The Doolin Food Tour is a small group tour which brings you on a journey around Doolin and the surrounding areas. You will get to meet world class producers, taste delicious seafood & locally brewed beer.
Aran Island Tour – Day Trip to Inisheer From Doolin
Day Trip to Inisheer from Doolin
- Adult + booking fee | Ages 12+
- Child + booking fee | Ages 8-11
- Private Tour + booking fee
Experience the Aran Islands!
This Day Trip to Inisheer (Inis Oirr) is the best, stress-free way to experience the Aran Islands. Your ferry, bike rental, and tea & scones with a local islander are all taken care of. All you have to do is enjoy the beautiful Inisheer.
Inisheer is the smallest of the 3 Aran Islands. It’s located off the coast of Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher.
Your tour begins at Doolin Pier. There, you will meet your guide for the first time. Your guide will have everything organized for you so all you have to do is relax.
The boat journey to Inisheer is 15 minutes long. It’s filled with spectacular views and lots of people often see dolphins who like to swim next to the boats. As you step onto the Island, you will immediately grasp what Island life is all about. You will see horses, local farmers. You will hear Irish (or Gaelic) being spoken by the locals and you will smell the freshest air the Atlantic Ocean can provide.
Time to tour the Island by bike! No waiting in line, your guide will have your bike rental taken care of. Your expert guide will show you around the Island. You will experience sunken graveyards, shipwrecks, castles, and much more.
In peak season, finding a restaurant to sit down and eat in can be difficult. After your guided tour, your guide will bring you to a local cafe where the cafe owner, Una will have tea/coffee and scones (very popular sweet bread served with jam and cream.).
Afterward, you can enjoy your free time on the Island. People use this time to go to the pub for a pint, visit the playground with the kids, or simply chill on the beach! You will meet your guide back at the pier to board the ferry back to Doolin.