Cruise by Aran Islands

Beautiful view of the Inis Mór cliffs on a cloudy day
Beautiful view of the Inis Mór cliffs on a cloudy day

Amongst the last remaining regions to truly maintain the most authentic Irish culture, heritage and traditional way of life, the Aran Islands are famed for fascinating people who visit from around the world every year, including countless writers, poets and artists who have, over many centuries, been inspired by the wild scenery and rural nature of these remarkable lands.

A trio of islands, the Aran’s comprise of Inis Mór, the largest of the three, Inis Meáin – the ‘middle one’ – and Inis Oírr, each unique in their size, shape and with distinctive landscapes, but linked by ancient sites and the criss-cross, quintessentially-western-Irish stone walls that they all feature. Sailing by, you’ll be captivated by the island’s scenes, taking in views of wave-carved craggy coastlines, historic landmarks and emerald green, patchwork-quilt-like countryside.  

Cruises to Cruise by Aran Islands

Fanad Head Lighthouse County Donegal Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay Fanad Head Lighthouse County Donegal Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay Fanad Head Lighthouse County Donegal Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay

Scenic Isles, Irish Loughs & Cities • M2312

 Southampton
Braemar
Sun 28 May 2023
10 nights
  • An immersive delve into the beauty, rich culture and history of the ‘Emerald Isle’
  • Experience scenic cruising of glacial waterways, see mighty cliffs and more
  • Explore Irish folklore; links to Titanic; visit the home of Guinness; and even kiss the Blarney Stone