A 100m climb to the island's highest point yields dramatic views over clover-covered fields to the beach and harbour. This 15th-century...
The tiny 8th- or 9th-century Church of St Gobnait is named after Gobnait, who fled here from Clare while trying to escape an enemy who...
Inisheer's large community arts centre sits out on an exposed stretch of the northern side of the island, a 15-minute walk from the...
Here since 1897, Tigh Ned is a welcoming, unpretentious place, with lively traditional music and inexpensive lunchtime fare. Tables in...
Teampall Chaoimháin information
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 tiny bluff near the Strand. On the eve of St Kevin's 14 June feast day, a mass is held here in the open air at 9pm. The sick sleep here for a night hoping to be healed.