Explore The Coast

Explore The Coast

The rugged Atlantic Coast of the Geopark offers caves and inlets, sea stacks and dramatic cliffs along with stunning views of the Aran Islands and Galway Bay.

Doolin2Aran_HookerDoolin2Aran Ferries Take a ferry with us to the Aran Islands and experience the culture of island life. For a day to remember, you can also choose to combine this with a cruise back by the world-famous Cliffs of Moher.

T. +353 (0)65 707 5949 E. info@doolin2aranferries.com W. www.doolin2aranferries.com Open: March-October Location: Tourist Information Office, Hotel Doolin & Doolin Pier

Doolin Ferry Company

Doolin Ferry Company Ferry yourself away to the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher. Journey to Ireland’s traditional past and enjoy breath-taking views of Ireland’s most famous cliffs with Bill O’Brien and his master Sea Captains and crew. Witness the migrating sea birds nest and feed their young.

T. +353 (0)65 707 5555 E. sales@doolinferry.com W. www.doolinferry.com Location: Kiosk on Doolin Pier Open: March-October

Cliffs of Moher Standing at 200 metres above the ocean and running for over eight kilometres the Cliffs of Moher are breath-taking. Visit the Atlantic Edge Exhibition, take a walk on the cliff path and see the gothic style 19th century O’Briens Tower.

T. +353 (0)65 708 6141 E. info@cliffsofmoher.ie W. www.cliffsofmoher.ie Open: Year-round

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