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Rossaveel, Galway: Ferry Transfer to Inis Mór (Aran Islands)

1. Rossaveel, Galway: Ferry Transfer to Inis Mór (Aran Islands)

Prepare for a warm Irish welcome as you board the luxury vessel, which includes a full bar and refreshment service. The ferry departs daily at 10:30 AM from the sheltered fishing harbor of Rossaveel in Connemara, Galway. Sail for about 40 minutes to Inis Mór (Inishmore), located just off the coast of County Galway in the heart of Galway Bay. The largest of the Aran Islands, Inis Mór offers visitors a glimpse into a way of life that has long since disappeared from most of the world. Upon arrival at the island choose from a variety of activities. Rent a bike or hop on a bus tour with a local guide. Explore ecclesiastical ruins and prehistoric stone forts such as the world-renowned Dún Aonghasa. Enjoy live music, taste seasonal local foods, or visit the Aran Island Sweater Market. Hop back on the ferry at 5:00 PM at Kilronan Pier on Inis Mór for your journey back to Rossaveel Harbor in Connemara.

Connemara/Galway: Inis Meáin Return Ferry Transfer

2. Connemara/Galway: Inis Meáin Return Ferry Transfer

Prepare for a warm Irish welcome as you board the luxury vessels. Depart at 10:30 AM from the sheltered fishing harbor of Rossaveel in Connemara, Galway, and enjoy a full bar and refreshment service onboard. Explore Inis Meáin, the quietest and most traditional of the three islands, and learn about the island's famous traditional dresses and literary associations. Admire the maze of winding roads of wildflowers blooming and wander through the rocky hillside of the south. Make a stop at the sandy beach on the north shore and soak up its calm atmosphere.  Discover the island on a self-guided tour or hop on a mini-bus tour with a local guide to explore the karst landscape. Walk in the footsteps of John Millington Synge, the dedicated author behind  ‘Riders to the Sea’ and ‘The Playboy of the Western World’, based on Synge’s many travels to the isolated Aran Islands. Visit the Dun Fearbhai and Dun Chonchuir, the spectacular stone forts on the island dating back to the 1st - 7th centuries AD. Stop by the Inis Meáin Knitting Company and check out the now world-famous Aran Sweater, as seen on the catwalk for fashion houses.  Return to the harbor to board the ferry back to Connemara at 4:30 PM.

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