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Best wear a wide brimmed hat and don’t look up! The island has its own awe-inspiring shape that may have inspired Disney. It is possible, though difficult, and certainly pointless, to effect a landing there.

West of a line from the NW tip to the SE tip, the entire island is a desert of prickly sand dunes. View the remarkably located schoolhouse to west. Apparently none of the islanders wanted it closer to the village as the land was too valuable to them. Winter storm waves rolled across much of the west side. Thus the better land in the middle and east was too valuable to sell for a school.

Small groups welcome, large groups less so. Beware of flying golf balls when crossing to the slip as you’re on the 18th fairway and the golfers are unsighted at that point. The best boating is at the NE corner, where one may explore attractive narrow channels and caves. A distinctive cave called locally “An Chat” is worth finding.

Parking for a dozen cars with concrete slip at west end of town, just as the main street turns sharply up and north. A sheltered sandy beach with plenty of parking and a reasonable carry. Tramore is a lovely tourist town and Tramore Bay is a “beach break” surfing paradise. The beach surfs well in SWs, which makes it one of gthe more dependable locations in the country.

Usually they anchored at that point but many were short on anchors. There is ample parking at the south end of Rossbeigh Beach. However, there is a height barrier restriction that will not allow access for vans or campers which will have to park on roadside or at the local pub across the road. Rossbeigh beach surfs frequently so an approach from within Glenbeigh or Cromane Harbours may be considered. Landings can be made along all sides of the island but care should be taken at times of low water as the northern and western sides dry out.

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Note Dun Connor (Dún Chonchúir), which is one of the finest, complete ring forts in existence, oval in shape. The church was built in 1939 has an altar made by stonemason James Pearse, father of Patrick Pearse, 1916 Rising leader. Rock climbing on Inishmaan has developed since about 2001. On Inisheer there are provisions, pubs, music, hostel, airport, ferry, B&Bs, castles, ring forts, pretty scenery, nice walks, and has antiquities by the score. Saint Caban’s Church is now practically engulfed in sand. On 14 June each year the sand is cleared away and the islanders pray through the night by candle-light.

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The quays and bays of the south and east are more isolated from each other. A most attractive pub, Tí Antaine Laoi, in the SW at the Lettermullan Bridge serves excellent seafood. Tides flood north round both sides of the island meeting in a lagoon trapped between it and Lettermore. Greatman’s Bay is the smallest of the three island strewn bays on the south-facing Galway coast. Greatman’s is bounded by the Carraroe – An Ceathrú Rua peninsula to the east and Gorumna Island and Lettermore Island to the west.

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No one until recently has possessed the appetite. Access is of itself committing, whether by floating past Tourneady Point to the north, or, for the climbs immediately at the lighthouse only, by abseil. The island remained the administrative capital of the region for a century. A channel to the nearby mainland was dredged out, so that Burtonport became eventually more important and took over the marine industry hereabouts. Nowadays there are holiday homes on all these inner islands. In 2003 a marina for pleasure yachts has been planned, but lack of funds has frustrated progress.

You should always be you, and if a person is trying to change you, then they are not the one for you. Tor Beg is the most northerly possible landing in Ireland, save Rockall. Land on the more sheltered south side, where the rock is less steep. Tor More is the biggest of a group of isolated rocky islets, skerries and sea stacks called the Tor Rocks, 1.5km NW of Inishtrahull, all consisting of the same rock type. Tides run very strongly in the sound between the Tor Rocks and Inishtrahull and indeed through the gaps and channels amongst the smaller rocks and skerries -hereabouts.

It is far easier to force a landing, perhaps by swimming, further east, but from this point it is far more challenging to summit. Certainly, a pair of rock boots, a rope and a few karabiners would be useful. The slabs hereabouts may not be technically difficult, but they are not safe in wet kayaking gear. To avoid serious upset, land only at the official landing point, midway on the north side V , in a shallow cove. There is a stony beach at LW, and otherwise a slip.

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2km offshore at this north end of the bay is the shallow Frazer Bank, which has an enormous effect upon the flood tide. One branch of the tide flows in a curve close along inshore and veers eastwards to meet the main tide flooding northwards in the direction of Dalkey Island and the Muglins. The two streams collide just SE of Dalkey Island. A severe dose of bumpy water is thus set up. The spot is infamous, with wild but somewhat controlled conditions. Landing is easiest onto a small sandy beach on the NW corner.

A large exterior island, there are two permanent and two holiday homes in the sheltered bay on the east facing side. Here there is an excellent new pier and pontoon. In June 2012, only some of the islands were inhabited, and no water was found on any uninhabited ones. Collan More, and Island More / Knocky Cahillaun are the largest.

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