Arranmore is an Island on the North West coast of County Donegal.
Learn a little about the island before you visit
Arranmore is officially known by it's Irish name, Árainn Mhór
Árainn Mhór has been inhabited since prehistoric times and the promontory fort at Uilinn, which dates from about 800BC
Arranmore is the largest inhabited island off the coast of Donegal
The island is approximately 22 km2 or 8 sq mi
In Irish it was traditionally called Árainn; the adjective mór (large) was added fairly recently. It was also sometimes called Árainn Uí Dhomhnaill, 'Aran of the O'Donnells'
The island is twinned with Beaver Island, an island in northern Lake Michigan where a large number of former residents gathered after being evicted from Arranmore in the mid-1800s
Arranmore is part of the Donegal Gaeltacht and Ulster Irish (Gaeilge Uladh) is the main Irish dialect in use
Arranmore Island Co-ordinates are: 54°59′22″N 8°31′51″W
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Arranmore Ferry departs Burtonport multiple times thoughtout the day, year round.
|Travel / Smart Pass||2.00|
|Car and Driver||30.00|
|Car, Driver and 1 Adult||45.00|
|Car, Driver and 2 Adult||60.00|
|Car, Driver and 3 Adults||75.00|
|Family Ticket (Car, 2 Adult, 2 Childr.)||45.00|
|Small Van (eg. Caddy) and Driver||30.00|
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The Blue Ferry sailing between Arranmore Island and Burtonport
Blue Ferry Office, Burtonport Pier, Co. Donegal, F94 C449