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Cead Mile Failte Located in the heart of Galway Bay, the Aran Islands offer visitors a glimpse into a way of life that has long since disappeared from most of the country. The Islands' raw beauty and charm leaves visitors longing to return again and again. While the South - West coast of the island battles with the Atlantic, the North - East coast offers smooth passage for visitors between the mainland at Ros a' Mhíl and the Islands.

Ariel View of the Cliffs Dry stone walls Dun Aengus Sean Ceibh Our ferry Dun Aengus promontory fort Horse and Trap Lighthouse at Sunset St John's Flowers High point over Killeaney Dun Eoghanachta

The Islands seem to defy their size by all they have to offer: breath-taking scenery, ecclesiastical ruins from early Christian times, medieval castles, cliffs, prehistoric stone forts (including the famous Dn Aonghasa (Dun Aengus) ring fort), sandy beaches, clean air, unique flora and fauna and a rich folklore that the islanders are proud to recount.

Please see important information about wheelchair access to our ferries.

Lonnaithe i gcroílár Chuan na Gaillimhe, tugann Oileáin Árann léargas do chuairteoirí ar bhealach saoil nach bhfuil le féiceáil in aon áit eile sa tír. Fágann áilleacht agus draíocht na n-oileáin cuairteoirí ag iarraidh filleadh ar ais arís 's arís eile. Bíonn cósta thiar theas an oileáin i gcoimhlint leis an Atlantach ach tugann an cósta thoir thuaidh foscadh i gcomhair an turas idir an mórthír agus na h-oileáin.