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Mindblowing and Mindfull...

Sat for the day some years ago waiting for the gyser-esque happening....the day was special , even... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2017
joecoughlan
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Galway, Ireland
Good fun for the family.

Great crack when your running around the blowholes with your kids while playing chicken, but make... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2015
ciaran101267
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County Dublin, Ireland
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22 Apr 2017
“Mindblowing and Mindfull...”
21 Jul 2015
“Good fun for the family.”
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Reviewed 22 April 2017

Sat for the day some years ago waiting for the gyser-esque happening....the day was special , even in the waiting...

1  Thank joecoughlan
Reviewed 21 July 2015

Great crack when your running around the blowholes with your kids while playing chicken, but make sure to bring a rain jacket.

Thank ciaran101267
Reviewed 5 October 2014

After scrambling around for a good hour over walls and through brambles I finally gave up all hope of locating the blow holes and decided to pick sloe berries instead. This was a much better idea as I now have some sloe gin maturing in...More

2  Thank Rebecca217
Reviewed 29 August 2012

Kids loved the excitement of the boat over to Innisbofin even if coming back it was a little choppy and sea water slopping over the sides a little disconcerting, though the younger members of the party didn't think so! We followed the well sign-posted purple...More

1  Thank Debbie K
Reviewed 1 March 2011

There are several Blow Holes or Puffing Holes on the east end of the island passed the village of Kill Einne. These are formed by the waves undercutting the base of the cliff and over centuries eroding it to form a hole. These Blow Holes...More

7  Thank Lollymcd
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