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We took a ferry over for a half day on the island and rented bikes and bikes all around the island stopping for various sites, this was definitely a must for a cool stop!! Just the bike ride from the ferry stop to the ship...More
I couldn’t find anyplace to review Innis Oirr island so I’m reviewing it here. We took the ferry over from Doolin & took a horse & buggy ride around the island. It was very pleasant & our guide was a character. I noticed a dog...More
With a full belly from Teach an Tae we set off to see the Plassey wreck. A simple walk passing the islands little airport and curraghs pulled up on the shore, away from civilisation headed East. The walk itself probably took around 30 minutes once...More
We took a trip to Inisheer yesterday and took a horse ride around the island. We stopped here for a quick visit. Well worth taking a visit with a guide, you’ll get a lot of the history behind the ship. Definitely worth a visit if...More
Run aground during a storm, the rusted wreck of the Plassey, a French ship, found on the island of Innis Orr. A forty minute walk from the dock, it is worth the hike just for the scenery and stark beauty of the island!
....in addition to the sunken church, and the acres of rock walls/pastures, and of course the pub(s). In addition to viewing this wreck itself, it sits right on the shoreline, where we had fun relaxing and watching the small waves come in and feeling the...More
If you're going to visit Inis Oirr, then a hike or bike to the Plassey Wreck should be part of the plan. It is a much larger ship than I expected. Amazing to see what the elements do to steel. On the water side of...More