Visiting the Aran Islands

Renowned for their wild scenery, iconic knitted sweaters and attractive traditional cottages, the Gaelic-speaking Aran Islands in Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way always wow visitors.

Located 30 miles off the coast of County Galway and surrounded by the Atlantic, a cluster of three islands known as Arans are celebrated for their heritage, culture and captivating landscapes. Crossing The blue-grey sea as you travel towards them is like entering a different dimension. This land has a surprising and often harsh beauty that has attracted poets, artists, dreamers and adventurers for thousands of years.

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To reach the Aran Islands the adventure begins with a trip by ferry from either Rossaveal in County Galway or Doolin in County Clare. You can also get there by air in just 8 minutes! Island hop between the three, rent a bicycle and explore the hidden corners, ancient sites and timeless tradition. To celebrate your trip, be sure to pick up Aran Sweaters for you and the family. Click here for a Large Range Of Aran Sweaters

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From the edge of the blustery Malin Head to the relative calm and grace of Kinsale Harbour, immerse yourself in the Wild Atlantic Way on the west coast of Ireland – one of the best coastal tour routes in the world.

The WAW is an incredibly stunning route of towering cliffs and attractive, historic towns and villages, secret beaches and relaxing bays. It doesn’t matter if you complete the route in its entirety or pick and choose where to go, it will be an experience of a lifetime.


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