Attractions in the area include:
* unique horse drawn jaunting cars
* fresh unpolluted air
* the neolithic Dun Aonghus Fort
* the friendliness of the local population
* the traditional song and music in the local pubs
* the unique limestone walled patchwork of fields
* the warm dry island micro climate
* watch local fishermen line fishing from their traditional tar and canvas boats called "Currachs"
* local craft shops such as An Pucan
Inis Mor has been welcoming guests for many years, form the early Christian monks to todays discerning guests. Its ragged beauty, soft beaches and inspiring landscape have something to offer every guest. Its summer night sky and red sunsets are both clear and magical.
For sea lovers you can choose from boating, angling, diving or swimming. The waters are safe and crystal clear.
For land overs, walking biking, guided minibus tours, pony trekking and pony and trap hire are available to explore the wonderful coastline, landscape and ancient ruins that give Aran its unique cultural and historical perspective.
The pubs and restaurants are equally diverse, with good food, traditional Irish music and craic available throughout the season.
The island has many craft shops which sell locally produced knitwear and crafts. Such as anpucan