Combo: Inis Mor & Cliffs 

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Select this option to go and come back to Inis Mor in the SAME DAY and take a CLIFFS OF MOHER CRUISE on the way back to Doolin.

Inis Mor and Cliffs of Moher Cruise

This is day-trip allows you to can visit the largest island, Inis Mor and also cruise under the Cliffs of Moher in the same day. The boat sails to the cliffs following a day out on the island. The return cruise via the Cliffs of Moher is a spectacular journey below these world famous cliffs which tower over 700ft above the sea.  If you prefer, you can choose to take your cruise another day instead, that's no problem, whatever suits your travel plans, we can arrange a separate ticket for you.

Island Guide

Inis Mor is the most visited island, with up to 2,000 visitors each day during the busy summer season. The island is a lively place at night, with great Irish music and dance shows. Kilronan is the main village on the island, where the ferry boats pull in. It has several dining, shopping and accommodation options to choose from. It also has the only ATM on the islands (genuine off-shore banking!) Other villages include Killeany, south of Kilronan and Kilmurvey – close to Dun Aengus. 

Transport Options

Inis Mor has the widest variety of transport options because of its size and popularity.

Mini-bus guided tour (eg Aran Bus Tour)

Pony and trap guided tour

Hire a bicycle


Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are the crowning glory of the Clare coastline. Like a viewing platform for prehistoric giants who wish to peer over the edge of Europe, the cliffs provide an unrivaled view across the vast boiling wildness of the Atlantic Ocean, a world unchanged since the pre-Celtic masters of magic, the Tuatha Dé Danann ruled Ireland.

They form a continuous rocky wall, perpendicular or overhanging, for 8km, varying in height from 407 to 700 feet/ 124m to 214m, broken into the most fantastic forms and tunneled into innumerable caves by the action of the waves.  See the spectacular cave used in the movie Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Watch the thousands of seabirds, including Puffins as they swoop and dive into the waves, fishing for their young.



Doolin2Aran Ferries - Doolin Pier, Ballaghaline, Doolin, Co. Clare, Ireland

Tour Details

Sailing Season: Every day, mid-March to end October

Travel time from Doolin port to Inis Mor: 35 mins (direct)


The confirmation email on your mobile phone or a printout of your confirmation email

Change for Pay and Display Parking at Doolin pier: 
€1 for 2 hours
€5 for 2- 30 hours
€15 for 30 hours - 1 week

Comfortable clothing and shoes

Raincoat (just in case!)

Check in at Garrihy's Doolin2Aran Ferries office on Doolin Pier.  Look for the Crew in the blue shirts for assistance.

Historical Sites

Four Stone Forts – Dun Eochla, Dun Duchathair, Dun Eoganachta & Dun Aengus. Dun Aengus is the most famous of all the forts on the Aran Islands. This amazing fort sits perched on the highest cliffs of Inis Mor. The stone “Chevaux de Frise” at Dun Aengus is the most impressive example of it’s kind known to exist. Read our Blog for more on this impressive structure.

Churches – Na Seacht Teampaill (the Seven Churches) is near Dun Eoghanachta. This has ruins of churches which were built on the earlier site of a monastery dedicated to St. Breckan. Teampaill Bheanain (St. Benan’s Church) is close to Killeany and is supposedly the world’s smallest church.

Areas of Natural Beauty

The Worm Hole is a naturally formed rectangular pool close to the base of Dun Aengus.

Inis Mor’s Seal Colony is also worth a visit, close to the beautiful beach at Portmurvy

Transport Options
Inis Mor has excellent transport options to choose from:

Mini-bus guided tour

Pony and trap guided tour

Bicycle hire


Doolin2Aran Ferries
Doolin Pier, Ballaghaline, Doolin, Co. Clare, Ireland