Aran Islands - Reviews from across the web
iExplore Community: Inis Mor-Aran Islands - Galway, Ireland
Our driver took us on a tour of the island, showing us ruins of cemeteries with their Celtic crosses and beautiful island scenery. After our tour he dropped us off so we could walk up to Dun Aonghasa to see the ruins of a fortress on the top of the mountain. We arranged a time for him to pick us up ...
RealTravel - Galway and the Aran Islands | Galway Travel Blog | Galway Travel Reviews
Well I must say that Galway has been everything it was supposed to be and more. I have enjoyed my visit here and find it somewhat sad to leave. The people are more friendly than in Dublin (which is pretty friendly) the town has a very welcoming feeling to it. The place that I am staying is great. It...
Viator.com | Reviews & ratings for Scenic Flight to The Aran Islands and Galway Tour
The tour to Galway and the Aran Isles was wonderful and highly recommended. We were met at the station by one of the representatives and escorted on the train ride to Galway. The guide was wonderful and described the various locales that we passed through and stopped at. In Galway, he put us on a va...
The Aran Islands by Jeremy Seal| Travel Reviews from Travel Intelligence
The next morning, we set out to explore a world apart. We followed a track through a patchwork of fields no larger than squash courts. Most contained a sloping stone ramp the size of a double bed that fed precious rainwater into the trough at its foot. In one field a woman wearing a brightly pattern...
Review of Inis Mór, Aran Islands | Britton Blog - An American Student in Galway, Ireland
which is a brand new festival this year honoring Ireland’s favorite Aran Islands ‘residents’, Father Ted, Dougal, and Fr. Jack. I couldn’t resist, so I swiped it off the door for a cheap souvenir. The festival takes place in a few weeks and is a fundraiser complete with a con...