The Áras Éanna is an Arts & Heritage Centre. The centre contains a 75 seater theatre/cinema, two art galleries, a cafe, and is housed in a renovated weaving factory. The centre offers various workshops and concerts. Tickets to these events usually sell out fast so be sure to be on top of the line-ups! Visit www.araseanna.ie.
The Plassy Shipwreck
This ship is made famous in the opening credits of The BBC Series, “Father Ted”. The freighter was washed ashore in 1960.
O Brien’s Castle
15th century castle built on top of the high point of the island within a cashel (Dún Formna). Superb views!
You can read more about the last Open Day at the Inisheer Lighthouse.
10th century church located within the graveyard. St. Caomhan is the patron of Inisheer.
Small 9th century church.
The holy well of St. Enda, Patron of Aran.
Bronze age tumulus (mould) dating from 2000B.C.
Inis Oírr Beach (An Trá)
Upon arriving at Inisheer you will be greeted by a pristine beach to your left. In the summer months, this spot resembles more the Carribean than Ireland! A definite favourite of ours.
See the full Aran Island Ferries timetable.
Great tour of the Cliffs of Moher.
An one hour boat trip close to Moher Cliffs, really not so expensive, but so many memories.
Easy to book, and a lovely cruise in front of the cliffs. Comfortable boat with an informed crew. Tickets bought online should mention to head straight to the pier.