Food tasting and cultural tour Inishmore, Aran Islands. Private guided.

5 hours

Step off the ferry onto Inis Mór island and meet your native Irish speaking guide, who is a gifted storyteller and a national food champion. In his entertaining company, gain insights into the culture and history of this remote island on a tour that includes spectacular coastal scenery with stop offs at the World Heritage Site of Dún Aonghus, the monastic site of The Seven Churches, a seal colony viewing point and a visit to local craft village to meet the locals and see Celtic inspired crafts.

He will share his remarkable insights into the customs and traditions of an island that has been home to his ancestors for as long as time can remember.

As special foodie highlights, enjoy a seaweed tasting and foraging experience before your guide takes visitors to his goat farm to see his roaming Nubian and Saanen goats, and then gives a demonstration of how he makes his award-winning cheese that includes tasting this delicious island goat cheese.

Included

Collection by private bus from the ferry terminal/airport
Guided tour of the island by Inis Mór local guide.
Cultural and historic tour of the island with stops at historical sites.
Entrance into Dún Aonghus.
Stop off at the popular Seal Colony viewing point.
Taste the island with a tour of Aran Island’s goat cheese and a seaweed experience.
Tea & coffee at the goat’s cheese farm.
Drop off by private bus to the ferry terminal/airport.

Excluded

Gratuities
Lunch.

Perched on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic ocean, Dún Aonghasa is the largest of the prehistoric stone forts of the Aran Islands. The fort consists of three massive dry-stone walls and a chevaux-de-frise, a dense band of jagged, upright stones, surrounding the fort from cliff to cliff, designed to impede attackers. Originally constructed c.1100BC, it was re-fortified around 700-800 AD. Excavations revealed significant evidence of prehistoric metalworking, as well as several houses and burials.

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