Inishbofin Island

  1. Inisbofin Self-Catering

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    Available to rent throughout the year, Inisbofin Self-Catering is a four-star self-catering house located on Inishbofin, County Galway. The perfect place to escape it all, the cottage can sleep up to seven people and includes all modern convenience. Read more

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  2. Inishbofin Summer School

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    Inishbofin Summer School includes a week-long exploration of the wonderful island of Inishbofin in the company of a multi-disciplined team that includes botanists, marine biologists, musicians and archaeologists. Read more

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  3. Inishbofin Heritage Museum & Gift Shop

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    Inishbofin Heritage Museum tells of the history and day to day life of inhabitants on this beautiful island, situated seven miles off the Galway coast. Read more

  4. The Shepherd's Hut Craft Shop

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    The Shepherd's Hut Craft Shop on Inishbofin Island in County Galway sells a range of tastefully handcrafted giftware including ceramics/pottery, glassware, marine based artwork, handmade soap, and cards. Read more

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  5. Dumhach Green Coast Beach 2018

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    Dumhach Beach is located on south eastern shore of Inishbofin Island. Its long sandy beach with sand dunes provides beautiful sun bathing areas. Read more

  6. East End Inisbofin Green Coast Beach 2018

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    East End Bay is located on the island of Inishbofin which is situated off the North West coast off Connemara. Read more

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  7. Inishbofin Blueway, Inishbofin Island

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    Accessible by ferry, Inishbofin is a vibrant island with a range of accommodation and dining options and a variety of walking and cycling trails. Read more

  8. Inis Bó Finne (Inishbofin Island)

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    For over 6000 years Inishbofin Island, 11km of the Galway coast, has been favoured by fishermen, farmers, exiled monks and fugitive pirates; and more recently is home to some of the best traditional Irish music and craic you are likely to find. Read more