Places to Visit

Dun Conchubhuir Named after Conchur, the brother of Aonghas, this magnificent oval stone fort contains a number of hut formations.

Leaba Dhiarmid is Grainne Collapsed Neolithic wedge tomb named after the tragic lovers from Irish mythology. Dun Fearbhai This stone fort dates back to the first century with a excellent views to the north of the island.

Seipeal Eoin agus Naomh Mhuire gan Smal Church erected in 1939 with beautiful stained glass windows by Harry Clarke. Teampall na Seacht Mac Ri Early Christian church; formerly a place of pilgrimage.

 

Inis Meain Ferry Times

Depart Doolin: 10:00 am (11:00 am and 1:00 pm only for overnight stays and one way trips to Inis Meain).

Depart Inis Meain to Doolin: 4:15 pm (11:45 am only for overnight stays and one way trips to Inis Meain).

Inis Meáin

The ferry crossing is about 40 minutes from Doolin Pier (one way). Inis Meáin is the least visited of the islands and yet has much to offer.

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