Inish Meain and Inishmor/Inis Mór) are three islands off the Clare coast where Irish spoken is on a daily basis. Many of their age-old features remain unchanged to the present day and can be explored in detail, like the famous cliff fort Dun Aengus built probably a few centuries B.C., one of four forts in Inishmor.

    Joe Wattys Inishmor Aran Islands Doolin Ferries

    There are medieval churches which have to be saved from moving sand dunes every year, lighthouses, so-called bee-hive huts and much more.

    You can explore the islands either on foot, rent a bike or bring over your own, or have a romantic horse-and-trap ride to all the nice places. There are pubs, (seasonal) cafés and restaurants on the islands, and lots of beautiful places where to have your own picnic.

    Inishmor Dun Aengus Aran Islands Doolin Ferries

    Inisheer would lend itself for a daytrip, as it is a fairly small but very interesting island. Inishmaan is slightly bigger but would still be suitable for a daytrip.

    For Inishmor, if you want to explore the big island in a bit more detail, we would recommend to stay at least for one night, if not two as there is so much to see. Of course you can go on a daytrip here as well and look at the biggest attractions.

    The Aran Islands have many interesting festivals and events throughout the year, some of which are listed on this site. We look forward to meeting you soon!

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