Today we take a trip to the Aran Islands, from Doolin,

Aran is the birthplace of the sweater worn by many the world over.

Knitted by the women on spinning wheels, designing a pattern especially for the family, if the man died at sea they would be able to tell who it was by the sweater.

Aran is also a place time has forgotten the locals move at their pace not the rest of the world, some lovely walking biking or the best treat is a ride around the Island in a horse and buggy, this island is really a beauty in the middle of the ocean, stone walls pastures scattered with sheep ruined castles a underground church, and lots of other special things.

 We spend 6 hours on the island, and then return to Doolin via the cliffs off Moher so you can see these majestic beauties from the sea.

Dancing in lisdoonvarna at night, but if you wish to spend an evening in Doolin listening to some great music, just let us know and we will arrange transport

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