Cleasathon-Inis OírrEnglish Version Irish Version

                                                              Reaching Your Destination

Fly to Inis Oírr with:        

Aer Arann                      
Tel: +353 (0)91 593034                                                                      
The airport is located in Indreabhán, 30 km west of Galway City, past An Spidéal along the coast road. Flights run daily, with a frequency of up to 25 flights per day during peak season. The flight time is less than 10 minutes.


Travel by Ferry from Ros an Mhíl to Inis Oírr with:                           

Aran Island Ferries                                                                                          
Tel: +353 (0)91 572050                                                                     


Ros an Mhíl lies in Connemara, 40 km west of Galway City, past An Spidéal along the coast road. The ferry journey to Inis Oírr takes approximately 1 hour. This ferry operates daily all year round and is served by a shuttle bus to and from Galway City.


Travel by Ferry from Doolin to Inis Oírr:  

You can travel by ferry to Inis Oírr from Doolin on the north coast of County Clare.The ferry journey takes approximately 40 minutes. Ferries sail daily (weather permitting) from March - October. It is advisable to contact the ferry companies below prior to travelling to confirm sailing.

O Brien Line  

Tel: +353 (0)65 7075555                                                                                                                                                                



 Doolin2AranFerries                                                                                                                                        Tel: +353 (0)65 7075949  



Transport on Inis Oírr

Síob an Phobail

Tel: +353 (0)9975979 / 0872298039                                                                                                 


Inis Oírr’s public bus Síob an Phobail operates seven days a week all year round. It also serves the Ros an Mhíl ferry.