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Inis Oírr Island and Cliffs of Moher Cruise from Doolin

Highlights
  • Round-trip Aran Islands cruise from Doolin, including Inis Oírr and Cliffs of Moher
  • Choose to hire bikes, take a bus tour, or ride a pony trap around the island
  • Visit Inis Oírr highlights such as the Plassey Shipwreck and O’Brien’s Castle
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Inis Oírr Island and Cliffs of Moher Cruise from Doolin
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Inis Oírr Island and Cliffs of Moher Cruise from Doolin
From US$34.89
Overview
The Aran Islands are one of Ireland’s most unique destinations, but most visitors only admire them from afar. This round-trip ferry service from Doolin to Inis Oírr includes free time to explore the island independently and spectacular views of the Cliffs of Moher.
What to Expect
Make your own way to Doolin Pier in time for a 10am departure and use your prepaid ferry tickets to head straight aboard. Set sail on the around 30-minute journey to Inis Oírr, the smallest of the Aran Islands, and enjoy spectacular views across Galway Bay as you cruise out across the Atlantic.

On arrival in Inis Oírr, you’ll have a few hours to explore the island at your own pace. Perhaps hire a bike, join a mini-bus tour, or ride a pony trap (own expense) around the island, and take in sights such as O’Brien’s Castle, St. Kevin’s Church, the Plassey Shipwreck, and the Lighthouse.

Make your way back to the pier in time for the return ferry at 1.45pm and cruise back beneath the towering Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland’s most impressive natural wonders. As you glide beneath the 700-foot (214-meter) high cliffs and the Great Sea Stack (Branaunmore), look out for sea birds such as puffins, guillemots, and razorbills.

Your tour ends back at Doolin Pier around 3pm.

Please note: Ferries run daily from March to October. All sailings are weather dependent so please contact us in advance should you have any queries about sailing conditions.
Reviews (36)
1 - 5 of 32 reviews
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Why would you miss this adventure?

The trip to Inisheer was a last-minute decision and we're so glad we made it. I use a wheelchair and the crew carefully and cheerfully helped me onto and off the ramp. Many thanks. When we arrived on the island we were met by a...More

Thank imaneyman
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Must See

Bill and his son Liam were very helpful and pleasant to deal with. We took the 10 AM ferry to the first island. The boat was fast and made it to the island before the other boat even though they left first! Upon arrival we...More

Thank kate32015
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile
Wonderful

What an absolute wonderful welcome we got from Bill and his lovely wife when we visited a few weeks ago. They looked after us very well and treated us very well when taking care of us. It was a delightful trip to Inisheer on a...More

5  Thank carolineo458
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile
Great boat but crowded

The gentlemen that run the operation are professionals but there were so many customers on the boat we couldn’t really see the cliffs. A lot of pushing and shoveling on the boat line.

1  Thank Damiene N
Reviewed 11 August 2018 via mobile
Would have been a 5 star 🌟 but for the parking.

Great tour both the island and the cliffs. However if I hadn't booked in advance I would have turned around and went somewhere else. The parking facilities are appalling. We arrived half hour before the tour to allow for parking etc. We drove around and...More

1  Thank CelineGaynor
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Steve B
5 October 2018|
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Response from craig t | Reviewed this property |
We traveled to Inisheer in April 2018. We took the Doolin Ferry at 10 am. The ferry stopped at Inisheer. The ferry went on to Inishmore. It is our understanding that you can stay on Inishmore or Inisheer overnight and... More
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Martha F
13 July 2018|
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Response from Cyncon1 | Reviewed this property |
It was a perfectly calm the day we did the trip, no one seasick. It’s not that long a journey
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pamm607
28 April 2018|
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Response from craig t | Reviewed this property |
The walk is about 0.3 miles and it is uphill.
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