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Bus Eireann launches new joint ferry service exploring the Wild Atlantic Way

Bus Eireann has launched a new service in partnership with Doolin Ferry Company for people to explore the Wild Atlantic Way.

The new Route 350 which operates from Galway offers a combined bus and ferry service exploring the sights of the Wild Atlantic Way with tour of the Cliffs of Moher or a day ticket out to Inis Oírr.

Customers can avail of two combined ticket options which each cost €38.50 for both the bus ticket and either a 1-hour ferry tour of the Cliffs or a trip out to Inis Oírr.

The bus route also offers a regular service from Galway, through Doolin and on to Ennis that runs up to six times daily.

Bus Eireann describe the new route as a “great value day trip option to visit Ireland’s most popular tours destinations along the very popular Wild Atlantic Way.”

Tickets can be purchased aboard the bus or from the Travel Centre in Eyre Square.

The full timetable for Route 350 and all stops along the way can be found on www.buseireann.ie.

Brian Connolly, Regional Operations Manager said this magnificent and scenic bus route” is a great way to explore the Wild Atlantic Way.

“Whether you’re surfing in Lahinch, walking in the Burren or camping in Doolin, the Route 350 caters for all your leisure needs.”

“The bus route incorporates the Cliffs of Moher, which is a natural masterpiece must see, and also travels along the Clare coast, which stretches from buzzing Galway along the coast to the lovely towns of Kinvara, Ballyvaughan, Doolin Lahinch, and Ennis.”

 

Update: This article previously misidentified the ferry company participating as Doolin Ferries.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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