Doolin 2 Aran Ferries

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Doolin 2 Aran Ferries: Let them transport you to the Aran Islands, Islands which are steeped in cultural heritage and history. A richly unique part of the world, the Aran Islands are Islands of peace and tranquility. They are a step back in time, to a simpler way of life. Here you will find some of the most pristine beaches like no other. And as Doolin is the Irish music capitol of the world, it is a must see on everyones itinerary. Let us transport you to the Aran Islands, Islands which are steeped in cultural heritage and history. A richly unique part of the world, the Aran Islands are Islands of peace and tranquility. They are a step back in time, to a simpler way of life. Here you will find some of the most pristine beaches like no other. With the Island of Inis Oirr being only 30 minutes journey from Doolin, this is the shortest trip from the mainland. And as Doolin is the Irish music capitol of the world, it is a must see on everyones itinerary. Why not visit two destinations with one trip, by choosing Doolin as your point of departure to visit the Aran Islands.

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From Limerick follow the signs for Shannon airport or Ennis. Take the N18 from Limerick to Ennis. Take the N85 from Ennis to Ennistymon via Inagh. Drive straight through Ennistymon towards Lisdoonvarna on the N67. At the 2nd crossroads after the village of Kilshaney, turn left onto the R478. This road will bring you to Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher. About 2-3 miles you come to a cross roads and a Gas Station. Turn right down the hill towards the sea, passing the national school. Turn left at the next crossroads, and then take the next right. This will bring you into Fisherstreet end of Doolin and towards Doolin pier.

From Galway Take the N18 out of Galway, and turn right in the village of Kilcolgan on to the N67. Stay on the N67 passing through Ballyvaughan and then Lisdoonvarna. Drive right through Lisdoonvarna, turning right at the bottom of the hill. At the next junction (crossroads) drive straight through, taking the R478. This road will bring you to Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher. About 2-3 miles you come to a cross roads and a Gas Station. Turn right down the hill towards the sea, passing the national school. Turn left at the next crossroads, and then take the next right. This will bring you into Fisherstreet end of Doolin and towards Doolin pier.

When driving from Kerry, the quickest route is to use the ferry between Tarbert and Killimer: Shannon Ferries From Killimer, head north to Lahinch, then Liscannor You will pass by the Visitors Centre for the Cliffs of Moher. Continue on this road until you come to a crossroad junction and a Gas Station. Turn left down the hill towards the sea, passing the national school. Turn left at the next crossroads, and then take the next right. This will bring you into Fisherstreet end of Doolin and towards Doolin pier

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Address: Doolin Pier, Doolin, Co Clare, Ireland
Phone: +353 65 7075949
Email: info@doolin2aranferries.com

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