Ireland Glamping, In the Center of the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s famous Western Seaboard.
In Ireland, Glamping & Camping is growing. Our campsite and glamping lodges are situated on Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran islands at the mouth of Galway Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland. The Aran Islands are renowned for their stunning landscape and cultural heritage and Inis Mór is home to one of Ireland’s few World Heritage Sites.
One of Ireland’s newest purpose-built campsites is within easy walking distance of the main ferry terminal at Kilronan. Overlooking Frenchman’s beach, with panoramic views across Galway Bay towards the mountains of Connemara, it is located directly in the centre of Ireland’s western trail, The Wild Atlantic Way.
Whether you are looking for a short break or an extended family holiday we can offer you a unique Glamping experience in one of our brand new purpose built Glamping units, Clochán na Carraige.
The Aran Islands has plentiful accommodation options that suit any budget. All three Islands (Inis Mór Island, Inis Meáin Island, Inis Oírr Island) have high standard Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, Hostels as well as camping and Glamping facilities. It is wise to book in advance over the summer months when arriving by boat or flight from the Galway, or Doolin (Cliffs of Moher) area. Bed and Breakfast/Guest House accommodation can be booked by phone or via standard website booking. Renting a bike is the most popular way of getting around.
Inis Oirr (Inisheer) is the smallest of the islands is characterized by its distinctive charm. This Aran island is close to the Burren with its unusual eclectic mix of color and the Cliffs of Moher clearly visible in all its panoramic splendor. The Island itself also has the true feel of a classical isolated fishing village. From the pier you are greeted with a pristine carpeted white sandy beach facing clear crystal turquoise water and plenty of fishing boats, their nets, and fisherman returning at the end of the day with their catch.
The main village area is right next to the beach and is enclosed by a small hill with a castle and a fort at the top as if they are taking care of the islanders and its visitors. The island is 3km by 3km wide with small hills and intricate little valley’s and is easily covered by foot or by bike. The walk to the lighthouse or the shipwreck of the Plassy is a great occasion where you feel the island with its diverse landscape unfold before your eyes.
Inside the village you wil find a strong local community still adhering to the traditional Irish way of life. The island features a traditional music bar which is has a nationwide reputation for the finest music and great night out. The island also has an arts center, Aras Eanias and features the best in traditional music and art courses.
Hotel and Bed and Breakfast accommodation is available on the island. When traveling to Inis Oirr it is recommended that you would organize accommodation prior to arriving. Ferries to the Aran Islands are available from Rossaveal (leaving Galway city) all year and from Doolin (Cliffs of Moher) from April to October.
Cill Ghobnait – An Teampall Beag (The Small Church)
This little church, situated to the west of the peir, dates from the tenth century. It replaced an earlier church. Named after St. Gobnait, the defender of Ballyvourney (another Gaeltacht part of Ireland in County Cork). Before subsiding in Ballyvourney, Gobnait came to Inis Oirr from County Clare to flee from enemies. She later went on to Ballyvourney. The small church remains still possess the initial altar and outside there are a handful of unusual hollowed out stones and noboddy seems to know their purpose. closeby is one of the celebrated ‘beehive’ dry stone huts used as homes by early Christian monks. These corbel-roofed stone 'beehive huts' are referred to as clocháns.
This is one of the Aran Islands most noted prehistoric monastic sites and it's location is handily close to where the ferry enters the island. This is a stone mound named Cnoc Raithní and at a glance does not capture your imagination and one would may well miss it if not looking for it. However, it is a very significant site for the Aran Islands. A storm in 1885 uncovered the stone mound, which had previously been covered with sand. The mound was later discovered to be an ancient burial ground and important artefacts of a bronze pin and jars containing cremated human bone were found. The remains have been dated at 1500BC.
Located Just on the road to the Plassy Shipwreck Loch Mór (Big Lake) is the islands only freshwater lake. Evidence from the surround foliage suggests that the island was once covered in forrestland which is in stark contrast to the rocky barron landscape which today symbolizes the Aran Islands. The lake is perfect for one to get away and find solitudal paradise which is a unique facet of visiting the Aran Islands.
Flora & Fauna
The Aran Islands in general are typified and charactorized as an extention of the Burren and this you will find a similar repitoire of natural plants which draws peoples attention. The uniqueness of this cannot be underestimated. The plant life around these parts of Ireland combines plantlife from the Mediterranean, Arctic, Alpine and Temperate varieties. These plants grow together in one cosy ecosystem. This is remarkable and nowhere else in the world is this evident. Between May and September every year, the otherwise barren landscape of Inis Oirr is abundant with colour as these small plants begin to emerge between the grykes of the karst limestone areas and along the dry-stone walls of the island. The usual Irish native flora of harebells, scabious, red clover, oxeye dasies and saxifrage are common as well as the ‘out of place’ Arctic ‘dryas octopetala’ and Alpine ‘gentiana verna’ and ‘Minuartia verna’.
The vastness of the unique rocky landscapeof Inis Óirr, and it's uusual formations are an extremely beautiful sight. This is especially since the Aran Islands are essentially an extension of the Burren in County Clare. The cracked surface of the landscape marks resembles a grid and is termed formally as glints and grykes. The clints are the flat blocks of limestone that cover the land while grykes are the deep straight fissures which cut through the clint blocks.
The karst limestone landscape of the Aran Islands and The Burren was formed by a Glacier during the Ice-Age which cleared the land of any plant and soil material leaving the bare rock exposed. The grykes between the clints were formed by water cutting through the softer parts of the rock. This process is still ongoing and in many parts of the Burren is dissolving the rock completely.
Inis Oirr is fortunate to have a stunning beach located adjacent to the pier and on the edge of the main village. Largely uncrowded its clean sandy beach and clear, blue and unspoilt water, which is sheltered and safe is a great place for swimming.
If you stay overnight on the island you can really enjoy its peace and tranquillity. Most tourists from the mainland generally make it out for the day and leave by five o’clock in the evening. by ferry to either to either Roosaveal / Galway or to Doolin by ferry. Fishing on the island is accessible and accordingly its easy to catch an array of fish. Known as ‘currachs’ these boats are also great to fish from. They have been the staple mode of transport for the islanders for centuries and are still used daily by the island’s fishermen.
The stone walls of Inis Óirr and the Aran Islands in general are really are of the most impressive and peculiar sights on Inis Óirr. The miles and miles of stone walls define the farmers fields on the Aran Islands. They usually end up being one of decriptive features of a tourists description of their trip. The criss-cross of stone walls collectively add up to thousands of miles. The best place to gain a real perspective on the extent of the stone walls is by walking/cycling to the southern end of the island where you see nothing BUT stone walls, or a great over head view can be gained from O’Brien’s Castle.
Walking, Cycling & Map
Inis Oir is a perfect place to walk to view all of the attractions.You can also hire a bike to see of the sights. A full island walk would take at least a day.
Located west of the pier this church is also known as St Gbnait whose church at Gugan Barra, Bally vourney, county Cork is also a famous landmark of inetrest are the alter and various stone items located around the church.
The Plassy has become very much a signiture attraction of Inis Oirr and adds a wonderfully rustic view to the viewer and is a spectacular sight. It is one of those attractions you always see photo's of!!!. The Plassy is a rusty red shipwreck. The plassy is on the south Eastern border tip of the island and is a rusty shipwreck beached in the 1960’s. It forms a particularly spectacular sight and is one of them most photographed attractions on the island. The Plassy is located on the most easterly point of the island. This was formerly a cargo ship which ran onto some rocks near Inis Oirr in 1960. No lives were lost in the accident, mainly due to the bravery of the local islanders who risked their own lives in rough seas to come to the aid of the sailors on board the ship. The ship was later moved up onto the rocks by heavy seas and this is where it now rests, much to the bewilderment and surprise of many visitors to the island.
The old lighthouse is located at the highest point of the island offers spectacular 360 degree panoramic views. It is 37 meters high and opened in 1857. It is located at the most southern point of island adjacent to the Cliffs of Moher. Its beacon radiates for over 20 nautical miles and provides an important navigational and safety assistance for ships sailing along Ireland’s western coast.
The remains of this castle make a picturesque sight. Built by the O’brien family who were former rulers until the 1500’s it stands as protective aura over the island. Its also worth visiting the tower just a few meters up the hill
Tiemphall chaomha (church of St keevauns ) is surrounded by the main graveyard of the island. It has the peculiar appearance of being sunk into the ground. This reputably has a spiritual protective energy and rumours are that storms have been calmed.
Áras Éanna's facilities include a 70-seat theatre, art gallery (including space for hosting installations), café, craft workshops and a studio/apartment for the artist-in-residence. The venue has been home to a series of artists since its establishment in 2000. Áras Éanna, situated amidst the spectacular scenery of the Aran Islands, is a uniquely attractive, stress-free and relaxing conference venue in the West of Ireland, with excellent air and sea links to Galway and County Clare. The venue has full data projection facilities in its theatre, and rooms for smaller sessions. There are excellent catering facilities close at hand for lunch, and accommodation details can be obtained by contacting us. Organisations such as TG4 and Comhdháil na nOileáin have held conferences here.
TRADITIONAL BASKET-MAKING AND WEAVINGÁras Éanna has a traditional basket-making and weaving workshop. Here, visitors can see brothers Máirtín Taimín and Tomás Taimín engaged in the traditional crafts of basket-making from sally-rods and weaving on a loom, of the traditional "crios" or belt, worn by the men of the island in former times.
Being that the Island is on the edge of Galway bay the swells generated make for good surf in a really isolated area............
The New Lighthouse
The new Lighthouse is located at the Western bottom tip of the island and is adjacnt to the Cliffs of Mohar and thus providing dramatic scenery. On a clear day the cliffs feel like they are just a light swim away . The lighthouse is surrounded by cascades of matted stone fences and the area is very much isolated.
It’s easy to indulge in simple pleasures at Tig Congaile, pleasures as simple as crisp, clean sheets, and open skies, and time. Relax your shoulders and open up your senses! Take a deep breath! You can hear small birds chattering, and that distant roar is the swell and fall of the ocean. Enjoy the view through the window of the magnificent Cliffs of Moher, or get out and stroll about a verdant island, criss-crossed with stone walls and dotted with wild flowers. Leave the only trail of footprints on a clean beach, and then have the craic while you sip on a pint in a Gaeltacht pub. Do some yoga or sleep in.
You might be surprised by what you can get at the Tig Congaile Restaurant. Many people are. There is a flair to our cooking. Maybe it’s the result of our head chef’s Guatemalan roots or maybe it’s simply due to her insistent passion for food and roving curiosity. Dishes are prepared with a twist, and whether you call it fusion or progressive cuisine, the end result is tasty food. Georgina Campbell’s and Bridgestone Guides have both given us the nod for exactly that, along with a good number of our diners.
Innovative cooking isn’t all of it. Our ingredients are locally sourced, as far as we can manage while still bringing you the tastiest plate possible. Greens are grown with adherence to organic farming standards in our garden and greenhouse. Seafood, which we like to think of as our speciality, arrives in the kitchen fresh from the sea around the island. We know it is because we catch it ourselves most of the time.
And talking of the sea, that’s what you’ll be gazing out over from your table. The view is of the neighbouring island, Inis Oírr, and out towards the Cliffs of Moher, over the body of water that separates us. Out to the other side you’ll see the patchwork of fields that makes our own little island so charming. A lovely, warm fire keeps you cosy, while you share some time and a glass of French wine with your friends or your loved ones, or even while you enjoy some quiet time with yourself.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Although we do accept walk-ins for dinner, we encourage you to book before 4pm to ensure you’ll get a table.
“Ard Alainn” bed and breakfast is located in the west village of Inis Meain, the middle Island of the three Aran Islands. The bed and breakfast is owned by Sean and Maura Faherty and is Board Failte approved. Situated on the west coast of the Island and perched high up on a hill, the bed and breakfast has an excellent view over the Island and the neighboring Island “Inishmore.” It is only a few hundred yards walk to the famous “Synge’s chair” which is a secluded place along the west cliffs which enjoys a fabulous view of the sea and views of the Connemara coast. All rooms en suite. Full Irish Breakfast included.
Self accommodation (cottage rental) by Ard Alainn
This cottage is near the bed and breakfast, also has an excellent view of the ocean, was recently built, has plenty of play-space outside for children. Has all the modern conveniences including, three bedrooms, washer for cloths, fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, stove, and cupboards.
Inis Meáin Restaurant & Suites was created by Marie-Thérèse and Ruairí de Blacam with the aim of enabling guests to best experience their unique island location.
Every detail is inspired by the island and the unique way of living that is necessary in such a remote location of natural beauty.
It is an intimately private retreat run personally by Ruairí and Marie-Thérèse and a small team. Both are widely travelled and have curated their best hotel experiences into their very original hospitality offering.
Brú Radharc na Mara Hostel offers a choice of self-catering or Bed & Breakfast accommodation on Inis Oírr, the most easterly of the Aran Islands. The three Islands lie in Galway Bay off the West Coast of Ireland and can be easily accessed by ferry from Doolin, Co. Clare or Rossaveal, Co. Galway and by plane from Connemara airport.
The hostel is situated on the waters edge overlooking the Bay and neighbouring islands yet centrally located on the island with all aminities just a short walk away.
Cuirtear fáilte roimh thurasoirí ó thíortha ar fud an domhain i mBrú Radharc na Mara!
There is something for everyone to do on Inis Oírr…
– Discover the island by foot, on a pony and trap tour, a guided tour or by hiring a bicycle
– Enjoy a swim in the clear waters of the long sandy Green Coast awarded beach; lifeguard patrolled during he Summer months
– Wonder at our unique wild flowers and plants
– Buy a souvenir from the local basket makers, weavers or knitters
– Join the islanders and experience island nightlife – damhsa agus ceol agus craic go leor!
– Take a day trip to one of the other islands
– For the younger visitors we have one of the best playgrounds in Ireland here on Inis Oírr
Welcome to the smallest of the Aran islands where our lovely restaurant and B&B is situated. Built by the local Paraic Poil with his own two hands it is a great example of an Irish family home enriched with plenty of room (or rather, rooms) for those who are either looking for a bite to eat or seeking accommodation or perhaps both. Restaurant offers local produce meals and is mainly resourced from Paraic’s own vegetable fields and own herds of cattle and sheep. You’re in for a treat indeed. Céad míle fáilte – a hundred thousand welcomes!
Tigh Ruairi (Rory’s) – your ideal choice of vacation, bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation on Inis Oirr, the smallest of the Aran Islands located at the mouth of Galway Bay!
Whether you plan to visit Inis Oirr for an over-night, for a week-end or for longer, you will be sure of a warm welcome at Tigh Ruairí – a long-established, quality B&B owned by the O’Conghaile family.
• Bed & Breakfast with 20 en suite rooms • Delicious, traditional home cooking • Bar food & snacks • Sean Beár for fine music & an excellent pint • Ideal for wedding parties of 40-60 people • Catering for dinner groups • Newsagents, Grocery & Gift Shop • Broadband Internet Access
The Aran Fisherman Bed and Breakfast is located directly in the quaint fishing village of Kilronan adjacent to the port where you will watch local fisherman bringing in the days catch. The Bed and Breakfast has a tradtional Irish decor and has very comfortable bedrooms with all modern amenities.
The hotel has 22 standard en-suite bedrooms, including five magnificent Kingsize bed rooms with balconies and spectacular views of Kileaney Bay and Kilronan Harbour. All bedrooms are spacious and beautifully appointed and include facilities such as TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Trouser Press, Hair-Dryer, Tea / Coffee Making Facilities. The entire hotel is fully accessible for our disabled visitors.
Ozzing with rustic charm, this wonderful house will inspire and rejuvenate your creative energy. When visitors discover the wonderful atmosphere at the Artists Lodge Hostel, they tend not to forget it and keep coming back to relax, recharge and be creative.
With just two dorm rooms with ten beds and a small twin room, this hostel offers a rare intimacy. Your hosts Marion and Steve (a local musician) will make sure your stay is a pleasant one.
The Artists Lodge Hostel is ideally located amidst the trees of Inis Mor’s only forest, 100 metres from the bustling village of Kilronan and just 20 metres away from nightly traditional music sessions at Joe Wattie’s Bar – a favourite with the locals.
Welcome to Radharc na Ceibhe, a wonderful B&B on Inis Mór, the largest of the Aran Islands located just off the Galway Coast. The property has a panoramic view of the island and the wild Atlantic Ocean. At Radharc na Ceibhe we invite you to appreciate the relaxed pace of a unique paradise where a strong sense of culture, history and tradition is very much alive. Take a walk around the island and discover the wonderful landscape, rugged scenery and interesting flora and fauna. Your host, Noirín might even teach you how to speak a little of the native language if you’re lucky. Take a trip to the Aran Islands where modern amenities lie side by side with traditional living and a relaxed and laid back way of life.
What we offer…
This family run property consists of 5 bedrooms all of which have en-suite facilities. Each of the guestrooms is individually decorated and maintained to a high standard. Room types include a double and single room, double room, twin room and triple room – all of them have panoramic sea views. Imagine, waking up in the morning to the dawn chorus, the sound of the waves against the coast and the clean fresh and distinctive smell of the sea air. Pure Bliss!
If you have any special dietary requirements, don’t hesitate to ask as we will try our best to make your stay as pleasant and enjoyable as possible.
MaryJoe’s B&B guesthouse, Inishmore, Aran Islands. Ideally located in Kilronan village, MaryJoe’s B&B is only a 10 minute walk from the ferry and is convenient to shop, pubs and restaurants. Rooms ensuite.
Ard Einne Guesthouse has been operating for over thirty years, This family run traditional cottage style Bed and Breakfast is renowned for its friendly and relaxed atmosphere, Ideally located in a serene, quiet and scenic and part of Inis Mór, it is the perfect base to stay and explore the richness of this Island. Overlooking it very own beach with panoramic views that stretches across the Galway & Clare coastline. The guesthouse provides an ideal base to explore the island by Walking, Cycling, Bus or Pony & Trap. We would be delighted to help you plan you stay and recommend the Historical and Monastic sites to visit or to simply relaxe and enjoy the islands flora and fauna or our Island pace of life.
Ard Einne is located on the east end of the Island, 2 km from Kilronan village and 300m from Aer Arann Air field.
Located in a quiet residential area in upper Kilronan, the principal port and village of Inis Mor and set in an elevated position, with magnificent views of Galway Bay, Conamara and Co. Clare coastline. We are walking distance to restaurants, cafes, pubs, shops etc.
Inspected & Approved by Irish Tourist Board Member of Ireland West
Our self-contained cottage is adjacent to our B&B in upper Kilronan. Available for rental all yearInspected & Approved by Irish Tourist Board
Recently renovated Dormer House is centrally located in the village of Kilronan, Inis Mor, Aran Islands, County Galway, Ireland. Alice is your charming host and is more than happy to help you make the most of your trip to the Aran Islands. Just footsteps from Kilronan Pier, the bank and post office make it an ideal location to tour this truly unique and beautiful island off the Galway coast.
Ostan Inis Oirr, owned and run by the Flaherty family for 25 years. The hotel is situated close to sandy beach and pier. The 14 bedrooms include 2 large family rooms. All bedrooms are en-suite with central heating, electric blankets and hairdryers. Facilities include a Restaurant, bar and Lounge. A magnificent dining room is overlooking a castle. There is fresh local seafood with full wine and bar facilities also available on request for non residents. A Great atmosphere with traditional Irish Music and food in the Bar.
An Dun Bed and Breakfast and Restaurant, Inis Meain, Aran Islands, Co. Galway, Ireland.
An Dun is the only approved B&B on Inis Meain. Rated 4 star by Fáilte Ireland. An Dun is located in the centre of the peaceful island of Inis Meain, the middle island of the famous Aran Islands, County Galway on the west coast of Ireland.
A place of total escape from the modern world.
At An Dun we serve food in the Restaurant from our own kitchen garden on the island as well as local seafood. Owned and run by Teresa and Padraic Faherty An Dun provides a comfortable and friendly place to stay surrounded by culture, scenic views and great wholesome food.
Kilronan’s only 3 star guesthouse offers luxury and comfort twinned with traditional hospitality and service. Our aim is to offer all our guests the opportunity to relax, unwind and get away from all of life’s stressful activities.
The house is situated in a quiet area but is also less than 100 Mts. from the ferry point and from the center of the main village, Kilronan. Surrounded by clean beaches and rugged coastline, it is within walking distance of many of the lively pubs, restaurants and shops.
Island life of times past and present is reflected throughout the house combining scenic photography and art with local craft from home based cottage industries.
Pier House is the ideal place to immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere of the historic Aran Islands.
Claí Bán is situated on the historic and scenic island of Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands, west of the coast of Galway City.
Claí Bán is situated in the main village of Kilronan just a 5 minute walk from the main harbour. Claí Bán is one of the nicest B&Bs on Inis Mór, an easy five-minute, well marked walk from Kilronan’s center.
There are 6 en-suite rooms, all decorated with bright modern decor with T.V, Hairdryer and Tea/Coffee making facilities.
Most of Bedrooms have spectacular views of Galway Bay and also the Burren on a clear day. The Breakfast room is decorated in an old world style with antique artifacts.
Kelly House is situated in a natural enviroment of Green fields, with a panoramic view of Galway Bay, Connemara and Clare Coastline. Quiet scenic area close to all amenities and beaches. Ideal location for walking and cycling. Breakfast menu. Kelly’s is a family run small B&B noted for its hospitality and olf world charm. Received a Fáilte Ireland Merit Award. Kelly’s is the ideal location for exploring this beautiful island, either by walking or cycling. Horse riding available from premises. Horse & cariage tours also available from premises. Here at Kelly’s you can experience the peace and beauty of Inis Mór and enjoy some well deserved rest and relaxation. Fáilte Ui Ceallaigh Romhat.
The Man of aran thatched Cottage was built by Robert Flaherty in 1930 as a set for the movie of the same name. It is situated 6.5 kilometeres from Kilronan overlooking Kilmurvey blue flagged beach and is a twenty minute walk to dun Anghus . It has been run as a B & B for the last twenty one years by Joe and Maura Wolfe who is a qualified chef, and the menu is supplemented by a vegatable and herb garden ,
Aran Islands B&B Accommodation at Kilmurvey House, an eighteenth century stone built house situated on the beautiful and historic Aran Island of Inís Mór, off the Galway coast in Ireland.
Kilmurvey House, situated halfway along the island of Inís Mór between Kilronan and the western village of Bun Gowla, is ideal for exploring this truly unique island, no place being more than a comfortable one hour’s walk distance.
This elegant eighteenth century house, once the family home of the “Ferocious O’Flahertys” is situated four miles from the ferry port of Kilronan. It has been recently renovated to the highest standards while keeping the old style charm of the house.
There are 12 en-suite rooms and all rooms are tastefully decorated and have direct dial telephone.
A warm, friendly, family run b&b in a quiet scenic area. Near all amenities, 5 minutes from centre of village, Irish Welcome Merit Award 2004. Family run House with all rooms ensuite, tea/coffee facilities in rooms. 5-7 minutes walk from the pier, and we arrange tours for you.
Friendly Irish speaking home. Panoramic views of Connemara nad the 12 pinns and is located near village and beach yet is secluded and peaceful. Ideal for relaxing in the comfortable lounge and exploring local sites and monuments and learning the Gaelic language.
Mainistir house is the Aran Islands premier hostel. It is cool, quirky, has a nice atmosphere, a first class menu, freshly baked scones, magazines, and a first class Aran Island View. Inishmore Island is the largest of 3 islands, and most popular with visitors because of a large array of activities and sights to visit. Yet the island still retains it’s mystery.
Kilronan Hostel is just 2 minutes’ walk from Kilronan Pier on Inish Mor, the largest of the Aran Islands, Unlike other hostels on the island, this one is only 2 minutes from the pier and can be seen straight away when you get off the ferry.
so you will wake up to the sound of the waves crashing on the beach, as well as spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean from your bedroom window.
At our hostel, comfort and cleanliness are our priorities. We have small dorms, all ensuite, meaning you can stay in comfort at a very reasonable price. There is a spacious and well-equipped kitchen which is open all day for your use, as well as a TV room
DIRECTIONS: Kilronan Hostel is just 2 minutes’ walk from Kilronan Pier on Inish Mor,
Tigh Fitz is a family run, 3 star guesthouse in Killeany, Inis Mor, Aran Islands, Co. Galway, Ireland.
We offer luxurious accommodation in this unspoiled area of the Aran Islands. Tigh Fitz is unique in its situation, spaciousness and proximity to two beaches and areas of archeological and historical remains. In this area are the famed tall cliffs of Aran and the magnificent prehistoric forts.
Tigh Fitz is 1.6km from the island capital Kilronan and close to the Aer Arann airstrip.
The Aran Islands are located in the center of the Wild Atlantic Way. It is Accessible from Rossavel (Connemara & Galway). The Aran Islands are also accessible from Doolin which is close to the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare.