Take a mid-week Micro Adventure

Adventure is not as expensive or time-consuming as you might think. In fact, adventure is more a state of mind than anything else and something which is easily accessed at any moment in time. Take Alastair Humphrey’s for example, a renowned British Adventurer and the...

May Wishes Come True

No, not Theresa’s - she will be hoping for a landslide in early June.  We’re thinking more of the month of May, starting with the Bank Holiday weekend.  If you didn’t manage a getaway during the Easter holidays, why not head for the great outdoors now?  Specifically,...

Easter Escapes for all the Family

  #Repost @thewildatlanticway with @repostapp ・・・ Scattered along Ireland’s west coast are a myriad of islands. Hundreds are uninhabited, but on many you'll meet islanders keeping the culture and traditions of their land alive.picture by @walterbiggins #aranislands...

Sligo Glamping

From Sligo to go Glamping on the Aran Islands, if you are taking public transport you would need to get a bus to Galway City which is around 1.5 hours. In Galway City you would need to switch and get a bus to Rossaveal. The ferry companies have an inexpensive bus...

Glamping on The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s 2500km coastal touring driving/cycling route – a spectacular range of land and sea, along the scenic west of Ireland’s magestic coastline. The Aran Islands are on the Wild Atlantic Way and thus can be added to an itinerary if one...

Galway Glamping

Galway has established itself as an extremely popular tourist destination. Galway is only 1.5 hours from the Aran Islands and so when coming to Glamp or camp here you have a couple of choices. You could drive or take a bus to Rossaveal which is a village in the...

Connemara Glamping

Connemara is also a great stop for Glamping. It is next to the Aran Islands. This is a place of great beauty and can be explored before you come out to go Glamping or Camping on the Aran Islands or after you leave. Connemara has a lot of villages which include Clifden...

Doolin Glamping

It is possible to get to the Aran Islands to go Glamping from Doolin by Ferry.  Doolin is closest to Inis Oirr, the smallest of the three Aran Islands. Doolin also has boats that sail to Inis Meain and Inis Mor. You will spend a lot more time on the water and this is...

Cork Glamping

If you are coming to the Aran Islands to go Glamping or camping from Cork you can go directly. This means you would need to either drive or take public public transport to Limerick. Then from Limerick you would go to Galway and then onto Rossaveal where you can get a...

Ireland Glamping & Festivals on the Aran islands

Glamping in Ireland , and Festivals on the Aran Islands are extremely popular. Now you can experience the unique atmosphere that these bring with a Glamping experience. Here are a handful of Ireland's most intimate and entertaining festivals on the Aran Islands which...

Rare Bird on The Aran Islands

The Hudsonian Godwit which was recently spotted on Inis Mor Island. The Aran Islands have long attracted the avid Bird Watcher and when news broke out that this particular bird was on the Island people came from afar as the UK to get a sight of this very rare bird.

Sligo

From Sligo to the Aran Islands, if you are taking public transport you would need to get a bus to Galway City which is around 1.5 hours. In Galway City you would need to switch and get a bus to Rossaveal. The ferry companies have an inexpensive bus service to...

Kilkenny – Where To Eat, Drink, And Be Seen

Dublin holds the honour these days, but did you know Kilkenny was once the capital of Ireland? Ok, that was back in the 1600s but, as Alexandra Murphy finds out, the city still retains its medieval magic. Kilkenny is the perfect hybrid of old and new, city and town,...

The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s 2500km coastal touring driving/cycling route – a spectacular range of land and sea, along the scenic west of Ireland’s magestic coastline. The Aran Islands are on the Wild Atlantic Way and thus can be added to an itinerary if one...

Doolin

It is possible to get to the Aran Islands from Doolin.  Doolin is closest to Inis Oirr, the smallest of the three Aran Islands. Doolin also has boats that sail to Inis Meain and Inis Mor. You will spend a lot more time on the water and this is a consider for people as...

Limerick

From Limerick to Galway in a car takes 1 hour on a modern highway. Public transport between Galway and Limerick is roughly the same and plentiful in supply. There is a strong direct link between Limerick and Galway.Accessing the Wild Atlantic Way from LimerickThe Co....

Cork – Wild Atlantic Way

If you are coming to the Aran Islands from Cork you can go directly. This means you would need to either drive or take public public transport to Limerick. Then from Limerick you would go to Galway and then onto Rossaveal where you can get a ferry to the Aran...

Donegal – Aranmore island

View on Aranmore islands on the way back to the portCounty Donegal is a very special place on Mother Earth, I could easily imagine a part of Lord of the rings being filmed there. Walking about 15 min from the cottage along the lakes  First time I went to this...

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Take a mid-week Micro Adventure

Adventure is not as expensive or time-consuming as you might think. In fact, adventure is more a state of mind than anything else and something which is easily accessed at any moment in time. Take Alastair Humphrey’s for example, a renowned British Adventurer and the...

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10 Reasons to go Glamping in Co. Galway

Few experiences offer the same rewards as camping or glamping in Ireland. Far from bustling city and deep in the midst of the iconic Wild Atlantic Way, glamping in Galway is the perfect way to take time out of the busy world in which we live and embrace the natural...

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Why Taking Children Camping in Ireland is So Important

This relates to taking children camping in Ireland: “To me, adventure has always been to me the connections and bounds you create with people when you’re there. And you can have that anywhere.” – Bear Grylls   Taking children camping in Ireland In an era when the...

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Aran Camping Glamping is conveniently located in the center of The Wild Atlantic Way. It is accessible from both Doolin (The Cliffs of Moher) and Rossaveal (Galway / Connemara).
Sligo Galway  -  Connemara -  Doolin -  Cork

 


Aran Holiday Village Campsite and Glamping Self Catering Units are situated on Inis Mor,
the largest of the three Aran islands at the mouth of Galway Bay on the Atlantic coast of Ireland.
Inis Mor is an outstandingly beautiful island, a world heritage site renowned
for its stunning landscape and cultural heritage.

Frenchman's Beach, Kilronan, Inis Mor, The Aran Islands, County Galway
Email: arancampingglamping@gmail.com
Telephone: 086 189 5823

 

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