Back in February, I spent a couple of days in County Clare on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Now I’ve visited Clare a tonne of times in the past and this time, like every other time, I encountered the exact same problem. A monumental problem, at that.
There’s just too much stuff to do to squeeze into a tiny weekend break!
On this particular visit, however, I decided to pop a trip to Inis Oírr at the top of the list and took a ferry from Doolin (a village with an awful lot going for it) over to the smallest of Galway’s Aran Islands.
If you’re planning a visit to Inis Oírr you won’t be disappointed.
You can casually stroll around the island at your own pace or rent a bike and zip along the beautiful stone walls that wind around every corner of the island.
Hit play above to get a glimpse at what cycling around the island entails.
Howaya! Thanks for visiting the Irish road trip! This site exists to inspire and guide you on an Irish adventure that’ll give birth to a lifetime of memories (sounds very arsey altogether, I know!).