There are some places that can only be fully appreciated on foot and Inis Mór is one such place. Wizened by time and sculpted by the hands of innumerable generations, they are full of coloured pattern and light and possess a charm that is unsullied and unique.
The Island landscape with its unusual rock formations, fascinating archaeology and renowned flora and fauna, provides a sometimes challenging, and always spectacular terrain to explore. This scenery continues to fascinate visitors and makes its investigation on foot so compelling. Walking about the by-ways of Aran, experiencing its barren rocks, shorn cliffs and rough seas so enchants that it cries out and captivates your soul. It’s an opportunity for a day or a week to breathe in the ‘Wild Atlantic Coastal Air’ and get refreshed and re-invigorated.
Bus to our centre and walk or cycle off the beaten track! Whether you are a novice or an experienced cyclist it would be hard to find a more beautiful part of Ireland to explore. You will enjoy a variety of routes and breathtaking views along the way.
You will receive personal insights into the local area, its history, culture, flora and fauna. The cycle will be unique and memorable with a guide at hand.
Canoeing & Swimming at our blue flag beach.
Horse trekking: Pony trekking and Horse riding can allow you trek in a quiet part of the Island with outstanding beauty and wildlife. Travelling by Pony and cart or Horse and carriage can also be organised.
Fishing: Reef fishing at the foot of Dún Aonghasa for mackerel and pollock can an Aran Activity Holiday to remember as well as Sea-Angling.
Island Farming: learn about Island farming and how the Island was self-sufficient in food for centuries. Feed the goats or walk the donkey.
Knitting: The Island is famous for the Aran Jumper and learn some new skills when you come to Inis Mór.