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Perched on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Dun Aonghasa is the largest of the prehistoric stone forts of the Aran Islands. It is enclosed by three massive dry-stone walls and a chevaux-de-frise consisting of blocks of limestone set...more
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Cill Mhuirbhigh | Inis Mór, Province of Connacht, Ireland
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Reviewed today via mobile

Went there for a day trip from Doolin by ferry, hired bicycle when I arrived and was cycling to Dun Aonghasa, weather wasn't great was drizzle and bit windy most of the journey but I enjoyed because was authentic. When arrived had to pay €5...More

Thank Sasha-nin
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Took a trip to the island with family (5 adults 4 children ) hired bikes cycled to Dun Aonghasa, do able cycle lots of fun. Dun Aonghasa is quite spectacular (though need to supervise kids from edges of cliffs )

Thank Josiesparkles
Reviewed 2 days ago

What an incredible spot! It IS a climb, but not too steep.....just keeps going for a bit. Once up there, it's the views that make this place so amazing! The dramatic, steep cliff drops straight down to the water. This is the view I always...More

Thank Kristi S
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Bit of a walk up from the visitor centre but well worth it. We cycled up by 10am and had the place to ourselves!

Thank Lisa T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stunning views, terrifying cliff, great history! This is a must see. If you visit Ireland this should be on your top five spots to see.

Thank Mike N
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is super busy with day trippers between 11-3 pm. If you can go outside these hours its probably a little more serene. But its still amazing and one of the best preserved forts we have seen. People right on the edge of the...More

Thank mj_grov
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was able to spend only a few hours on Inis Mor but what a wonderful place it was. Especially on a nice sunny day (which I gather is not so common here) I really wanted to sit there at the top of Dun Aonghasa...More

Thank Chuck L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Rode my bicycle there from B&B. Stunning views. UPhill walk from visitor center. No rail, fencing & few warning signs. I get it now when it is said that “The Irish believe in natural selection not litigation. Tons of history at the site. Nice beach...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well worth a visit. Spectacular views and great food nearby. Bit of a walk from the visitors center and may not be suitable for people with restricted mobility. Expect about 20 mins walk each way but we’ll worth it.

Thank ryan m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well worth a visit - great history within. If you check in advance you might get a guided tour by one of the site guides

Thank michael k
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28 June 2018|
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Response from dunaonghasa | Property representative |
Hi Micksum, If you look at Inis Mór on Googlemaps there are three roads heading east-west from Cill Rónáin towards Dún Aonghasa. The northernmost one runs along the north coast of the island and is mostly used by cyclists... More
17 November 2016|
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Response from 143usait | Reviewed this property |
When we crossed it was pretty rough, a few kids and a couple ladies threw up
10 July 2016|
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Response from ReenPA | Reviewed this property |
Take the ferry from the mainland, then choose your island touring preference, by bike, trap and pony, or island tour. The ferry is for people only, you may not bring your car to the island. We had a good weather day, so the... More