Aran Islands Goats Cheese Announces New Aran Food Tours

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Aran Islands Goats Cheese is launching its new food tour on Inis Mór for autumn 2021.

Native islander and goats cheese producer Gabriel Faherty will lead the tour. It features a visit to the cheese production plant, a tasting at the Aran Goats Cheese Farm, and an experience at Bláth na Mara, a hand-harvested seaweed producer.

Mr Faherty said: “As an Island native, I know every inch of this island, its history, geography, stories and of course its food, drink, people and traditions. I love sharing these stories with visitors from all over Ireland and the world.”

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Gabriel Faherty guiding a tour on Aran Islands. Image by Julia Dunin Photography

Available year round, Aran Island Ferries docks at Kilronan Pier, where visitors will be picked up for the tour.

Aine Mc Loughlin, Marketing Manager at Aran Island Ferries said: “This latest addition of the Aran Food Tours compliments the world renowned historical sites of Dún Aengus Cliffs, the Seven Churches and the traditional tours available for many decades which showcase the beauty, culture, language and traditions unique to island life on the Aran Islands.”

The Aran Food Tours are now available to book online, for either full or half day tours.

  • Full day (five hours)
    Adult – €70
    Child – €50
  • Half day (two and a half hours)
    Adult – €35
    Child – €30
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Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly is a travel journalist for travel2ireland, ITTN and TravelTimes. With a background in arts, culture and lifestyle, Ava has a keen eye for the most visit-worthy destinations and all their attractions.

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