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Aran Islands Pub Tour


Just off the Connemara coast lie the three Aran Islands, Inis Mór, Inis Meáin and our favourite destination and the smallest of the islands, Inis Oírr. Flying across from Connemara Airport, you will get a birds eye view of the islands, the Connemara coastline and the Cliffs of Moher in the distance.

Inis Oírr is the home of three pubs all with their own personality and character. Included in your day will be a tour of the island on the Wanderly Wagon tractor and trailer, visiting the Father Ted Shipwreck, the underground Church and the 15th Century Castle.

As we take the ferry from the island, the joys of Connemara await as we will have time to stop off at a local pub in Connemara to enjoy what it has to offer before retuirning to the bright lights of Galway City.

Benefits of going with Connemara Pub Tours include:

  • Breathtaking scenery and unique island life
  • Famous Aran Island tradition & fun
  • No driving worries
  • Flight and Boat experience
  • Custom made itineraries available.

Aran Island Pub Tours cost from €120 per person and includes all transfers to/from Galway, Flight/Boat and Tour of the Island. A great day out that’s easy on the pocket!

Note: This tour is private and has a set minimum price for 1 to 14 people. Groups of over 14 are charged at the standard per person rate up to a maximum of 22 people.


€1680for 1 to 14 people

€120 per person

Tour vehicle departs Eyre Square, Galway. Please present 15 minutes prior to departure.

  • Aran flight
  • Aran island tour guide
  • ireland beach tour company
  • inish mor
  • connemara life
  • Inis Oírr (Inisheer) boat

Route Map

A taste of what to expect…


As you make your way on the short walk from Inis Oirr airport to Tigh Rory, our first port of call, you will get a great sense of island life. Passing by the ancient cemetery, schools and GAA pitch, you will experience how vibrant island life is on Inis Oirr. Eoin, Gráinne and family will assure you of a warm welcome as you make yourself comfortable either indoors or in their secluded outside seating area. A wide array of food and drink is on offer here with locally caught seafood served fresh daily. What better way to get a taste of Inis Oirr.


Just a stone’s throw away is Óstán Inis Oirr, the island’s hotel. Full of character with a fusion of old and new, memorabilia from times gone and from recent times fills the walls and the many locals present are only delighted to share their stories and knowledge with you.


Another short but scenic walk takes you past the sandy beach and crystal clear waters and on to Tigh Ned, our third and final stop on Inis Oirr. Both a Publican and a Fisherman, seafood is a feature of the casual dining experience here with a beer garden made almost entirely from Limestone. You will relish your time at Tigh Ned, with its views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Connemara coastline.
Heading back to the Airport aboard the Wanderly Wagon, this is an afternoon to remember!