This tiny 8th- or 9th-century church is named after St Gobnait, who fled here from Clare while trying to escape an enemy pursuing her.
A 100m climb to the island's highest point yields dramatic views over clover-covered fields to the beach and harbour. This 15th-century...
Named for Inisheer's patron saint, who is buried close by, the roofless 10th-century Church of St Kevin and small cemetery perch on a...
The island's perfect pub hums on summer evenings (grab a table outside for the views) and supplies snacks, sandwiches, soups and seafood...
Tigh Ned information
Here since 1897, Tigh Ned is a welcoming, unpretentious place, with lively traditional music and inexpensive lunchtime fare. Tables in the garden have harbour views.